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    Policy Statement on Beaver Reintroductions to Scotland
    The National Trust for Scotland (NTS) is Scotland’s largest conservation charity, with over 320,000 members, and owning over 760 square kilometres of countryside, including many statutory protected nature sites.
    Kirsty Wandrum from Thorntons meets the Trust team
    Thortons and Trust turn bags to bulbs
    Britain’s best-loved chocolate maker, Thorntons, has turned cash raised from plastic bags into energy-efficient bulbs for conservation charity the National Trust for Scotland.
    Garden at Drum Castle
    Creativity flowers at Drum’s debut Chelsea Fringe programme
    Launch seed bombs, weave willow, marvel at moths and recite rhyme at the National Trust for Scotland’s ambitious and artistic Chelsea Fringe event on Saturday 30 and Sunday 31 May.
    Colonel William Gordon
    Batoni off to Italy
    One of Fyvie Castle's most famed artworks, the imposing portrait of Colnel William Gordon, is hanging in Monza for the summer.
    Outlander filming at Culross
    Outlander devotees drop in to Fife filming location
    More than 200 fans of the historic fantasy drama Outlander will visit the National Trust for Scotland’s Royal Burgh of Culross in Fife on Friday 15 May.
    Woolly hedgehog
    Woollen wildflowers planted at Brodick Castle
    Pupils from Arran Primary Schools and St Matthews Academy, Saltcoats will plant wildflowers with a difference in front of the National Trust for Scotland’s Brodick Castle on Arran on Friday 15 May.
    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.
    Detail from Dinner at Haddo House
    Topical painting hung at Haddo House
    As the nation goes to the polls to vote in the General Election, the National Trust for Scotland is in the process of hanging a painting which featuring Prime Minister Gladstone, as he sought to extend suffrage at Haddo House near Ellon.
    Winning at the Museum + Heritage Awards
    Victory for trailblazing Bannockburn
    The National Trust for Scotland’s Battle of Bannockburn experience in Stirling took a top UK heritage award for innovation last week.
    Right technology - wrong place?
    Richard Luxmoore, the Trust’s Senior Nature Conservation Advisor raises concerns about the impacts for already struggling seabird populations resulting from a proposed network of wind turbines off the east coast of Scotland.
    Google Trekker tracks Trust trails
    The National Trust for Scotland has joined forces with Google Maps to map some of the Trust’s most stunning countryside for virtual visitors all over the globe.
    Pitmedden Garden
    Pretty Pitmedden ready for spring
    The National Trust for Scotland’s Pitmedden Garden and Museum of Farming Life opens its doors to visitors on Friday 1 May.
    Helen Sayles and Sir Moir Lockhead
    Trust Chairs unveil 600 year-old stair
    The newly-appointed Chairman of the National Trust for Scotland, Sir Moir Lockhead and Helen Sayles, the Chair of the Trust’s US Foundation visited drum Castle on yesterday to see how one of Scotland’s oldest surviving wooden stairs has been conserved and placed on display.
    Alloa Tower handover
    Alloa Tower is a landmark for Trust
    The 14th century Alloa Tower in Clackmannanshire is to be the first heritage property acquired by conservation charity The National Trust for Scotland in seven years.
    Actéon meets Tam o' Shanter and Burns to Bernstein
    The Ayrshire Opera Experience and the National Trust for Scotland’s Robert Burns Birthplace Museum present the 2015 tour of the first opera to be translated into the Scots language, Actéon Meets Tam o' Shanter, followed by Burns to Bernstein, a medley of songs and arias.