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Barbour National Trust Ballard Field Jacket £71 at John Lewis & Partners
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Barbour National Trust Ballard Field Jacket £71 at John Lewis & Partners
Up to 70% off of lots of different lines... Too many to mention. Check it out before it's sold out Brands like Ralph Lauren, Hugo Boss, Ted Baker, Barbour, Diesel, Gant, Levi's an… Read more
robodan918

mate, you still gotta shower :P

gordo1964

Barbour sale at Fenwicks online also

tek-monkey

I'm certainly doing a lot less washing since being furloughed!

robodan918

been wearing the same 2 pairs of jeans and 2 shirts when I go out every day during lockdown kind of wondering what the point of buying new clothes is when I'm not sure if half the country will be laid off in the next 3 months but heat for price

toonarmani

Looks to be 7 XL in Blue left but that’s it

National Trust - Help with Membership. 25% renewal discount or 3 month payment holiday
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My membership is close to renewal and I wanted to check what my options are under the current circumstances. If you pay your membership fee annually via Direct Debit or cash, you … Read more
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Dazzer68

They’ve shot themselves in the foot. Houses are shut ? Though how many times have you been and it’s that crowded? Cafes are closed yet they have masses of parklands they could have the cafes open with out door seating providing premade ‘picnic bags’. You can’t get a slot when you try and book. And why book in the first place ? Sorry to say but they’ve really messed this one up and we aren’t renewing our membership

simes

They are so poorly managed this was inevitable . Even now they are still only allowing pre-booked visits for parks and attractions that can easily take 10 times the numbers of people they are allowing. No wonder they are losing money ! I pay for membership and cannot get to visit anywhere unless i pre-book over a week in advance - absolute madness for outdoor parks and gardens where social distancing is easy at the regular pre-covid attendance levels. If they don't change this soon - i will not be renewing my membership ( and thousands of others are likely to feel the same). Why should i pay , when i cannot get to visit anywhere.

AdeFinch

It's so unfair on their hardworking and dedicated staff

Jonathan2400

And this is the consequence... https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/news/our-spending-cut-plans-in-response-to-coronavirus-losses?campid=email_central_Reset_29072020_NT0720RESET01

liz1199

All this is true my only problem is paying more for renewal than a new member does, so just become a new member, simple

National Trust Free Access
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National Trust Free Access
Statement from the National Trust We're aiming to open many of our gardens and parks for free during this difficult time, so the nation can use open spaces to relax and refresh, w… Read more
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Astec

I wish this had more publicly...but also seems to have kicked in early. We visited Lyme park hoping to have a nice open park space away from others. They closed the car park and the main walkway entrance...essentially making thousands of people go down a 3ft two way path, bunched up and passing each other. Had driven almost an hour to get there with two screaming toddlers, but took one look and had to turn around. Honestly the most irresponsible action by an organisation I've seen this week. If they'd just let people park onsite and stick to their small household groups in the parkland it would have been both safe and beneficial...but obviously everyone saw it both here and via the National Trust email database and decided to go. Why can't they send another email to say it's been cancelled as it'll be the same tomorrow I'm sure.

andywedge

We have expired this in light of the National Trust's statement today:- The National Trust has announced it will close its parks and gardens from midnight on Saturday to help ‘restrict the spread of the coronavirus’. The decision has been taken ahead of Mother’s Day, which the Trust predicts will attract more people to its open spaces despite Government advice on maintaining social distancing. https://metro.co.uk/2020/03/21/national-trust-close-parks-gardens-stop-spread-coronavirus-12436732/

mrme

Shopping is essential, visiting a national trust garden really isn’t!

stefwalker

They're encouraging the old and vulnerable to go to shops early morning and can use their bus passes before 9:30am!seems to be mixed messages

EQL

SImilarly, National Trust Scotland are offering free access to gardens (not sure there's any change): "We’ll be keeping our accessible gardens, country parks and gardens open free of charge, enabling visitors to escape isolation in a safe environment where ‘social distancing’ is easy to maintain" https://www.nts.org.uk/stories/coronavirus-emergency Places to visit: https://www.nts.org.uk/visit/places

10% Off @ National Trust Shop for New Accounts
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10% Off @ National Trust Shop for New Accounts
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alphamike

Thank ‘s for posting (y)

Stonehenge admission for child (5-17 years) £10 inc 1 year National Trust membership & free pair of binoculars.
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Stonehenge admission for child (5-17 years) £10 inc 1 year National Trust membership & free pair of binoculars.
Stonehenge child (5-17 years old) tickets usually cost £11.40 but if you buy a child (5-17 years old) annual membership to The National Trust it costs just £10 and you can use that… Read more
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afroylnt

They were disappointing when you could walk in between them. But at least your approach is free. Personally I feel they're best viewed in a car rear view mirror.

