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2 April, 2020


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Enjoy Easter break at home, urges NT boss

  The director general of the National Trust, Hilary McGrady, has called for people across the UK to stay at

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30 historic places you can visit from home

English Heritage is offering (virtual) access to some of its historic sites and collections online. As the country continues a

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Chatsworth issues further coronavirus update

  An email update from Stephen Vickers (Chief Executive, The Devonshire Group)   In light of the most recent Government

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Chatsworth issues coronavirus update

  An email update from Stephen Vickers (Chief Executive, The Devonshire Group)   As I write this email, we face

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Chatsworth: 2020

  As Chatsworth prepares to throw open its doors (the house and garden do not open until 21st March) we

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‘A country house for children, by children’

Sudbury Hall (and the National Trust Museum of Childhood) has launched plans to model itself as the ‘Children’s Country House’.

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“On the right track” at Erewash Museum

Erewash Museum’s ever-popular Model Railway Weekend rolls into Ilkeston from Friday 10th January until Sunday 12th January. The event offers

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Renovations on historic Green Lane House complete

[caption id="attachment_12372" align="alignnone" width="600"] image credit: Derby City Council[/caption]   A significant renovation and repair programme has been completed on

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Handkerchiefs for Heroes

A heart-warming Remembrance display will see hundreds of ‘Handkerchiefs for Heroes’ on display at Victoria Park in Ilkeston for a

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Lyme Park takes on climate change

Lyme Park was closed for almost two weeks at the beginning of this month, after the estate had to be