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Christmas lights are becoming exceedingly popular across the country, with the likes of Kew, Longleat and the RHS getting in on the act. After 21 years as one of the bigger players in the battle of the illuminated trees what can be learnt from the National Arboretum at Westonbirt?…

Each National Trust property is unique but it can be difficult to make a property stand out from the crowd. The question is if it's not the scones you remember Berrington for will it be The Dress, the giant pink pineapple or the hanging eyes?…

The Government Art Collection started in 1898 and is used to populate government buildings across the globe with artworks helping to promote British art and history while contributing to cultural diplomacy.…

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the publication of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone the British Library have brought together objects to celebrate not only the books but objects that help to tell the story of magic, mythology and folklore that inspired them.…

Highgrove is the home of their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall. Bought in 1980 the work began to transform the 15 acre garden surrounding the house, the gardens are now open to the public.…