Friday, 20 March 2015

79/365: National Trust Booklet


National Trust booklet | in the recycling bag.  I now have the 2015 handbook, so this one is no longer needed!

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  1. I dumped a 2013 Rail timetable today and four menus from the same Chinese Restaurant! I have three days to go on my Dump Your Junk decluttering and then I will have completed 31 days!

    have taken five bags to the Red Cross Charity Shop today, to stop me having them hanging around and then dipping into the bags and thinking 'oh I want that!'

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    1. Well done. Are you planning to keep decluttering next month?

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    2. Not at the same rate but I will continue. I have also become more thoughtful about buying new things - questioning do I really want this.. Thank you for the inspiration.

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  2. Hello Eileen, Just popping by to say hi & thanks for putting the Scavenger Hunt together with Joy. I'm sad that's its over but pleased that I found all twenty and today is the first day of spring!

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  3. What is The Natl. Trust book? Is it related to travel? The picture made me think that. Blog walking again today preparing for the a-z challenge. Always nice to connect with more bloggers, good luck with the challenge.

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    1. The National Trust was formed back in 1895 to protect and save the heritage of England, Wales and Northern Ireland and to make it available to the public for ever. There is a similar, but separate, organisation for Scotland. The handbook lists all the properties run by the trust and provides details of opening hours, etc. for its members.

      You can read more about the National Trust here: http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/what-we-do/what-we-protect/

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