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    Craigievar Primary in the kitchen garden

    Community takeover for Craigievar kitchen garden
    Pupils from Craigievar Primary School are getting ready to play an important part in caring for their local heritage. They are taking over the cultivation of the kitchen garden at the National Trust for Scotland?s Craigievar Castle near Alford.
    Paul Martin
    BBC Flog It comes to Culzean Castle
    Flog It, the popular BBC One antiques programme presented by Paul Martin, is set to visit Ayrshire on Thursday 18th May. The Bristol based BBC production recently transmitted its 1000th episode and the 16th series is currently being recorded. The show regularly achieves an audience of more than two million viewers in its weekday afternoon slot.
    Beautiful, historic covers unveiled at Culross Palace
    Dedicated volunteers have hand-crafted a series of stunning textiles for the National Trust for Scotland?s Culross Palace.
    Inverewe glasshouse
    Rare species set to thrive in new Inverewe glasshouse
    Inverewe?s huge and unusual plant collections will blossom at the National Trust for Scotland garden for years to come, as a new glasshouse is now in operation.
    Mar Lodge Estate
    Trust welcomes five year plan for promoting park life
    Scotland?s largest conservation charity, the National Trust for Scotland, has thrown its weight behind measures to improve wildlife habitats in the Cairngorms National Park?s proposed new Park Plan.
    Hill of Tarvit
    Inspiring nature at Hill of Tarvit
    New for the 2017 visitor season (which starts on 1 April), the National Trust for Scotland?s Hill of Tarvit will be running a series of nature-themed events.
    Digging at Bannockburn
    People, Plants Medicine and Lore project at the Battle of Bannockburn
    The National Trust for Scotland?s Battle of Bannockburn has received £9,600 pounds from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) to run an exciting new community project, People, Plants, Medicine and Lore.
    Mull Historical Society
    Upside Doon announces first batch of bands
    Alloway?s one day music festival Upside Doon has announced the first batch of bands joining its 2017 line up.
    Heritage benefits from players’ support
    The National Trust for Scotland is delighted to have attended the 2017 People’s Postcode Lottery annual Charity Gala where it was announced that £66.3 million was awarded to charities and good causes in 2016 - thanks to players of People’s Postcode Lottery.