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A Day with the National Trust

The National Trust, Europe’s largest conservation charity, looks after many beautiful landscapes in Britain.

As part of my occasional series on what makes people passionate about spending time in the outdoors, I visited the team at North Devon National Trust.

The National Trust are keen for people to come and see the landscape and wildlife they care for yourself, maybe walk from bothy to bothy, stay in their occasional pop-up campsites, or book a bunkhouse for a weekend with friends.

You can also volunteer – join a working holiday or one of the regular volunteering groups. And, of course, you can always become a member of the National Trust: membership goes towards looking after the special places like this.

You can follow the team’s work on social media as well: @NorthDevonNT

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