National Trust

The National Trust is a charity that works to preserve and protect historic places and spaces – for ever, for everyone.

With your help, the National Trust protects some of the most important spaces and places in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. It takes care of historic houses, gardens, mills, coastline, forests, woods, fens, beaches, farmland, moorland, islands, archaeological remains, nature reserves, villages and pubs – and then it opens them up for ever, for everyone.

Events by National Trust


LiberTeas Sissinghurst Castle Garden

Celebration of the life of Harold Nicolson, diplomat and Member of Parliament between 1909 – 1945. Read more »


Hanbury and the hustings

Our ‘hustings’ 1715 style will help us relive the election of 200 years ago. This will be taking place throughout the day with a free cup of tea being served at 3pm. Read more »


LiberTeas and The Vyne

Further information TBC. Read more »


LiberTeas at Stowe

Did you know that Stowe has two Statues of Liberty? With a beautifully restored 18th Century garden full of political iconography what better than to join us on 14th June in the Garden for a LiberTeas event at the Temple of Venus. The chance to unwind and reflect on our… Read more »


The Great Debate

A Debate between a U3A team and one from Oakwood Grammar School. We will have a panel of judges including Peter Tatchell and Randolph Churchill, and participation from the audience. The motion on debate is ‘ We should compromise our privacy for the sake of security’. Taking place at the former… Read more »


LiberTeas at Shaw’s Corner

We’ll be celebrating 800 years of political style in freedom here at Shaw’s Corner – as is only appropriate at the home of George Bernard Shaw, one of the world’s greatest voices for equality and liberty. What better day to explore the stunning gardens, now preserved by the National Trust… Read more »


Anglesey Abbey LiberTeas

On Sunday 14 June, Ben Cowell, the East of England Director for the National Trust will host a presentation on the ‘Great Charter’, its history and close links with Anglesey Abbey. Join our one-off event to celebrate the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta and enjoy a cream tea whilst… Read more »


Batemans LiberTeas

To celebrate the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta being sealed, Bateman’s will be joined by Geoff Hutchinson as Rudyard Kipling reading ‘The Reeds of Runnymede’ at 3pm on Sunday 14th June. We are inviting every visitor to indulge in a free ‘cup of tea for liberty’’ during the reading. Read more »


Red House LiberTeas

Celebrate LiberTeas at Red House, the home of William Morris, the founder of the Arts and Crafts movement. Further details will be made available shortly. Read more »


Monks House LiberTeas

Tea party at Monks House – the country retreat of Virginia Woolfe. Further details will be made available shortly. Read more »


LiberTEA Party at Ham House and Garden

Come to our LiberTEA Party To celebrate the 800th anniversary of the sealing of the Magna Carta we are inviting you to attend a special afternoon celebrating tea, stories, and secrets. Enjoy live musical performances in our Kitchen Garden while sampling a cup of 17th Century inspired tea from our… Read more »


Street LiberTea

I live in a cul de sac and aim to arrange a street party for friends and neighbours and some National Trust volunteers. Read more »



Celebration tea for residents at Poldhu Residential and Nursing Home, Poldhu Cove, Mullion, SW Cornwall. Next door to the site where Guglielmo Marconi sent his first transatlantic telegraph message. ACCESS Completely accessible Read more »