Posts Tagged ‘National Trust’

The Great British Walk: Toyah Willcox

September 12th, 2012

Toyah tells The National Trust about her favourite walk at Croome Park in Worcestershire. Why not tell ‘The National Trust’ about your favourite walk? Watch Toyah’s walk by clicking below, and view all of our Toyah related ‘Great British Walk’ news here.

There’s also a brief Toyah article on Toyah’s Great British Walk at the National Trust website: It’s the setting of Croome Park that appeals to Toyah Willcox, the multi-talented singer, performer and writer. ‘We tend to forget the fabulous countryside we have all around us, and it’s there for us to discover’, she said. There’s also a PDF file available with details of Toyah’s walk.

National Trust Magazine: Did You Know?

September 10th, 2012

As previously reported, Toyah is the cover star of the Autumn 2012 issue of the National Trust Magazine.

Did you know? The magazine has a readership of 3.76 million, and it currently has the sixth highest magazine circulation in Britain (and that figure doesn’t include the digital version).

Three issues are sent out every year – Spring, Summer and Autumn – and are delivered as part of the National Trust members’ mailout, which includes local newsletters and other information for Trust members.

Meaning those great photos of Toyah with the umbrella will be seen by almost four million people! View the digital version online.

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National Trust: The Great British Walk!: Trailblazers

September 6th, 2012

Toyah is the cover star of the Autumn 2012 issue of the ‘National Trust Magazine’, plus an interview & great photos.

This season sees the start of our big walking festival, with some 3,000 outdoor events scheduled for our sites nationwide. To help us launch it we’ve asked four familiar faces to reveal where – and why – they love to roam…

Toyah Willcox: Singer, author and presenter, at Croome

The benefits of walking are so underestimed! It’s free and it gives you instant access to the wonderful diversity of the British landscape. I think it’s so important to walk; to explore and to escape your very day routine – it’s so good for your body and mind. I’ve always loved walking as it has proved to be the perfect exercise for me. I’ve had problems with my joints throughout my life, particularly my hips, so I can’t go running…

Croome is a very special place to walk. I live nearby and make sure I come here at least twice a month…

• Continue reading online at the digital edition of the ‘National Trust Magazine’. It is also available to buy for £3.95 as a physical publication. (Photos © National Trust)

National Trust Magazine: Toyah In Autumn Issue

June 18th, 2012

The National Trust’s Facebook confirmed today that the Toyah photo session held at Croome Park last week will be included in the Autumn issue of the National Trust Magazine. Here’s Toyah with Debbie Schrieber and Helen Beer. (Photo © National Trust)

Toyah News Briefs

June 17th, 2012

• Toyah tweeted a great photo yesterday from a ‘National Trust’ photo shoot that took place at Croome Park, Worcestershire this week. (Photo © Toyah Willcox)

• Tracey Ullman’s Toyah impersonation, from the first series of Three Of A Kind, has just been uploaded to You Tube.

• The Criterion Collection release a new Quadrophenia Region 1 DVD and Blu-ray in August, with all new artwork. They now have a page dedicated to the release at their website.

• As previously mentioned, The Tempest is also being released on Region 1 Blu-ray in August. No artwork has been released for this yet.

• Toyah was played on today’s David Jensen Double Top 20 on ‘Smooth Radio’. David was counting down the Top 20 from this week in 1981.