A National Trust Christmas

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sutton house ” A typical Christmas scene at a National Trust property with a tree, presents, log fire and a table laden with fruit, nuts, Christmas pudding, wine glasses and decanter” ©National Trust Images/Andreas von Einsiedel

The National Trust works to preserve and protect the coastline, countryside and buildings of England, Wales and Northern Ireland.  Incorporated in 1894, The National Trust is one of the largest landowners in the United Kingdom. It owns and operates heritage properties, including historic houses and gardens, industrial monuments and social history sites, most of which are open to the public free of charge.

Cotehele ” The Christmas garland in the Hall at Cotehele. The hall is decorated in December for events held in the Hall. Created with dried flowers. ©National Trust Images/Mark Bolton

During the holiday season, the Trust opens many of its most important homes and landscapes for special events including visits from Santa, decorating and…

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4 thoughts on “A National Trust Christmas

  1. I would like to you finish Black and Blue. I have been waiting and waiting and still waiting. What gives? I love the series as I am sure others do

  2. Thanks so much for commenting and being a fan of the series. You’re right, I’m terribly slow. I took a detour to write Marriage Can Be Murder, and it put me behind. I hope to have Black & Blue finished in the next three weeks, though I am very reluctant to say that, for fear of breaking a promise! I might post the completed first chapter today, just so readers know it’s really on the way. Thanks again, and have a great day!

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