Ana10

You go and see them for free!! You pay for the bus ride to get there and get to see it a little bit closer than the free area... You have to walk a good 20mins and see them from a barrier. if not many people are on the bus you can just get on it on the way back...

wackojacko99

Don’t understand how this is a paid entry place?

jakbli

Still regretting even after 8yrs for wasted money on it.

Andy@XCite

Save 40% on EBCO Electric Bikes - M-35 (£750 from £1250) and M-45 (£800 from £1399) PLUS FREE National Trust Family Day Pass @ Halfords
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Save 40% on EBCO Electric Bikes - M-35 (£750 from £1250) and M-45 (£800 from £1399) PLUS FREE National Trust Family Day Pass @ Halfords
Seems like Halfords have some great offers ATM. Just came across these two EBCO Electric Bikes at 40%/42% off. A good step thru bike for the money. Seen that these previously retai… Read more
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lutin

I can only say that I got the cycling15 discount and the British Cycling discount (for a different bike, but still)

pil064

Your edit makes me look dippy LOL

pil064

Picked up my 52 cm frame M-45 and it has 7 gears. This appears to be contrary to what some people were saying. They would not give me the AA discount as I had used the cycling15 discount. Did anyone successfully get both discounts? They also forgot the National Heritage family day pass - sadly I did also. So I've send a web form enquiry to try and get them to send me the pass. Just cycled home - about 3 miles - and the bike was really good.

Mark_Pilling

Which one? There are two.

awhillier1973

Cracking bike. The built in lights are brilliant. The M45 version with 52cm frame.

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10% off Voucher to use on National Trust Shop
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10% off Voucher to use on National Trust Shop
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I just signed up last month to the National Trust & as part of this, they offer a 10% discount when signing up to the e-newsletter. The Voucher seems like it would work with an… Read more
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alphamike

Thanks for posting (y)

Saris Bones Black 3 Bike Rear Cycle Carrier Halfords scanning as £100 plus National Trust Voucher (another 10% off if AA/Blue light card)
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Saris Bones Black 3 Bike Rear Cycle Carrier Halfords scanning as £100 plus National Trust Voucher (another 10% off if AA/Blue light card)
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Sometimes it pays to not do Reserve and checkout online. Popped in, price tag stated £123, bought for £100. Used Bluelight discount card and got another £10 off too! plus a vouche… Read more
RhinoCharger

I was also worried about the paint work getting scratched but erred on the side of tightening the straps as much as possible so I didn't lose 3 bikes on the M25 - haven't had a single scratch so far after about a dozen 2-3 hour journeys...

luzax

There are 2 bar codes on the box, for black 123£ and red 100£. Just get my black one (scanned as red) for 85£ after discount. Many thanks

winchman

Def the Rolls Royce of this type of carrier. Also got this a few years..

Clipper

Good bike rack. Been using mine for 5 years now. Bare in mind you'll probably need a light board and number plate (and the additional socket in your car).

Krizzo3

Had this, then had a tow mount, now have a van

Free UK timed running events: parkrun (5km); Great Run Local (5km); National Trust (10km) + get free access to The Eden Project!
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Free UK timed running events: parkrun (5km); Great Run Local (5km); National Trust (10km) + get free access to The Eden Project!
FREE£0.01Parkrun Deals
Quarterly reminder about these fantastic free running/walking events. Great time to start as the weather is warm! There is a great community at all the events, and you are supporte… Read more
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Denziloshamen

It’s a shirt worth around £20, so even paying for postage is a pretty good deal and you’ve already improved your health for free for at least a year before hand.

spitthedog1964

I'm there every Saturday. Great to get a P.B. Although remember, it's a run, not a race.

juicedtothegills

It's getting ridiculous at this stage. Do they draw out of a hat who gets to post this each season?

