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Athena Losing trust in the National Trust

THIS year has not been the 125th anniversary year that the National Trust wanted. The organisation asserts that it has lost £200 million as a result of the corona-virus pandemic and proposes to cut 1,200 members of staff. As a by-product of these difficulties, it has.

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