A charity founded in 1895 to protect Britain's buildings, landscapes and coastlines
The UK National Trust is a charity founded in 1895 with a mission to protect Britain's buildings, landscapes and coastlines.
Telephone: Local: 0344.800.1895
Address: The National Trust, PO Box 574, Manvers, Rotherham, S63 3FH
Visit: UK National Trust online at www.nationaltrust.org.uk
Max Bryant is the General Manager for the National Trust’s North Coast region in Northern Ireland, and has worked for the Trust since 2008.
He moved to Northern Ireland after meeting his wife who was a bridesmaid at the same wedding where he was best... Read Full Bio
Explore Irish heritage sites in Northern Ireland with Max Bryant, General Manager North Coast for the National Trust. Hear about Giants Causeway, Cushendun Village and several locations used in "Game of Thrones".
Brave heights and cross an authentic rope bridge over the Atlantic in Northern Ireland with Frank Devlin, Countryside Manager North Coast Including Giant's Causeway and Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, for the UK National Trust.
Kevin Duncan grew up on his family-owned farm nestled in the Glens of Antrim, not far from where he now works as National Trust countryside ranger. The best part of the job, he says, is the role he has in safeguarding the landscape - and inspiring others t... Read Full Bio
Explore Cushendun Village and the Antrim Coast of Northern Ireland with Kevin Duncan from the UK National Trust. Learn about visiting the area and its unique history and friendly people.
Originally from Transylvania, Romania, Laurence Ghisoiu first visited Northern Ireland as a tourist in 2008 but now he calls the causeway coast home.
Laurence has worked for the National Trust Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge for over 2012 years, welcoming t... Read Full Bio
Laurence Ghisoiu, Visitor Experience Ranger for the UK National Trust shares stories of Northern Ireland, tips on fishing, and tells us what it's like to cross the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge.