The National Trust members’ magazine is published three times a year and is our ‘thank you’ for helping us to look after special places.

Full of behind the scenes stories and beautiful photography, we hope it will inspire you about all there is to discover and be part of with the National Trust.

In the spring issue we launch People’s Landscape's, the Trust's 2019 national programme which uncovers the stories of passion and protest hidden just beneath the surface at Trust places. Find out about the 1932 mass trespass at Kinder Scout in the Peak District and learn why a veteran sycamore tree in the Dorset village of Tolpuddle is a symbol of the trade union movement. 

Trust curators David Taylor and Rupert Goulding share what it takes to organise an international touring exhibition of Golden Age Dutch art, delve into a warming bowl of soup with a recipe for every season from the National Trust Comfort Food cookbook, and find out what it’s like to stay in one of the Trust’s newly refurbished holiday cottages.

SKU: 50039672
Format: Paperback
Dimensions: 21 x 21cm
ISBN: 9781912471430
No. of Pages: 48


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