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    JM Barrie\'s birthplace

    Book signing tradition reborn at Barrie’s birthplace
    Who will be the first Wendy to rekindle a tradition from forty years ago at the National Trust for Scotland’s JM Barrie’s Birthplace?
    Bute House
    Chandelier in Bute House update
    Conservation charity the National Trust for Scotland has undertaken a preliminary investigation within its archives of the provenance of a chandelier hanging in the Drawing Room of Bute House.
    Canna exhibition
    Focus on Canna for Charlotte Square display
    The stunning Hebridean island of Canna is in focus for a photographic display in Edinburgh this August.
    Andrew on his bike
    Andrew takes to his bike to raise Trust funds
    Dedicated National Trust for Scotland manager Andrew McKenzie is undertaking a terrific feat of endurance to raise funds for the charity he works for – he’s undertaking a 236 mile bike ride on 23 August.
    Moirlanich Longhouse
    Memories of Moirlanich shared
    The fascinating history of the National Trust for Scotland’s Moirlanich Longhouse near Killin will be part of a memories event this August.
    Alice MacLachlan
    85th anniversary of St Kilda evacuation marked with diarist’s arrival
    As the eighty-fifth anniversary of the evacuation of St Kilda approaches later this month, the National Trust for Scotland has published a first-hand account of the arrival of a new resident on St Kilda.
    Mark Bishop
    Mark Bishop to lead the National Trust for Scotland’s fundraising
    Scotland’s largest conservation charity has announced the appointment of a new Head of Development, who will take forward its ambitious fundraising targets.
    Vote opens to find favourite coastal sound
    Whether it’s the sound of waves rolling on to golden sands, seagulls crying from the clifftops or children playing on the beach, the National Trust, National Trust for Scotland and the British Library are on a mission to discover the UK’s favourite coastal sound, as part of a three month crowd-sourced sound project, sounds of our shores.
    Runners on Ben Lawers
    Quadrathlon pays for paths at Ben Lawers
    Artemis have donated £2000 for path upkeep at the National Trust for Scotland’s Ben Lawers in Perthshire.
    Lochaber pupils
    Lochaber High launch #Glenfinnan200 campaign
    Pupils from Lochaber High took this extra-large selfie at the National Trust for Scotland’s Glenfinnan Monument this week, to mark historic tower’s 200th birthday.
    Martyn Ware on Brighton beach
    Unique mapping project to capture the sounds of our shores
    The public is being asked to record the sounds that shape and define our relationship with the coast around the UK in a three-month crowd sourced sound project – ‘sounds of our shores’ – being launched today by the National Trust, National Trust for Scotland and the British Library.
    Scott McMaster and Chris Rutterford with the mural
    Epic mural unveiled at Bannockburn
    The award winning Battle of Bannockburn visitor centre is entering the next spectacular phase in its development. Their latest addition is a massive new mural by Chris Rutterford which has taken more than a year to complete.
    David Livingstone Centre secures National Lottery support
    It was confirmed today (Thursday 11 June 2015) that the David Livingstone Trust has been successful in gaining initial support for a grant of £3.5million from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) to transform the David Livingstone Centre into a leading heritage attraction, celebrating the life of one of the most influential, but unsung, Scots. The award includes a grant of £334,000 to help develop the project to the next stage.
    Newhailes exhibition
    Artist in residence exhibits at Newhailes
    Works inspired by the National Trust for Scotland’s Newhailes in Musselburgh have gone on display at the historic estate.
    Leave no trace - abide by the Scottish Outdoor Access Code
    This summer has seen an increase in reported cases of littering by irresponsible campers at countryside locations across Scotland.