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If you love cooking with seasonal ingredients, why not try our scrumptious roasted squash salad this weekend? http://nattru.st/5cxc2
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Searching for a seasonal, healthy meal? Our warming winter kale soup is bound to hit the spot: http://nattru.st/5d0wp
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Forget Blue Monday with a golden sunrise at Avebury. It's with your support and visits that we're able to care for this world-famous stone circle at the heart of a prehistoric landscape, thank you.
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Iv been here a few years ago,you can't help touching the stones,almost don't want to leave,really want to visit again this summer.
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Big adventures for little legs…our top tips and picks for a great day out as a family: http://nattru.st/5cif0

When you visit our special places you directly help us in looking after them for future generations.
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Your visits help us to preserve and protect the heritage at our places and spaces - for ever, for everyone. Thank you. 
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We should be thanking you - you guys do a wonderful job of helping to preserve our history/heritage :-)
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A frosty morning start makes for the perfect wake-up call at Wallington…
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Nice fresh air cant beat it
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Need to brush up on your bird-spotting skills? Our ranger has some expert advice to share: http://nattru.st/5dd2d
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It can be hard waking up on a Wednesday…

This little fellow was discovered enjoying a nap by one of our rangers at Ightham Mote during one of their regular dormouse nest box checks. Your support helps us to continue protecting these special animals and their habitats. Thank you.

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Dormice are so cute
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We love sustainably produced, seasonal foods – that’s why leek’s on our menu in January: http://nattru.st/5ctlu
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It means leek is
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Calling all book-lovers! This March, join us at Knole and Wray Castle for our Children’s Book Festivals. Book here: http://nattru.st/5ci5v
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How’s your New Year’s resolution going? We have five that you're guaranteed to keep when holidaying with us, whether you're staying in a cottage, campsite or mini-castle: http://nattru.st/5ccoo

Every time you stay in one of these unique locations you also help us to look after and protect our wide range of special places, from coastlines to castles.
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Happy Birthday Rudyard Kipling! Step into his world for yourself at Batemans: http://nattru.st/5c3ta
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UK conservation charity protecting historic places and green spaces
Introduction
Welcome to the official Google+ page for the National Trust. We're about to respond to your queries from Monday-Friday 9am-5pm. 

We’re a conservation charity that protects over 350 historic houses, 160 gardens, 1,100km of coastline, 254,000 hectares of land of outstanding natural beauty, 6 World Heritage Sites, 28 castles and 60 pubs - let's not forget the pubs. Then, we open them up to everyone, to enjoy for ever. 

But it doesn’t stop there. We also look after forests, woods, fens, beaches, farmland, downs, moorland, islands, archaeological remains, castles, nature reserves, villages - for ever, for everyone.

So, whether you're looking for a great family day out, a place to walk the dog, or perhaps you just want to give a little something back to the community - we have something to offer you. 

As a charity we depend on people like you to help us continue our vital work. There are hundreds of ways to help us – from volunteering to making a donation

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