Summer 2021 edition highlights
The summer issue of National Trust Magazine lands as the boughs of the natural world are bursting with life and we hope it will inspire you to enjoy all that summer has to offer across the Trust.
Escaping into a garden is one of the true joys of the season, whether you’re soaking in the atmosphere at a Trust garden or pottering with plants in your own. Rebecca Bevan, author of new Trust book ‘School of Gardening’, explains how to identify the spirit of a garden and bring it to life in your own space.
Elsewhere, you can read reflections from Director-General Hilary McGrady and find out what has been going on behind the scenes at the Trust over the last few months.
We also share how some of the Trust’s smaller properties are welcoming visitors back slightly differently following the pandemic and explore how a former golf course is becoming a rich space for people and nature at the Trust’s first stretch of coast in Lincolnshire.
Finally, hear from the tenant farmers who are rearing lamb and beef grazed on herb-rich pasture. Try out fresh flavour combinations to accompany grass-fed meat from Development Chef Clive Goudercourt and summer-ready recipes for spice-rubbed steak, courgette and mint salad, and tzatziki.
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