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Today marks one hundred years since the Battle of the Somme.
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The cygnets at Nostell Priory in Yorkshire have achieved a cuteness rating of 10. Well done little ones!

Thanks to volunteer photography Paul Dunn for this snap.
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Monday moment of peace: Little Langdale

Blea Tarn, nestled in the Little Langdale area of the Lake District, is a Site of Special Scientific Interest. The sediment in this lake has not been disturbed since the last Ice Age, providing a valuable research site and a haven for flora and fauna, such as Alpine flowers, brown trout, perch and pike. So don’t forget your camera to capture these and the surrounding views of the fells.
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If you love scones, you don’t want to miss this! To celebrate National Cream Tea Day on Friday we’ll be coming to you on Facebook live at 5.30pm, where our Development Chef Clive will be making the ultimate scone recipe and a yummy jam too.
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That's afternoon tea sorted for Friday ;-) +National Trust 
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Monday morning moment of peace: Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge

The thought of crossing a rope bridge that’s suspended 20 metres above sea level might not be everyone’s idea of peace, but we assure you it’s worth it to see amazing views of the Causeway Coast in Northern Ireland. Fishermen have used this bridge since it was first erected in 1755, to give them access to the best places to catch migrating salmon.
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The Pomegranate Passage at Wightwick Manor has one of the most complete surviving Arts & Crafts interiors. In 1861 William Morris founded the company Morris, Marshall, Faulkner & Co, later known as Morris & Co, which went on to spread his pioneering design throughout the world. Find out more about this and the other Arts & Crafts houses that you help us to look after here: http://nattru.st/4r7ru 
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Beautiful garden also there, the house exterior is remarkable
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Rhossili Bay on the Gower, Wales, is often named in the top 10 beaches to visit in the UK. This photo shows exactly why… a three mile stretch of sandy beach that on a clear day offers views to West Wales, Lundy Island and the north Devon coast is perfect for a family adventure, picnic, dog walk or even some water sports. If the tide is out, the adventurous can cross the rocky causeway to the tidal island of Worms Head, where grey seals can be seen lazing on the rocks below.
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+Mark Stronge landscape photography is about working with shadows
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5 places where you can bring your island adventures to life: http://nattru.st/4syg9
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Explore our top places to sleep under the stars, from camping pods and tipis to the perfect spot to pitch your tent: http://nattru.st/4sfsf
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With bright blooms, velvety petals and floral fragrance, rose displays are delighting our visitors this month. Here are a few photos from rose gardens at our places: http://nattru.st/4s0re
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Happy Birthday Paul McCartney! Did you know that we care for 20 Forthlin Road – the small suburban home where the Beatles star was born, grew up and wrote some of their first songs. Let’s celebrate today with a look inside McCartney’s childhood home: http://nattru.st/4q5mq
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This duckling Tatton Park has already got the hang of lilypad surfing – clever little thing.

Big thanks to Joe Crossland for this photo.
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Lovely Duck :D
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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. 

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