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    Culzean Castle

    Trust’s devolution to deliver major heritage investments
    Scotland’s largest conservation charity, the 350,000-member National Trust for Scotland, has begun formal consultation on significant changes to its structure as well as proposals to invest tens of millions of pounds in its iconic heritage properties, its systems and people.
    St Kilda
    Trust celebrates anniversary of St Kilda’s World Heritage status
    The owners of St Kilda, conservation charity the National Trust for Scotland, are marking the 30th anniversary of its world heritage designation by a special commemoration and the launch of a new fundraising appeal.
    Pupils attend Going Green
    Hundreds of pupils get the green message at Castle Fraser
    Primary pupils from Aberdeen and across Aberdeenshire have had great fun exploring environmental issues at the National Trust for Scotland’s Castle Fraser this week during a two day environmental educational workshop.
    Escape the Past at Pollok
    Heritage first takes escape game to another level
    Scotland’s answer to Downton Abbey, Pollok House, has brought its visitor experience bang up to date for summer 2016 with the launch of an escape room game.
    Wildcat hybrid
    Trust cameras trap new leads for wildcat work
    Conservation charity the National Trust for Scotland is reporting that wildcat hybrids have been spotted on new camera traps at sites at either side of Scotland in the last few weeks, giving hope that there could be wildcats nearby.
    Red squirrel
    Reds only at Drum Castle
    There was good news for the push to protect red squirrels in Scotland today, as the National Trust for Scotland announced that Drum Castle near Aberdeen has been confirmed a ‘red-only’ zone.
    Craigower Pylon
    Challenge lodged against SSE pylon plans
    As Scotland's leading conservation charity we're concerned about unacceptable proposals to construct a run of 50 metre high electricity pylons close to some of the nation’s most important heritage.
    Glenfinnan repairs
    Conservation work underway at Glenfinnan
    Vital conservation work has started at the National Trust for Scotland’s Glenfinnan Monument on the shore of Loch Shiel.
    Northern Lights at Drum
    Northern Lights shine a light on Aberdeen Art Gallery works at Drum Castle
    Four centuries of art - from 17th Century paintings to contemporary DVD installations – have been unveiled at Drum Castle in Aberdeenshire in its latest venture with Aberdeen Art Gallery.
    Pupils at Smail\'s
    Pupils part in printing exhibition
    Primary Six pupils from St Ronan’s Primary School have played a pivotal part in a new exhibition marking the 150th anniversary of the National Trust for Scotland's Robert Smail’s Printing Works.
    Allied Antagonists at Newhailes
    Bursts of modern colour brought to Newhailes
    Mirrored pyramids, a model dinosaur and an eruption of multi-coloured balls are among the thought-provoking and playful artworks created around a 300 year-old stately home.
    Our Manifesto for the Scottish Parliament Elections 2016
    We're calling on candidates standing for election to the Scottish Parliament in May 2016 to consider heritage as a means of improving wellbeing.