Jars of National Trust Fresh Air are Given to City Workers

By: Gemma Vardon - Published: Mar 11, 2010 • References: nationaltrust.org.uk & telegraph
Jars of free National Trust fresh air are being offered to stressed-out city workers across the UK. The fresh air has been captured in recycled glass jars from rural and coastal locations including Lake Windermere in Cumbria, Stourhead in Wiltshire and Box Hill, Surrey.

The National Trust fresh air has been collected in recycled glass jars and will give city workers a fragrance of the natural outdoors as each 454 gram jar contains the branded fresh air. For those people unable to get their hands on these jars of fresh air, National Trust is also giving everyone in the country a bonus by opening their doors for free on the weekend of March 20-21, 2010.

Anyone can get their hands--or noses--on the National Trust fresh air by requesting their own free air-filled jar online. Stats for Fresh Air Jars Trending: Older & Average
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