Free National Trust Entry In The Midlands *This Weekend Only* @ National Trust
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Free National Trust Entry In The Midlands *This Weekend Only* @ National Trust

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Found 18th Mar 2011Made hot 18th Mar 2011
Looking for something to do this weekend? Live in or near to the midlands? Well how about visiting one of the following National trust locations for FREE!!! I hope this helps someone have a great weekend out.

Just print off this voucher and pop along to your desination of choice from the list below...=]

nationaltrust.org.uk/mai…pdf

Places included in the Midlands Free Time offer
Derbyshire: Calke Abbey; Dark Peak and Longshaw Estate; Hardwick Hall; Ilam Park;
Kedleston Hall; Stainsby Mill; Sudbury Hall and the Museum of Childhood
Herefordshire: Berrington Hall; Brockhampton Estate; Croft Castle and Parkland;
The Weir;
Lincolnshire: Belton House; Tattershall Castle; Woolsthorpe Manor
Northamptonshire: Lyveden New Bield, Canons Ashby
Nottinghamshire: Clumber Park; Mr Straw’s House (only open Saturday, 19 March);
The Workhouse
Shropshire: Attingham Park; Carding Mill Valley; Sunnycroft; Wenlock Edge
Staffordshire: Biddulph Grange Gardens; Kinver Edge and the Rock Houses;
Moseley Old Hall; Wightwick Manor and Gardens
Warwickshire: Baddesley
West Midlands: Birmingham Back to Backs
Worcestershire: Croome Park; Hanbury Hall; The Greyfriars

nationaltrust.org.uk/mai…htm

More Blurb...

This year we’re celebrating the start of spring in the
Midlands by opening our doors free to everyone on the
weekend of 19-20 March 2011. It’s the perfect excuse to
get out and about in the fresh air and discover somewhere
new or re-visit a favourite place with family or friends.
To enjoy free entry to any National Trust place in the
Midlands on the weekend of 19-20 March 2011, simply
print off this voucher and present it at the reception.
Visitors to areas of countryside in the Midlands looked
after by the Trust can benefit from free parking at the car
parks by displaying a copy of this voucher in their vehicle.

Looks like a good deal to me....=]

14 Comments

Great, thanks for posting. Heat added.

Thanks, nice find.

Interesting, it's my birthday on Sunday and we were considering going for a walk or a picnic or something. Can anyone recommend which one to visit? Not so interested in a guided tour around an old house or anything, just a wander around on our own somewhere pretty.

Calke Abbey is beautiful

Starlet

Interesting, it's my birthday on Sunday and we were considering going for … Interesting, it's my birthday on Sunday and we were considering going for a walk or a picnic or something. Can anyone recommend which one to visit? Not so interested in a guided tour around an old house or anything, just a wander around on our own somewhere pretty.


Anyone know if we need one printed voucher is enough for a family, or do you need a voucher for each person?

Original Poster

Agreed, Calke Abbey is a lovely day out for a walk. We are going to try Hardwick Hall for a visit tomorrow and then head up to the Dark Peak for some cycling os Sunday. Not sure how many vouchers you need for a family but historically I've found the National Trust to be pretty relaxed during their promotional weekends. Just print off a few to be safe.:D

Hope you have a great weekend.

One voucher per person.

ohmygoshyall

Anyone know if we need one printed voucher is enough for a family, or do … Anyone know if we need one printed voucher is enough for a family, or do you need a voucher for each person?


Here's the full list...

Places included in the Midlands Free Time offer
Derbyshire: Calke Abbey; Dark Peak and Longshaw Estate; Hardwick Hall; Ilam Park; Kedleston Hall; Stainsby Mill; Sudbury Hall and the Museum of Childhood
Herefordshire: Berringinton Hall; Brockhampton Estate; Croft Castle and Parkland; The Weir Garden;
Lincolnshire: Belton House; Tattershall Castle; Woolsthorpe Manor Northamptonshire: Lyveden New Bield, Canons Ashby
Nottinghamshire: Clumber Park; Mr Straw’s House (only open Saturday, 19 March); The Workhouse
Shropshire: Attingham Park; Sunnycroft
Staffordshire: Biddulph Grange; Kinver Edge and the Rock Houses; Moseley Old Hall; Wightwick Manor and Gardens
Warwickshire: Baddesley Clinton; Charlecote Park; Coughton Court; Packwood House; Upton House
West Midlands: Birmingham Back to Backs Worcestershire: Croome Park; Hanbury Hall; The Greyfriars

THANKS - WE'RE OFF TO CALKE ABBEY AS ITS SUCH A NICE DAY FOR A FREEBIE! THANK YOU

Thanks for this, we went to Hardwick Hall today.
Such lovely weather and a great afternoon out!

Sudbury Hall is nice and a nostalgia trip in the museum of childhood x

Biddulph Grange is absolutely beautiful! Highly recommended.

Thanks again for posting this - all 5 of us went to Calke Abbey and had lovely day, didn't spend a penny! Beautiful grounds and a really interesting house. Would recommend if anyody is thinking of going today! I printed off 5 vouchers but only needed one as we drove in - they were very laid back about it. You have to book a time in reception to go to the house on a first come first served basis so get in there quick!
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