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Deer that thinks it's a sheep

Dunwich - What do you do, if you are a young, lost and lonely red deer? Tag along with a herd of sheep and have the shepherd adopt you.

World's first coast path covering an entire country open in Wales Special

The first ever coastal path to cover the entire length of a country has now been opened in Wales. The All Wales Coast Path stretches a distance of 870 miles (1400km).

Powis Castle gardens in Wales is voted best NT place for walking

Welshpool - The National Trust (NT) owned Powis Castle near Welshpool, Powys, Wales has been voted the best place to take a walk in a competition organised by the UK’s conservation and heritage charity.

Gov't agencies, campaigners oppose English land planning changes

Two English government bodies and several conservation organizations have sounded alarms over changes in land planning policy proposed by the Coalition government that would make developing land in the countryside easier, by greatly reducing regulations.

Hundreds witness foal die as online farm owners stream live birth

A real life Farmville, where an online community can manage a real farm, were left heartbroken after witnessing a live birth of a foal and then watching the new-born die just minutes later. The birth was streamed live via webcam.

Restored Tintoretto goes on public display for the first time

A restored painting by Renaissance artist Tintoretto has gone on public display for the first time at Kingston Lacy, a country house administered by the National Trust in Dorset.

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Deer thinks it s a sheep
Deer thinks it's a sheep
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Justin Whitehouse  lead @nationaltrust ranger  collects bottles on Poldhu beach in Cornwall.
Justin Whitehouse, lead @nationaltrust ranger, collects bottles on Poldhu beach in Cornwall.
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