About The National Trust
We are a charity that works to preserve and protect historic places and spaces, for ever, for everyone. We were founded almost 120 years ago by three passionate Victorians who wanted to preserve outdoor spaces and prevent them from being built on. Today, our places include historic houses, gardens, mills, coastline, forests, woods, fens, beaches, farmland, moorland, islands, archaeological remains, nature reserves, villages and pubs.
About The Wainwright Society
The Wainwright Society was formed in 2002 and now has over 2000 family members. The Society promotes Alfred Wainwright’s vision of introducing a wider audience to fellwalking and caring for the hills. We contribute to public debate on issues affecting landscape quality and the quality of life in upland areas.
Increased membership over the past few years has helped us to raise funds for various good causes including Mountain Rescue Teams, Search and Rescue Dogs, Fix the Fells, Animal Rescue Cumbria and Cumbria Wildlife Trust.
About Frances Lincoln
Frances Lincoln is an imprint of the Quarto Group. It has been publishing on gardens, heritage, lifestyle and the outdoors since 1977. Frances Lincoln also publish stationery in association with a range of UK cultural institutions including Royal Horticultural Society, British Library and British Museum.
About Agile Marketing
Agile Marketing is a publishing-specialist promotions & project management marketing agency, which is administering and coordinating The Thwaites Wainwright Prize for Nature and Travel Writing 2014. Agile project manages a number of awards in the book trade, liaising with publishers and retailers to ensure the campaign to raise the profile of the independently selected titles is maximised in store and amongst readers.
About The Outdoor Guide
There are lots of ideas and personal recommendations from TV presenter and outdoor enthusiast Julia Bradbury, who is a judge for The Wainwright Prize.
About BBC Countryfile Live
BBC Countryfile Live returns to Blenheim Palace on 3-6 August 2017 to bring you the best of Britain’s countryside. Watch an exclusive Countryfile Theatre featuring the presenters; meet rare breeds at Adam’s Farm; climb aboard mighty farm machinery; watch live animal arena shows; discover British wildlife; get stuck into outdoor activities; learn from cooking and craft demonstrations; join live debates and interviews; and shop from hundreds of quality exhibitors.
All activities are included in your ticket price, unless otherwise stated. For full show information and to book tickets visit countryfilelive.com