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Spring into the National Trust's events

Date Posted: 04/12/2014

NT properties in Kent and East Sussex have a plethora of plans for visitors from early spring onwards.

There are events taking place at National Trust properties in the area from January onwards.

At Chartwell in Kent (pictured above), the exhibition Death of a Hero and Life and Legacy trail will commemorate the 50th anniversary of Sir Winston Churchill until 22nd February.

At Ightham Mote in Kent, its Conservation in Action event will show how it has preserved 700 years of history over the last 30 years of ownership by the National Trust.

Discover a remarkable collection of previously undiscovered World War One memorabilia from the life of Arthur Hussey, including his war diaries, at Scotney Castle. Arthur’s War will run at the Tunbridge Wells property from 1st January to 22 March.

And in east Sussex, at Kipling’s former house Bateman’s, there are spring events ranging from Valentines Day and Mothering Sunday teas to Easter egg trails and bluebell walks in the woods.

Join the author of Virginia Woolf’s Garden, Caroline Zoob, on an exclusive garden tour and enjoy a glass of fizz on the lawn in Sussex’s Monks House.

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