Gardeners at Tyntesfield took part in a mass count to record the number of flowering plans around the estate.
A National Trust site has enjoyed a record month for sightings of different varieties of mushroom.
A popular woodland area will introduce car parking charges for the first time.
More than 6,500 Easter eggs were donated to youngsters thanks to trails around a National Trust site.
Plans to build a new visitor’s centre at a grade II-listed building have been slammed by a parish council.
A cancer support group organised a 5km trek around Wraxall to raise money for charity.
A running club from Nailsea is helping to fund vital conservation work at Tyntesfield by donating £1,000.
Families can enjoy becoming a detective on Sherlock’s Super Sleuth Mystery Trail at Tyntesfield.
Children were up to their elbows in pumpkin seeds as they carved scary faces out of giant fruit at Tyntesfield.
A celebration of food, drink, art and craft took place at Tyntesfield.
Tyntesfield has teamed up with Arnolfini in Bristol to bring contemporary art to Tyntesfield.
Adventurous children enjoyed den building, cooking outside and exploring the beautiful woodland around Tyntesfield.
The beauty of Tyntesfield has been captured on film by a drone hovering above the National Trust estate.
History came to life at Tyntesfield as urchins filled the estate begging for scraps and shillings.
Visitors to Tyntesfield saw what life would have been like in the army under Queen Victoria over the weekend.
Tyntesfield can be seen on the big screen this week in a comedy film about a group of pensioners, turned bank robbers.
Pirates took over Tyntesfield to put on treasure hunts and puppet shows for hundreds of guests.
TYNTESFIELD has become a hub of live music this weekend for the estate’s Live from the Lawn event.
A music festival, an open-air theatre and a revolution are expected to cause a stir at Tyntesfield this summer.
The summer season at Tyntesfield kicks off this Sunday with an outdoor market showcasing top local food and crafts.
Steam engines, fairground rides, Victorian soldiers and a visit by Queen Victoria and Brunel will mark the finale of a month-long celebration of Victorian life at Tyntesfield this weekend.
Young soldiers were put through their paces during a weekend of Victorian-themed activities at Wraxall’s Tyntesfield estate.