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United by a common belief that nature, beauty and history are for everyone, our three founders, Octavia Hill, Robert Hunter and Hardwicke Rawnsely, set up the National Trust in so that natural and historic places could be protected for future generations.
By the end of the 19th century, rapid industrialisation was threatening to sweep away the country’s heritage and destroy its remaining. Graham Murphy explores the origins of the National Trust through the lives of its three founders - Robert Hunter, Octavia Hill and Hardwicke Rawnsley - and provides a fascinating documentary of the nineteenth century open space movement.
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The Three Founders of the National Trust. Octavia Hill () by Peter Clayton. ByOctavia Hill was well known as campaigner for housing and urban spaces. She was a pioneer for Sir Robert Hunter () by Ben Cowell. Canon Hardwicke Rawnsley () by Vivian Griffiths.
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The National Trust was founded on 12 January by Octavia Hill, Sir Robert Hunter and Canon Hardwicke Rawnsley. Over the last years we’ve become one of the UK’s largest charities, caring for historic places and areas of beautiful countryside.
Octavia Hill was one of the three founders of the National Trust and this book details her legacy and the large holdings of the modern National Trust. Clergyman and co-founder of the National Trust. After working with Octavia Hill in London, Rawnsley became Vicar of Ambleside in He became involved in campaigns to protect the local countryside and formed the Lake District Defence Society (later The Friends of the Lake District).
Buy Founders of the National Trust (National Trust History & Heritage) New Ed by Murphy, Graham (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices Founders of the National Trust book free delivery on 4/5(4). Sir Robert Hunter KCB Founders of the National Trust book October – 6 November ) was a solicitor, civil servant and co-founder of the National Trust.
From the s Hunter was interested in conservation of public open spaces, and worked with other pioneers in this field, including Octavia Hill and Hardwicke Rawnsley.
The National Trust was founded on 12 January by Octavia Hill, Sir Robert Hunter and Hardwicke Rawnsley. Over the last years we’ve grown to become Europe’s largest conservation charity, caring for historic properties and areas of beautiful countryside for everyone, for ever.
The National Trust cares for a wealth of houses and historic buildings of all types, ranging from the grand to the quirky to the humble. This captivating book, fully revised and updated and featuring more houses than ever before, is a guide to some of the greatest architectural treasures of Britain, encompassing both interior and exterior houses covered include spectacular /5(37).
Graham Murphy explores the origins of the National Trust through the lives of its three founders - Robert Hunter, Octavia Hill and Hardwicke Rawnsley. Graham Murphy explores the origins of the National Trust through the lives of its three founders - Robert Hunter, Octavia Hill and Hardwicke Rawnsley - and provides a fascinating documentary of the nineteenth century open space movement.
All three were far-sighted 4/5(4). The National Trust was formally constituted on January 12th, The vision of three pioneers – Octavia Hill, the housing reformer, Sir Robert Hunter, solicitor of the Commons Preservation Society, and Canon Hardwicke Rawnsley, a Lake District clergyman, the Trust was vested with the power to 'promote the permanent preservation for the benefit of the Nation of lands and tenements.
Graham Murphy explores the origins of the National Trust through the lives of its three founders - Robert Hunter, Octavia Hill and Hardwicke Rawnsley - and provides a fascinating documentary of the nineteenth century open space movement.
All three were far-sighted individuals with vigorous campaigning track : Graham Murphy. With many famous names connected to National Trust places, you’ll find all sorts of folk in this section, as well as larger works about particular periods, groups or events.
Explore our history and biography books. One of the three founders of the National Trust, Octavia Hill was a pioneering thinker and social reformer. She worked tirelessly to improve urban housing and to protect green spaces and the impact of her life and work is still being felt.
The National Trust Book of Scones 50 Delicious Recipes and Some Curious Crumbs of History Sarah Clelland If you’ve ever visited a National Trust property, you’ll know history is best served with a scone.
Sarah Clelland – author of the ‘National Trust scones’ blog – combines her quirky guide to 50 National Trust places withFile Size: 3MB. Gardens of the National Trust Hardcover – November 1, by Stephen Lacey (Author)Cited by: 1.
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The National Trust’s collection of books comprises overtitles, held in over historic houses and properties. Taken as a whole the collection is one of international importance owing to its unique ability to provide an unparalleled record of private book ownership and use over many centuries. From hedgerows to kitchens, seaside to country houses, art to gardens and poetry to history, our brilliant book selection has been specially put together to satisfy all the readers in your life.
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Sarah Clelland brings you 50 scone recipes from the National y is best enjoyed with a scone, as everyone who’s visited a National Trust house knows. This book brings you the best of both. Scone obsessive Sarah Clelland has gathered 50 – yes 50 – scone recipes from National Trust experts around the country/5().
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Key topics include gardening, cookery, history and heritage. Hardwicke Drummond Rawnsley (29 September – 28 May ) was an Anglican priest, and a poet, local politician and conservationist. He became nationally and internationally known as one of the three founders of the National Trust for Places of Historic Interest or Natural Beauty in the s.
Rawnsley was descended from a line of Church of England vicars, and after briefly considering. The National Trust for Historic Preservation is a privately funded, nonprofit organization based in Washington, D.C., that works in the field of historic preservation in the United member-supported organization was founded in by congressional charter to support the preservation of America’s diverse historic buildings, neighborhoods, and heritage through its programs Headquarters: Washington, D.C., USA.
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A companion volume to the bestselling Gardens of the National Trust, this captivating book is a guide to some of the greatest architectural treasures in the country, encompassing both interior and exterior design of more than properti/5. Books pay tribute to National Trust founder Canon Rawnsley as one of the three founders of the National Trust.
Yet, he has, arguably, played a greater part in shaping the Lake District we know. The Past and Future City, by Stephanie Meeks, president of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
A detailed description, supported by unique empirical research, of the many ways that saving and restoring historic fabric can help a city create thriving neighborhoods, good jobs, and a vibrant economy.
Learn more about the book. A book that had to be written and I came to the end with a sense of dismay clearly another 50 at least to go. Sarah Clelland appears to have come late to the National Trust, with the first inklings of incipient middle age perhaps, and as a Johnny-Come-Lately could be irritating/5.
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The 14 winners across multiple disciplines were.National Trust is the author of The National Trust Manual of Housekeeping ( avg rating, 29 ratings, 2 reviews, published ), Gentleman's Relish (3 /5.
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