NOW lockdown has eased some National Trust attractions in Worcestershire have reopened for walks.

Croome Court outdoor spaces are open, but visitors need to book in advance, otherwise they will be turned away.

Indoor spaces remain closed.

Meanwhile Bredon Barn and Ashleworth Tithe Barn are open for walks.

But The Firs, the birthplace of Elgar, and Greyfriars' House and Garden remain closed.

A National Trust spokesman said: "Our gardens, parks and countryside sites are open for you to explore.

"Some places may be very busy over Easter, so we strongly advise you book your visit in advance and follow government guidance on travel. 

"The safety of our staff, volunteers and visitors from the nearby community remains our priority. Please check the property webpage before you travel."