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Attingham Park, the National Trust property on the outskirts of Shrewsbury is bringing a touch of magic and Christmas sparkle to the outdoors this December.
Visitors to Attingham Park, the National Trust property on the outskirts of Shrewsbury are being encouraged to enjoy a Tree-mendous visit and enjoy the great outdoors this autumn.
Volunteer knitters are being sought to create some autumn inspired woollen creatures for Attingham Park's annual ‘Woollen Woods’ display.
A free Shuttle Bus Service around Church Stretton and into Carding Mill Valley will launch today to help the town manage the volume of visitors arriving by car.
The National Trust is to reopen Attingham Park near Shrewsbury from June 3 as part of its phased reopening of its gardens and parklands in England and Northern Ireland.
The Director General of the National Trust, Hilary McGrady, has today called for people across the UK to stay at home this Easter as part of the national collective effort to halt the spread of the coronavirus.
‘Jog Off Your Jumper’ will once again be returning to a wintery Attingham Park, the National Trust property on the outskirts of Shrewsbury.
Members of the Shropshire Federation WI have painted commemorative pictures onto stones at a series of workshops as an act of remembrance.
National Trust rangers in Shropshire share how they look after wildlife in the winter – and how you can too
With the clocks set to go back this weekend, teams at National Trust properties across Shropshire are preparing the grounds in their care for winter – and are encouraging locals to do the same in their own gardens!
A new monthly 10k trail run is being launched by the National Trust on the Dudmaston Estate, near Bridgnorth.
A new display of wildlife and landscape photos from award-winning Shropshire photographer Andrew Fusek Peters are on display at the National Trust's Carding Mill Valley Chalet Pavilion Tea-room.
The Long Mynd is suffering due to climate change as the impact of last year’s hot weather and increased pest activity has turned acres of heather from glorious purple to a muddy brown.