The National Trust has recruited youngsters to sit on its new 'Kids' Council'. It will advise on how the charity can broaden its appeal.
New millstones at old mill
The National Trust celebrates 60 years of stewardship at a Norfolk country house
Campaigners have won their case in the High Court to stop a windfarm being built close to an Elizabethan landmark in Northamptonshire.
Developers wanted to put up four wind turbines within a mile of Lyveden New Bield in Sudborough, but opponents, including English Heritage and The National Trust, argued they would spoil the landscape.
A pair of historic doors which have hung at the gatehouse of a stately home in Norfolk for 500 years have been taken down for repairs.
ITV Anglia's Natalie Gray reports.
The National Trust are celebrating 60 years of caring for Oxburgh Hall in Norfolk.
They will mark the ocassion by planting a commemorative tree in the grounds of the medieval hall.
Oxburgh was saved from being demolished by a property developer in the 1950s when the National Trust took over the estate.
More than a million people have been to the Sutton Hoo Anglo-Saxon burial site in Suffolk since the National Trust opened a visitor centre a decade ago.
To mark the achievement managers are planning a weekend of celebratins on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th June.
The Sutton Hoo Treasure is regarded as Europe's equivalent of Tutankhamen.
Hundreds of visitors have been enjoying a floral treat at a National Trust estate in Norfolk.
Sheringham Park was designed by Humphry Repton 200 years ago and is famous for its Rhododendrons which are now beginning to flower.
The National Trust will celebrate the 25th anniversary of taking over the park later this month (May 2012)