SpamJavelin

So the t-shirt is free but post and packing isn't. Seems fair to me. Getting my 50 after this weekend!

sussexroyal

pointless post. #berk

Thule ProRide 591 Roof Mount Bike Carrier was £110 now £85 + BOGOHP + Free Fitting + Free National Trust Family Day Pass C+C @ Halfords
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Thule ProRide 591 Roof Mount Bike Carrier was £110 now £85 + BOGOHP + Free Fitting + Free National Trust Family Day Pass C+C @ Halfords
£127.50£20738%Halfords Deals
Bit niche but an amazing offer if you are after a couple of these very highly rated Thule ProRide 591 Roof Mount Bike Carriers :) Currently on offer at £85 each (down from £110)… Read more
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nzmtbz

I managed to get 4 x 591 for approx £222.50. got £255 of e-gift vouchers for £229.50 through my work discount / reward gateway and then approx £7 topcashback (hopefully) Items were reserved at store. Halfords gave me the free fitting at the store during pick up without me asking for it. This was added to my receipt and can be completed by them in the future when my roof bars have been delivered through a separate order from elsewhere. The free National Trust day pass was also applied. All in all great transaction and very pleased. thanks OP for the heads up - heat added

BargainStriker

The free fitting is no longer on offer, even at the checkout stage. Can this easily be bargained for with Halfords?

jonhoggy

I pondered on that deal but thought it was risky but good to hear it was genuine, at first I thought they had made an error on his order. I paid 119 yesterday with the free National Trust day pass so I'm happy. Just need roof bars now (embarrassed) .

Benno1uk

John_read was right (even though his separate thread was deleted... hmmm?). Got the twin pack for £85 delivered yesterday

jonhoggy

Slightly better deal now. Further discount currently available with code BIKEDAD making two carriers £119.

Assist 20” Hybrid Electric Bike for £398 + Free National Trust Family Day Pass C+C / Delivered @ Halfords
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Assist 20” Hybrid Electric Bike for £398 + Free National Trust Family Day Pass C+C / Delivered @ Halfords
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Morning folks - this is my first HUKD post so please go easy on me! (cheeky) ️ I’ve been looking at this bike for some time and today have noticed that it’s been reduced to £398 … Read more
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Taff_Edwards

got one of these, 4 power settings (off, low, med, high) 6 miles to work and 2 moderate hills and a railway bridge, use the power settings like gears. work and back on 20% of the charge on the cycle path, perfect for to and from work or down the shops, also has a 6kp/h walk button for if you load it with shopping

lumsdot

im guessing this is a geared hub motor , due to its small diameter,,so thats a plus point. the cheap ebay 500w 1000w hub motors have no gears so are bit rubbish at slow speeds but go like c razy once uptp speed on the flat.

doublearon18781

Tempted to get this as with my employers cycle to work scheme I can get it for £20 per month for 12 months but after reading some of these comments I do have a decent hill coming home from work so wondering if it's worth it, I will literally only use it for a shirt back and forth for work but the hill puts me off. Could anyone offer advice?

kramer2088

Pedestrian walked out in front of him onto.tjw road. A conviction by tabloids based on class and age discrimination more than anything

matt_vans

I had the Viking Harrier E bike which is basically the foldable version of this. Mine had gears but I left mine in the lowest/hardest gear. That was even going up steep hills. I communicated 5 days a week for two years on that bike. Even steep hills were a breeze and no chance of breaking a sweat. I've since gone back to a Specialized Comp mountain bike... Do miss the assist now and then though.

10% off new bikes + Free National Trust Family Day Pass @ Halfords
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10% off new bikes + Free National Trust Family Day Pass @ Halfords
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WhkaffaBegum

My son got a bike but how do you get the national trust pass? The guys at the shop said it would be in the email receipt but I can’t find anything.

pvo_dave

New Adult bikes, doesn't include kids bikes

netsurfer

BIKE15 was working yesterday for 15% off adult bikes

deleted2105883

Get set for a Summer of adventure with 10% off adult bikes for a limited time only, plus a FREE National Trust Family Day Pass worth up to £50!

