In celebration of our new Hedgehogs & Trees collection in collaboration with the National Trust, we’re taking a look at some of Sophie’s favourite National Trust Places to visit. The perfect places to enjoy some quality family time, go for long woodland walks with the dogs or see some magnificent wildlife. If you’re lucky, you might even spot some hedgehogs too!
- Clumber Park – You might recognise Clumber Park from our most recent Hedgehogs & Trees photo and video shoot, where we were amongst the trees and wildlife, the perfect place to bring the new Hedgehogs & Trees collection to life. It makes an excellent day out with the family, with picturesque parkland and gardens, a magnificent lake, and peaceful woodlands.
Belton House – Located in Lincolnshire and not too far from where Sophie grew up is the incredible Belton House. The historic house is impressive, both inside and out, with a world-renowned library, a beautiful Italian garden, a stunning orangery and plenty of grounds for family walks and deer spotting. If you are looking for something spectacular, then visit Belton House at Christmas. They have a Winter Light Trail, which is magical and brings festivities to the grounds with their illuminated trails.
©National Trust Images/Andrew Butler
Sheringham Park – The North Norfolk coast has always been one of Sophie’s favourite places to visit, and quite often, she will visit Sheringham Park. Sophie’s three dogs, Florrie, Mable and Margot, absolutely love sniffing around and going for long walkies! If you climb to the top of the towers, you can see breathtaking views of the North Norfolk coast!
©National Trust Images/John Miller
Brancaster Beach – Another favourite when visiting North Norfolk is the beautiful Brancaster Beach. There’s something about the golden sands and big open skies, and it’s dog friendly too! Come rain or shine, it’s always beautiful, and we love the walks around the coastal path.
©National Trust Images/Ian Ward
We are so pleased to be working with the National Trust on our Hedgehogs & Trees collection. Did you know through sales generated from our National Trust collections, a minimum of £20,000 will be given to the National Trust to help look after nature, beauty and history for everyone, for ever? We’d love to hear all about your favourite National Trust places. Let us know in the comments below.