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National Trust,

British association to preserve for the nation places of natural beauty or buildings of architectural or historic interest in the British Isles; founded 1894, chartered 1895. By act of Parliament (1907) the Trust was empowered to acquire land inalienably and to be exempt from duties on property given or willed. In 1934 the Trust received special powers to protect by covenant privately owned property. The owner retains such property and its income, but may neither build on it nor alter its use without permission.
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A National Trust spokesman said: "Kinver Edge and Rock Houses are a timeless attraction.
A spokeswoman for the National Trust said: "Over 200 firefighters from 10 fire crews attended from West Yorkshire, Greater Manchester, Cumbria, Merseyside and Tyne and Wear.
If you want to escape the festive flurry (at least until the Big Day itself arrives), wrap yourself up and go on a National Trust winter walk to blow all those cobwebs away and enjoy the best of December's scenery and wildlife.
When you become a member you'll receive the following: Free entry to over 500 special places Free parking at most National Trust car parks National Trust Handbook full of ideas to help you plan a visit National Trust Magazine sent to you three times a year Regular newsletters sent straight to your inbox WHERE CAN I GO?
Prospect National Trust branch president Paul Stewart added: "Strong membership figures have been pivotal in creating a partnership of equals between the National Trust and Prospect."
The National Trust issues licences to fox, stag and hare hunts.
The National Trust prides itself on preserving and protecting many homes and stunning sites for families to enjoy for years to come.
The National Trust's North Coast general manager Max Bryant said: "We were very disappointed to discover the bridge had been damaged overnight and to have to close it as a result.
Q Tell us about the exhibition (what's it called, what's it on/ where is it being held?) A HENRO 2017 - An exhibition by Takumasa Ono, Inspired by National Trust properties, to be held at Chirk Castle.
100 per cent of the money raised will be donated to the National Trust to support the care of the heathland.
Lands and Planning Minister David Tollner said National Trust have held a long standing interest in the site and the Trusts plans to run a museum would be a welcome attraction in Darwin.

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