Pashley Princess Sovereign Womens Bike Green 17.5 inch for £270 @ Halfords (+Free National Trust Family Day Pass Worth up to £50)
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Pashley Princess Sovereign Womens Bike Green 17.5 inch for £270 @ Halfords (+Free National Trust Family Day Pass Worth up to £50)
£270£74564%Halfords Deals
Nice vintage style bike in regency green :) *Free National Trust Family Day Pass when you buy any adult bike, roof box, roof bar or bike rackNational Trust Family Day Pass wort… Read more
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Tiberiusric

Damn missed that silly price even to sell on

bonzobanana

Pashley are British made bikes, beautifully made and very premium. I agree about Halfords pricing in general being up and down but even at the high pricing many of their bikes are still very good value compared to what you would get in a local bike shop and some other retailers. Anyway £270 for a Pashley is exceptionally cheap, they last decades and are very low maintenance but they are not lightweight performance bikes. I must admit I fancy one of their retro road bikes.

deleted249798

Seems to be the fashion now - especially Halfords - is to put a ridiculous RRP so they can do a big discount. Often they have two almost identical models and the discount switches from one to the other.

sparklehedgehog

And therefore, as has been proven, if they’re priced sensibly they will sell but the original price clearly wasn’t working so I rest my case.

steed

£670 now...

Free Family Day Pass for National Trust When You Buy Any Adult Bike, Roof Box, Roof Bar or Bike Rack @ Halfords - stacks with offers
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Free Family Day Pass for National Trust When You Buy Any Adult Bike, Roof Box, Roof Bar or Bike Rack @ Halfords - stacks with offers
Fab offer from Halfords - between now until 5th August - you will receive a Free Family Day Pass for the National Trust (worth up to £50) when you buy any Adult Bike, Roof Box, Roo… Read more
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paws17

Don't shout it out too loudly - I was trying to be subtle about it! Safe to say that I can now abandon my plans to buy a 2nd set of roof bars... ;)

stanky

If everyone’s are the same, how do they know when they have been used? Genuine question

FREEZIN_WOLF

I had to chase for mine and send proof of purchase. PS. I think the barcode is the same, my last 6 digits are. 107623

paws17

I had one email from Halfords confirming that I'd qualified for a NT day pass and a 2nd one a few days later which contained a print out voucher.

paws17

Does anyone know if these day passes have a personalised bar-code or do they have a generic bar-code on which is the same for everyone? (My own day pass ends with the numbers "7623"). Could some kind soul with a day-pass check & update us, please? Cheers.

National trust and Cadbury’s Easter Hunt @ National Trust and National Trust Scotland
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National trust and Cadbury’s Easter Hunt @ National Trust and National Trust Scotland
Thought I would share this today as family going for an Easter egg hunt. A bit of fun in the countryside and an egg at the end (y) 🏻 Fancy painting and other stuff to do … Read more
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winchman

North Wales was a bag of Cadbury mini eggs, think it was only £2..

TheNorwichMarvel

Depends where you go, only cost me £2.50 each for us and we ain’t a member, just paid £6 parking

daern

I guess you're not an NT member, which makes it much cheaper on the day. Ho hum, each to their own.

thewolf8u

So £7 parking plus £10 each for entry to the gardens plus £2.50! Think I’ll buy my £1 egg from home bargains and stick it in the garden. Plus these aren’t egg hunts there “walks around the garden” with an egg at the end. Did one last year.... total joke!

TheNorwichMarvel

Sounds an awesome day arguing about collective nouns.... We were happy to see a rabbit 🐇, not worrying how to say the word (lol) (lol)

Free UK timed running events: parkrun (5km); Great Run Local (5km); National Trust (10km) + get free access to The Eden Project!
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Free UK timed running events: parkrun (5km); Great Run Local (5km); National Trust (10km) + get free access to The Eden Project!
FREE£0.01Parkrun Deals
Quarterly reminder about these fantastic free running/walking events. There is a great community at all the events, and you are supported just as much (if not more) if you take 45 … Read more
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LittleP14

Did my first park run this weekend, and absolutely loved it. For the last 9 weeks I ha completed the couch to 5k app on my phone, and have been running 5k consistently for the last 2 weeks within 28 mins and 30 mins. Prior to completing this app I could probably jog for around 15 minutes before stopping. Got round the course in 29 minutes, however my Strava said I’d completed it in 28 minutes weirdly! It’s a lovely atmosphere, but I can see why people would be put off with the large amount of participants, as it can get a little trick navigating the paths so close together, which will inevitably eat into your timings if your that way inclined. I’ll continue running 3 times in the week andwill be doing it again this Saturday!

