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  • AGM

AGM 2013 Summary (PDF)

Annual Review 2013 (PDF)

2013 Agenda (PDF)

2012-13 Annual Statements (PDF)

2012 AGM Minutes (PDF)

Annual Accounts February 2013 (PDF)

AGM 2011 Minutes (PDF)

2010 Annual General Meeting (PDF)

  • General

Corporate Plan - Growing, 2014 - 2015 (PDF)

Haddo Local Assembly Programme 2014 (PDF)

Third Quarter 2013 KPI Reporting (PDF)

Statement of Political Neutrality (PDF)

Governance Regulations 2013 (PDF)

Taking Root - First Quarter 2013-14 KPI Performance Report (PDF)

Sowing the Seeds: End of Year Report (PDF)

Your Gift in Action 2013 (PDF)

Sowing the Seeds Fourth Quarter Key Performance Indicators (PDF)

Taking Root - Year Two Corporate Plan (PDF)

Sowing the Seeds - Third Quarter Key Performance Indicators (PDF)

Sowing the Seeds - First and Second Quarter Key Performance Indicators (PDF)

Corporate Information Document FaQ (PDF)

Corporate Information Document (txt only) (PDF)

Board of Trustees Feb 2012 Minutes (PDF)

Briefing Paper No.1 The Single Farm Payment Scheme of the EU CAP (PDF)

Corporate Plan - Sowing the Seeds 2012/13 (PDF)

NTS Five Year Strategy 2011 (PDF)

NTS Five Year Strategy 2011 TEXT ONLY (PDF)

NTS Five Year Strategy 2011 LARGE PRINT TEXT ONLY (PDF)

National Trust for Scotland Constitution (PDF)

Board of Trustees March 2011 Minutes (PDF)

  • Reports

Historic Scotland / RCAHMS Merger - National Trust for Scotland Briefing Note (PDF)

Property Portfolio Review (PDF)

Annual Review 2011-12 (PDF)

The Report to the Board and Financial Statements 2011-12 (PDF)

Annual Review 2010-11 (PDF)

Report to the Board and Financial Statements 2010-11 (PDF)

Annual Review 2009-2010 (PDF)

The Report to the Board and Financial Statements 2009-10 (PDF)

Annual Review 2008-09 (PDF)

The Report to the Board and Financial Statements 2008-09 (PDF)

Annual Review 2007-08 (PDF)

The Report to the Board and Financial Statements 2007-08 (PDF)

  • Vacancies

Customer Service Administrator_Job description_April14 (DOC)

Customer Service Centre Admin_Application form_Mar14 (DOC)

Chef & Kitchen Superviser_Crathes_Mar14 (DOC)

Chef & Kitchen Supervisor_Application form_Feb14 (DOC)

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About the Trust > Who we are
The National Trust for Scotland is a charity set up in 1931 for the preservation and conservation of natural and human heritage that is important to Scotland and the world.

The Trust has gone on to become Scotland's largest membership organisation and a leader in conserving and promoting the country's treasured places so that they can be enjoyed by present and future generations..

The properties we care for straddle a timeframe that stretches from the earliest geological processes to the Mesolithic and on to the 20th century eras of human existence: they encompass architectural wonders; coastlines, which along with 400 islands and islets, provide homes for over one million seabirds; natural landscapes and all the wildlife they contain; 200,000 acres of countryside; 46 Munro mountains; 394 miles of mountain footpaths; 35 major gardens nourishing 13,500 plant varieties; seven national nature reserves; 45 site of special scientific interest; St Kilda, the UK's only dual World Heritage Site; works of fine art and more than 100,000 precious artefacts representing both the highest levels of craftsmanship and the prosaic needs of lives once lived.

Without the Trust's involvement, many of these places and things would have been lost forever.

Appropriately enough for a charity which looks after important battlefields, the Trust itself is constantly at war. There is a never-ending struggle to fund conservation work – it is estimated that the Trust needs over £75 every minute of every day just to maintain the properties in its care. There is also conflict on the micro-level as conservators and other specialists, such as stone masons, try to roll back the continual offensives launched by time, wind, water, ice and voracious insects.

Our places are part Scotland's history and tell the story of us all: we conserve them for you to enjoy. Please support us in any way you can.

A video Introduction to the National Trust for Scotland

Registered Scottish Charity Number SCO 07410

Head Office:
Hermiston Quay,
5 Cultins Road,
Edinburgh, EH11 4DF.

Tel: 0844 493 2100

Email: information@nts.org.uk

Patron - HRH The Prince Charles, Duke of Rothesay KG KT GCB OM

President - Jamie, 16th Earl of Lindsay

Chairman - Sir Kenneth Calman KCB DL FRSE

Deputy Chairman - Professor Ian Percy