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.
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