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Just in case you’re in need of a little motivation this morning, here’s the sun rising over one of the beautiful places you help us care for along the North Norfolk coast. 
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Beds of brightly coloured tulips in all shapes and sizes are at the heart of our spring gardens. But it’s only thanks to the hard work that our gardeners and garden volunteers put in all year round, planting and tending to plants that are now bursting into bloom. Of all the flowers on show at this time of year, are tulips up there with your favourites?
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Stunning!
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Bluebells are on their way, explore the top places to find them: http://bit.ly/1S5giCo
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Is it true you cannot pick blue bells?
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Exploring nature, taking in the countryside views and spotting seasonal flowers* make walking up a huge hill one of the most rewarding #50things activities for the whole family to take part in.

Walk this way to find a route to enjoy this weekend: http://bit.ly/1N0x8TX

*Bluebells not guaranteed everywhere.
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Monday morning moment of peace: Blickling Hall

If you love exploring mansion houses with perfectly manicured gardens and sprawling countryside, the Blickling Estate, Norfolk, ticks all your boxes. 
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Easter Monday morning moment of peace: West Wycombe Park

If you’re heading out for spring wander today, keep an eye out for perfect reflections like these on the lake at West Wycombe Park in Buckinghamshire.
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superb..actually tempting !
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Bank Holiday Monday morning moment of peace: Badbury Hill

The woodland paths and trails at Badbury Hill, Oxfordshire, are perfect for family adventures, dog walks or just enjoying the carpets of bluebells that are currently in bloom.
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Do you always carry a camera in your bag when you're out exploring?

These simple top tips from expert photographer Justin Minns will help you capture some amazing landscape photos this spring: http://bit.ly/23MOA2B 
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Sometimes a dog in the shot is what makes it. There is a brilliant shot a few months back in the national trust stream without the dog would have been flat.
One obvious one : https://plus.google.com/105990812911142433852/posts/T67Gbm6coB8
Another : https://plus.google.com/105990812911142433852/posts/J6FARJPAkth
But this is the one I wanted to show off : https://plus.google.com/105990812911142433852/posts/Rn3D8JtjNnu
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Monday morning moment of peace: Bodnant Garden

Snowdrops are all but forgotten, daffodils are slowly bowing out for the season, but don’t worry, the fiery reds and subtle pinks of the azaleas at Bodnant Garden will soon be providing an abundance of colour for you to enjoy.
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Explore the dizzying heights of spiral staircases and medieval towers or step into the dungeons. More than 700 years of history and a psychic raven or two are waiting at one of our top ten castles: http://bit.ly/25KkuyL
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Totally awesome castle to visit but some gers missed off most the tourist leaflets and books
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Looking forward to seeing a few of these?
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Bluebells in the woods! It's spring!
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Happy Easter!
May it be filled with bright spring blooms, family adventures and of course, plenty of chocolate. 
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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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