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(From Western Morning News)
Mischief-makers from one of the nation's best-loved cartoons have been running riot at a National Trust property.
Characters from The Beano have been let loose on Arlington Court, near Barnstaple, in a bid by the charity to shed stuffy preconceptions about its image.
The house features in this week's issue of The Beano, as the Bash Street Kids get up to no good on a visit there.
It is the first time the National Trust has given fictional characters keys to all of its 300 homes and access to the 617,500 acres of land it cares for. The Beano's team of illustrators and comic whizzes have had full creative control as …