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    Coral Beach

    Spring into the outdoors with Lochalsh Wildlife Watch Club
    Come to Coral Beach for the opening of the National Trust for Scotland’s Lochalsh Wildlife Watch Club 2016 season on Monday 2 May at 10.30am.
    Drum Castle
    May Day at Drum
    Preparations are underway for another May Day celebration at the National Trust for Scotland’s Drum Castle near Aberdeen.
    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.
    St Kilda
    St Kilda celebrates first World Heritage Day with new protections in place
    The seas around St Kilda, the National Trust for Scotland’s World Heritage Site have extra protection in place this World Heritage Day (18 April), after tough new safeguards came into force earlier this year.
    Culloden LiDar
    Culloden Battlefield given landscape laser-scanning treatment
    Archaeologists from the National Trust for Scotland are using cutting-edge, laser scanning, technology to provide a detailed model of the battlefield of Culloden, 270 years on from the event.
    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.
    Culzean Castle
    A home from home – with added castle
    Conservation charity, the National Trust for Scotland has opened up a historic holiday home for the first time in 25 years.
    Henry the llama
    Henry’s holiday llama-rama at Culzean
    Conservation charity the National Trust for Scotland is inviting you to meet Henry, its newest member of staff at Culzean Castle and Country Park near Maybole in Ayrshire.
    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.