It would appear that the National Trust is once again having trouble deciding just where it stands on ethical matters ( remember Stag hunting? ). Perhaps a little in depth research will reveal that many of their historic piles ( not to mention precious remaining coastline now in their care ) will not best be enhanced by lines of 50m derricks ( and all that goes with them ) along the perimeter.
Excellent summary here by environmentalist George Monbiot: http://www.theguardian.com/environment/georgemonbiot/2013/oct/24/dame-helen-ghosh-fracking-wind-turbines-national-trust
If they have any doubts at all perhaps they might spend just 6 minutes viewing Dr Colborn's video ( linked in our previous posting ).