Autumn 2021 edition highlights
The autumn issue of National Trust Magazine brings together all that makes the season special with the Trust. We hope it will inspire you to head outdoors and take joy from the beautiful colours and bright frosty days, or to snuggle up at home with a seasonal recipe and a good book.
Autumn is a magical time to explore woodlands. Bushcraft expert Ray Mears shares his special lifelong connection with forests, and why we need to look after them for future generations to enjoy. Discover some of the best places around the country for a refreshing stomp through the trees and take in the glorious changing colours.
Elsewhere, you can find out how the Trust is joining the global fight against climate change and the ways our places are finding innovative solutions to adapt for the future – plus how you can play your part.
Four Trust curators share insights into their favourite artworks from a new book, 100 Paintings from the Collections of the National Trust, which brings together the best of the Trust’s world-class collection.
Finally, enjoy the season’s rich harvest in a celebration of fruiting trees and their more unusual produce, from purple damsons to golden quince. Development Chef Clive Goudercourt gives the member-favourite strawberry square recipe an autumnal twist with juicy, seasonal plums, as well as sharing a warming recipe for poached pears.
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