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    Drum tulips

    Can Drum dig it?
    The beautiful gardens at the National Trust for Scotland’s Drum Castle near Aberdeen are again taking part in the Chelsea Fringe, the off-beat gardening festival that has bloomed around the prestigious Chelsea Flower Festival.
    Branklyn poppies
    Himalayan poppy parade at Branklyn Garden
    The National Trust for Scotland’s Branklyn Garden in Perth is hosting its annual Meconopsis Day on Sunday 29 May for fans of the beautiful blue Himalayan poppy.
    Bruntsfield Primary fly the flag at Bannockburn
    Primary five pupils from Edinburgh’s Bruntsfield Primary attending the award-winning Battle of Bannockburn experience in Stirling on Thursday 12 May had an additional learning experience - they were one of the few people to help raise a saltire flag on the 120 foot historic grade A listed maritime flagpole.
    Crathes, Culloden and Inverewe Garden win Prestigious Award
    Clients of CIE Tours International have voted Culloden, Inverewe and Crathes amongst the UK’s top attractions.
    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.