national trust FREE WEEKEND 21-22nd April
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national trust FREE WEEKEND 21-22nd April

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Found 13th Apr 2012Made hot 13th Apr 2012
Join us for our free weekend on 21 & 22 April and explore over 200 of our houses and gardens for free - as well as all the countryside spaces we care for (which are free all year round).

To take advantage of this offer, you need to download our voucher and take it along with you on the day of your visit.

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voucher here. I think it's generic

Thanks.

not sure that we'll get the chance to use it but printed anyway. hot

Is this a bogof offer ?

Can some one please clarify something for me please?

Am I reading correctly that I only need 1 voucher for up to 4 people? That's how I am reading it but want to be sure! Thanks.

Oh & thanks a lot! Heat added
Edited by: "bundle" 13th Apr 2012

bundle

Can some one please clarify something for me please?Am I reading … Can some one please clarify something for me please?Am I reading correctly that I only need 1 voucher for up to 4 people? That's how I am reading it but want to be sure! Thanks.Oh & thanks a lot! Heat added



That's how i read it,two adults two children for example or one adult 3 children etc

deb8z

That's how i read it,two adults two children for example or one adult 3 … That's how i read it,two adults two children for example or one adult 3 children etc



Great, thanks a lot! That's me & hubby sorted for something to do next weekend on our weekend away

Thanks.

The voucher is valid at pay for entry properties only, and does not … The voucher is valid at pay for entry properties only, and does not include any coastal car parks.

Excellent, thanks for the heads up.

■The offer is free entry for a maximum of 2 adults and 2 children (between the ages of 5 and 16yrs). The voucher is flexible and can also be used by adults only (up to a max of 2 adults) or by adults and children (1 adult and 3 children or 2 adults and 2 children)

Yes the voucher shows no names etc so i guess it will work for anyone...fantastic find and i really enjoyed my visit last time they had the offer.

nationaltrust.org.uk/get…85/

i think its bad that members dont get sent the offer...my son will use this and mates and kids. Thanks OP

why this :'Only one voucher can be used per paying adult or National Trust member.'

So i have to pay for 1 adult then?

Just seen this mentioned on the BBC Lunchtime News.

Been on and downloaded the voucher.

@enginuk - Think you need to print as many as you need - so two adults, print two vouchers off.

Edited by: "johnson293" 13th Apr 2012

If this post doesn't break the 1000 hot votes mark then their is no justice in the world. Each of these vouchers are worth 10s of pounds and the chance to see how our former ruling classes lived without the usual admission charge is brilliant.

Great deal - thanks op!

enginuk

why this :'Only one voucher can be used per paying adult or National … why this :'Only one voucher can be used per paying adult or National Trust member.'So i have to pay for 1 adult then?



I thought that sounded dodgy too, but the Ts & Cs on the voucher itself are a little different and that one isn't on there, so I don't think they'd get away with charging anyone, provided you follow the rest of the terms anyway.

enginuk

why this :'Only one voucher can be used per paying adult or National … why this :'Only one voucher can be used per paying adult or National Trust member.'So i have to pay for 1 adult then?



johnson293

Just seen this mentioned on the BBC Lunchtime News.Been on and downloaded … Just seen this mentioned on the BBC Lunchtime News.Been on and downloaded the voucher. @enginuk - Think you need to print as many as you need - so two adults, print two vouchers off.




one voucher is for 2adults and 2 kids

chesskitty

I thought that sounded dodgy too, but the Ts & Cs on the voucher itself … I thought that sounded dodgy too, but the Ts & Cs on the voucher itself are a little different and that one isn't on there, so I don't think they'd get away with charging anyone, provided you follow the rest of the terms anyway.




the nt arent likely to argue with you...theyre all lovely-we have memberships, and frequently they dont even check those. You wont have a problem using these..just check if the property has a parking charge at Tatton (not on the list anyway) is £5 charge..so wouldnt have beena free day. Speke hall is free and a lovely place, Dunham was free last time we went and excellent x

enginuk

why this :'Only one voucher can be used per paying adult or National … why this :'Only one voucher can be used per paying adult or National Trust member.'So i have to pay for 1 adult then?

johnson293

Just seen this mentioned on the BBC Lunchtime News.Been on and … Just seen this mentioned on the BBC Lunchtime News.Been on and downloaded the voucher. @enginuk - Think you need to print as many as you need - so two adults, print two vouchers off.



Cheers - have reread the T&C's and one voucher does indeed cover 2 adults and two kids.

Think the last time they did this, (I think) it was one voucher per person, but you just printed as many as you needed, with no need for everyone to register separately.

Looking forward to it - We'll probably head to Cragside, Northumberland... weather permitting.

grt thanks

thanks

I'd welcome any recommendations in the midlands.
Ps Calke Abbey is good for a visit.

Thanks

me too burbage fox - i have only been to calke abbey, had lovely day.

Does this apply in Scotland?

britespark007

Does this apply in Scotland?


have a look at my link there is a list?

Fab. Next Sat at Speke Hall and Sun at Sea Odessy in Liverpool too. Great weekend in the city.

Thanks...hot

Took advantage of this last year. Excellent deal. Heat added.

Hot.
Got a membership from a deal on here last year. If you look at the national trust site it shows you a map of places to visit.
Our young kids have really enjoyed these visits also.
Any Harry Potter fans, then Lacock Abbey , Wiltshire had some film scenes made there and the village.
Edited by: "Denbi" 16th Apr 2012

This is a great offer if you live near any decent properties...my postcode threw up the White Cliffs of Dover & the South Foreland lighthouse. Anything else entails a long train journey (expensive) & then probably a taxi cos the properties aren't near public transport.

Burbage Fox

I'd welcome any recommendations in the midlands.Ps Calke Abbey is good … I'd welcome any recommendations in the midlands.Ps Calke Abbey is good for a visit.Thanks

Burbage Fox

I'd welcome any recommendations in the midlands.Ps Calke Abbey is good … I'd welcome any recommendations in the midlands.Ps Calke Abbey is good for a visit.Thanks



You don't say if you have children or not. If you have, then Sudbury Hall and the Museum of Childhood is excellent. Even without children it is very good, you can relive your childhood in the museum. The grounds are very small (not massive like Calke). It's off the A50 just before Uttoxeter.

britespark007

Does this apply in Scotland?



I don't think so; check out National Trust for Scotland for their offers, they do similar from time to time, as do Historic Scotland

nts.org.uk/Home/

historic-scotland.gov.uk/

There are a lot of excluded places.
Tatton Park
Kedleston Hall
Clumber Park
All excluded.

Hardwick Hall ( not too far from me) is included , i might give it a visit.

Thanks!

Does anyone know if this offer applies in Scotland? thanks.

Doesn't seem to want to let me download it on my mobly, anybody mind mailing it to me if I give them my address? please pm me and I'll send you my address

Thanks

supermod

http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/servlet/file/store5/item770704/version1/fileservice38/770704_38_preview.jpg
reminder bump as this offer is live now

From their website 'We're a UK conservation charity, protecting historic places and green spaces, and opening them up for ever, for everyone', yet there are no places to visit in scotland
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