National Trust

  • National Trust - Dunham Massey

    Dunham Massey is a magnificent, Georgian house set within a 300-acre deer park and home to the largest 'winter garden' in Britain. Countryscape has worked with the team at Dunham Massey since 2009, providing a range of signage, interpretation and publications to help visitors get the...

  • National Trust - Lyme Park

    Lyme Park is one of the National Trust's flagship estates in the North of England, comprising an extensive deer park and country house (famous for being the backdrop to the film adaptation of Pride and Prejudice). Countryscape has provided a wide range of services to Lyme Park with the...

  • National Trust - Quarry Bank Mill

    Quarry Bank Mill is one of the most famous and best-preserved textile mills of the Industrial Revolution and is now a museum of the cotton industry. Countryscape has produced a series of outdoor displays for the estate, providing information on the Lower Garden – formerly used by the...

  • National Trust - Little Moreton Hall

    Little Moreton Hall is an iconic Tudor property; a magical, timber-framed manor house that combines quirky architecture with colourful stories and tranquil surroundings. Countryscape worked with the team at Little Moreton Hall to create a photography exhibition, entitled ‘Through the...

  • National Trust - Lewis Carroll's Birthplace (Daresbury)

    Countryscape worked with the National Trust to create a series of interpretive displays for the site of Lewis Carroll's birthplace in Daresbury, Cheshire.

    The site itself contains little or no features of the former house (which burnt down in 1884); hence the displays were...

  • National Trust - Outdoor Tracker Pack Handbook

    From 2008 to 2010, the National Trust carried out a project to develop best practice in creating outdoor activity packs for families with young children (termed 'Tracker Packs'). The project encouraged National Trust properties to develop more effective and engaging interpretation...