The National Trust: 125 years of nature, beauty and history

Never more so has nature been needed than during this time of global crisis brought on by the coronavirus.
The crowds of people who visited National Trust places the weekend before lockdown and the thousands of photos posted on social media as part of the Trust’s #BlossomWatch campaign showed the importance of trees, wildlife and open skies in our lives. This year the Trust celebrates 125 years and with a need to rise to the challenge of the climate crisis and the catastrophic decline in our natural environment the Trust has set itself big ambitions, including tree-planting on a national scale to tackle climate change, reducing our carbon footprint and restoring peatlands. 

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