National Trust Access Guide 2011

April 8, 2011 at 8:09 am | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment
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From beautiful estates, glorious manor houses and breath taking landscapes there are so many spectacular places which are all within the National Trust, becoming a member really is worthwhile.

National Trust Access guideGoing out to a National Trust area of interest can provide entertainment for all and with some many National Trust hotspots across the country, a day out is possible if you’re going away for a weekend or just for a day.

However, many people put off going to some of the most beautiful or historical places in the country because of the fear that their mobility might mean they will struggle to get around.

It was great to see that the National Trust attended Naidex National this week. The team representing that National Trust handed out 2011 Access Guides, which lists endless amounts of National Trust places in the UK which are accessible to go to.  

The free bundle of goodies, which were handed out in a handy jute bags, also included a map and additional information such as price lists and guides. All easy to read with large text to accommodate those who may suffer with problematic eye sight.

I thought it was a great idea to have such an influential organisation on board. As getting out to visit the National Trust isn’t just a great activity to do over the summer months, it also keeps you active and you get to enjoy time with family and friends whilst doing so.

So why not go ahead and look into becoming a member or just get more information about National Trust areas local to you.

Little Moreton Hall

Little Moreton Hall- National Trust local to Bath-Knight

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