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    Burns by The Little Artists

    The real face of Burns - a new exhibition
    26/01/2015
    Next month, in the wake of Hogmanay and a month of Burns suppers, when there is such a strong emphasis on tradition and the poetry of Burns, the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum in Alloway aims to shift the focus.
    Bachelors\' Club
    First female attendee for Bachelors’ Club Burns Night
    23/01/2015
    A Burns academic from the University of Glasgow will start a brand new tradition on Friday 23 January at the Bachelors’ Club in Tarbolton, by becoming the first woman to attend the event in its 45 year history.
    Pearl II
    Whisky and salt water mix on National Trust for Scotland cruise
    20/01/2015
    The National Trust for Scotland is offering what could be the perfect cruise for whisky fans this May, which as part of Scotland’s Year of Food and Drink, has been dubbed ‘Whisky Month’.
    Hill House in Helensburgh
    Trust seeks repair researcher for Hill House
    22/01/2015
    The Trust Buildings Department is looking to appoint a practice or organisation to lead a phase of research and development work in a project at Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s Hill House in Helensburgh.
    Inverewe
    Inverewe Garden assessing storm damage
    14/01/2015
    Gardeners at the National Trust for Scotland’s Inverewe Garden in Wester Ross are assessing the full scale of the damage caused by violent storms last weekend.
    Culloden visitor centre
    Culloden damage update – collections safe
    14/01/2015
    The National Trust for Scotland has confirmed that there has been no damage to irreplaceable artefacts held in the world-renowned Culloden Battlefield visitor centre after its roof was damaged by exceptionally severe winter storms.
    Burns cottage wrapped up
    Burns Cottage in a bow for birthday bash
    13/01/2015
    Burns Cottage is being wrapped up in big red bow as part of this year’s events to mark Robert Burns’ birthday over 24 and 25 January.
    Culloden Visitor Centre
    Culloden Visitor Centre damaged by January storms
    13/01/2015
    Steps have been taken to secure irreplaceable artefacts held in the world-renowned Culloden Battlefield visitor centre after its roof was damaged by exceptionally severe winter storms.
    Burns Cottage
    Worldwide call for Burns birthday messages
    29/12/2014
    As we all get set to sing one of Robert Burns’ best known works this Hogmanay, the National Trust for Scotland has called for bard fans from all over the globe to send birthday wishes to the poet.
    St Kilda MPA
    Don’t Take the P out of MPAs
    19/12/2014
    Environment charities fear Scottish Government plans won’t protect Scotland’s ailing sea life.

    January Sales 2015
    Bag a Trust bargain
    19/12/2014
    Visit our online shop or get along to properties around the country to pick up a post-Christmas bargain in our fantastic January sale!

    Sir Moir Lockhead
    Sir Moir Lockhead OBE announced as new Chairman to succeed Sir Kenneth Calman
    18/12/2014
    We're pleased to announce that Sir Moir Lockhead OBE is to succeed Sir Kenneth Calman as Chairman when he retires from the role in 2015.

    Help Protect Scotland’s Heritage and you could win a Battle of Bannockburn Tartan Rug
    01/12/2014
    It’s only through the support of our members and donors that we can ensure all the treasures in our care can be enjoyed by present and future generations.
    John Muir Trust Logo
    Support urged for Challenge to Stronelairg Wind Farm
    25/11/2014
    We are urging our members to support a legal challenge being made by the John Muir Trust against the Scottish Government.
    Leave no trace - abide by the Scottish Outdoor Access Code
    21/07/2014
    This summer has seen an increase in reported cases of littering by irresponsible campers at countryside locations across Scotland.