dorset_taco

This guy did it in 13 mins 48 secs https://www.irishnews.com/magazine/2017/02/10/news/we-asked-the-parkrun-world-record-holder-how-to-make-running-enjoyable-this-winter-928616/

sohighicantouchthesky

Park Run is for all abilities - I’ve only done it a few times as there’s actually two many people at my local making it too slower pace and crowded for my liking. Just because the two guys who work hard to maintain a fitness level and were joking over who should take first showed no visible sign of effort doesn’t mean they didn’t try? I run a lot of half marathon, 10k’s and sometimes full marathons too - I get beat by a lot of people but I strive to beat my own personal best times so naturally I’ll beat others. I hope they don’t get upset like you?!? I want to be the quickest and best, although accept they’ll always be people quicker, better and who have trained more than I. Running (like all sport) is competitive. You did realise this before you went along and stood at the sidelines, right?

blackanchorage

Serious runners may do parkrun as a fast training run. It's regular, timed and exactly 5km, so is a good measure of fitness. Do you run?

techno12

Started doing these this year - crazy mad 600+ people of all ages etc all getting fit at my local one. Dogs and babies in buggies too... Great fun, though kills my right knee (apparently "runner's knee" is a thing) so have a support for it curious to see if it fixes the 2 days of intense pain I get after each run. Well worth registering for the "get your time texted" as I can check my progress on my phone. Plus, amusingly, it's the only text I get nowadays as we've all moved to WhatsApp! Also, you get freebies! On my first run in Jan they were handing out bags of the forthcoming Persil washing capsules.

10% off with code @ The National Trust Shop
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Free £10 gift card with National Trust membership
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Free £10 gift card with National Trust membership
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Newbold

Government cuts leave them little choice if they’re to avoid financial collapse, sadly. Take it up with Johnson in a few weeks. If you ask him now he’ll tell you they’re all going to be free, with free ice cream and doughnuts thrown in

SomeBod

In Birmingham the council has started charging for parking in public parks, creeping privatisation of our public spaces!

SomeBod

Yeah, life membership is £1,730 that's senior memebrship @ the bargain price of £1,295 unbelievable,

Newbold

Life membership was a bargain in 1972 at £50. It’s usually a bargain if you buy it when you’re young enough

SomeBod

Individual senior life only: £1,295 An individual aged 60 or over. you would have to live over 17 years to make it economically viable (based on £72.00 a year) How many 77+ year old's are active members! if you live to 90 you get over 12 years free, now you have something to live for

National Trust - up to 50% off sale including homeware, kitchenware, clothing accessories & toys (£4.99 delivery / free £50+)
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National Trust - up to 50% off sale including homeware, kitchenware, clothing accessories & toys (£4.99 delivery / free £50+)
Up to 50% off selected lines of homeware, kitchenware, clothing accessories & children’s toys.
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Emma_Thomson

The post is about the online shop not membership.

love24

Thats because they are a charity ;)

jdowner

You need to check your facts they do not. They do allow on certain properties trail hunting which is perfectly legal and monitor it very severely. Ethically they are one of the best companies in the UK.

jeapri6

Would be great if it was any other company. Can’t abide National Trust due to allowing fox hunting on their land. Sorry

diddly08

Some interesting items. Xmas cards are really nice

National Trust: 2019 Nature Month-By-Month: A Children's Almanac - £3 Prime / £5.99 non Prime @ Amazon
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National Trust: 2019 Nature Month-By-Month: A Children's Almanac - £3 Prime / £5.99 non Prime @ Amazon
£3£9.9970%Amazon Deals
Won't have in time for Christmas, will make a nice gift in new year. Great reviews. Published in collaboration with the National Trust, this fantastic book is packed with excitin… Read more
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Dee93

My 9 year old loves books so will be great for the new year. Heat. (y)

greenyblades

Usually £3.99 so not much of a bargain. Sorry OP but voted cold....

Londowntown

Thanks. Just ordered. Nosy crow do great books for kids

BlackCloud

Bit ironic having foxes on the front cover whilst they are allowing fox hunts under the guise of trail hunting on their land. I wouldn't give them a penny.

phillyboy

Thanks wookie :)

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