National Trust

The National Trust is a conservation charity founded in 1895 by three people: Octavia Hill, Sir Robert Hunter and Hardwicke Rawnsley, who saw the importance of the nation's heritage and open spaces and wanted to preserve them for everyone to enjoy. Today, across England, Wales and Northern Ireland, we continue to look after places so people and nature can thrive.

Entirely independent of Government, the National Trust looks after more than 250,000 hectares of countryside, 780 miles of coastline and 500 historic properties, gardens and nature reserves.
The National Trust is for everyone, forever.

The National Trust licensed product range is an exclusively designed range of our Tuftop worktop protectors and cutting boards, all proudly designed and manufactured in Britain shipped from our Hungerford factory. The toughened glass withstands high heat, is food safe and extremely durable. The Alfriston Clergy range features an oakleaf design inspired by the carvings preserved at Afriston Clergy House, the first property ever purchased by the National Trust. The fine watercolour paintings featured in the National Trust Nature Collection was commissioned with Louise Nisbet a talented artist sharing a love of the countryside around her home in Lancashire. Louise who has a BA Honours in Fine Art was inspired by the National Trust's ethos for the conservation of open spaces, wildlife and buildings throughout England, Wales and Northern Ireland and this is clearly shown in her intricate watercolours in this collection.

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