Video gallery

To see all of the latest films from the National Trust, take a look at our YouTube page. If you would like to use any of the following videos, please contact Lisa Gledhill.

What is a BioBlitz and how can you be part of it?

Find out more about how you can get involved in our largest ever survey of coastal wildlife with 1 of the 25 BioBlitzes we are running this summer.

Neptune Rising – Celebrating 50 years of the National Trust’s coastline campaign

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the National Trust’s Neptune Coastline Campaign and to thank the nation for 50 years of support, Neptune, God of the Sea, has risen from the ocean at the iconic White Cliffs of Dover in a visual spectacular. A series of still imagery and a stop-animation film captured the action to inspire and remind the nation to enjoy the British coast this summer and beyond.

Neptune Rising: Behind the scenes

A chance to take a look at how the Neptune Rising film was made at the White Cliffs of Dover.

Rescued from the ruins. A video diary of the salvage operation at Clandon Park

Even before the smoke had cleared, National Trust experts were working to salvage what they could from the wreckage of Clandon Park. Fire devastated the 18th century Surrey mansion in April 2015. Here, paintings expert Tina Sitwell shares her video diary of rescue work in the first few days after the disaster.

A day in the life of Kite the sheepdog

Kite has been working as one of the National Trust’s herding dogs for three years. Here, shepherd Andrew Capell gives us an insight into Kite’s working life at Orford Ness on the Suffolk coast.


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