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UK conservation charity protecting historic places and green spaces
UK conservation charity protecting historic places and green spaces

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Did you know puffins can fly anywhere between 48-54mph?

Spot them soaring on a visit to the Farne Islands: http://ow.ly/M7EO30kuTnj
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Stretch your legs and breathe in some much needed fresh sea air on a bracing coastal walk this weekend: http://ow.ly/AK4r30k4mVm
Photo: Burton Bradstock
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Take time to stop and smell the roses. With more than 200 gardens in our care, you’re sure to find a fragrant place near you:
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Explore our May half-term events: http://ow.ly/6hHh30kbnOQ. Building dens and plantings seeds; follow our winding paths for a muddy adventure.
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For our moment of peace this Monday morning, stop to admire the white wisteria tumbling over Scotney Castle in Kent.
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Have you ever wandered along these winding paths at Colby Woodland Garden?

You’ll find this special place nestled in the heart of Pembrokeshire. From its highest points, you can take in seaside views out to Amroth. Listen carefully on your next visit – you might just hear the resident woodpeckers drumming, or a grey wagtail splashing in a stream in search of insects. http://ow.ly/i/FhCDl http://ow.ly/i/FhCE5
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That glorious moment when you wake up and realise it’s the weekend.
Photo: Andy Chadd in Wasdale.
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A Monday morning moment of peace from Sutton Hoo: home of one of the most significant archaeological discoveries from the Anglo-Saxon period.

Each time you visit these ancient burial grounds, you’re helping us to preserve the rich history here for future generations to immerse themselves in as you have. Thank you.
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Bluebells as far as the eye can see are popping up in the woodlands we care for.

Did you know bluebell woods are particularly sensitive to footfall and if their leaves are damaged they can struggle to grow back? In popular woods, once narrow tracks have become wider and wider so the bluebells end up in island-like patches rather than roaming seas. Help us protect our bluebell woods this spring by sharing this message, so that we can continue to enjoy this spectacle for years.
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Happy Easter! Snow or sunshine, we hope you enjoy spending time with the people you love, at the places special to you.
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