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National Trust Paving

Westminster Stone have pleasure in presenting the National Trust Landscape Collection. Four ranges of paving, flagstones and landscaping products of unrivalled quality and character influenced by National Trust properties and gardens across the country.
The collection offers the discerning home owner products that reflect the best of our nation’s landscape heritage, with high quality Stonecast products chosen by the National Trust because they are more sustainable than quarrying for new stone.

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Special Places - Our work with the National Trust

We are extremely proud that we were chosen by the National Trust to form this Collection. The heritage of the houses and gardens within their care dates back hundreds of years and their legacy is to maintain them 'for ever, for everyone'. The gardens and landscapes are part of the UK's great history and many of the designs for these gardens continue to inspire us today. Our paving collection takes inspiration from some of these beautiful places including Hidcote Manor in the Cotswolds, Tatton Park in Cheshire and Barrington Court in Somerset. Every time something from this Collection is sold it generates income for the Trust so that they can continue their work to preserve and restore.

See who else is part of the National Trust Brand Licensee programme Here

The National Trust has a diverse range of products for your home, garden & lifestyle. Made by experts in their industry, we are proud to recommend these products that have been inspired by the special places, spaces and collections in our care. We partnered with Westminster Stone to create a range of paving and garden artefacts, because they offer wholly British manufacturing, are renowned for their authentic reproduction and can offer superb quality at affordable prices.

Phillippa Green, Brand Licensing Manager, National Trust