Remember to stick to designated paths in Bluebell woods as these are fragile flowers and we need to preserve them for future generations.
Life is for living so peel your family off the sofa, lock away the iPads and experience natural, squelchy days out on tap.
For only £111 for family membership (which is only just over £9 a month – a snip if you even visit once a month), your family can get free access to over 500 unforgettable places across the UK. You will also be helping to protect these fantastic places for future generations.
There is so much for the whole family to do
Discover the wonders of the great outdoors with countryside walks or blowy strolls along the coast. Get a peek at the wildlife that live in the forests or travel back in time to learn the ancient mysteries of stone monuments and historic houses.
There is so much for the whole family to do including den building, bug hunting, mud pie making, bat spotting and all kinds of seasonal activities. This Easter, join one of the Cadbury Easter Egg Hunts taking place in the grounds whilst skipping through fields of Bluebells and spring flowers.
Just check the website at http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk
Are you the New Monty Don?
If you have time on your hands you can even volunteer which has been proven to reduce stress.You might not be the next Monty Don but there is room for you in the glorious gardens. If you like meeting new people then helping out in reception might suit. Good storyteller? You’d make a great guide.
As a conservation charity, the National Trust relies on loyal volunteers to help to look after the its estates and there is a job suitable for everybody.You will be given all the training and support you need to get started and there are amazing opportunities on offer. You could be on the cut-flower team growing 18th century flowers for use in the house at Osterley in London, or spend a day a month operating the 18th century watermill in Coleshill in West Oxfordshire.
To see the latest volunteer opportunities in your area keep checking: http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/volunteer
Photography credit: @National Trust Hugh Mothersole @National Trust Justin Minns