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    Leith Hall hosts piano recital
    Join one of the UK’s most original and exciting composers for a tea time concert in the Music Room at the National Trust for Scotland’s Leith Hall, near Huntly on Friday 26 September.
    Stonemason at work
    Trust offers chance to train in the craft of stonemasonry
    Conservation charity the National Trust for Scotland is currently offering two apprenticeships in stonemasonry – one for an adult looking to retrain into this highly-skilled craft and one for a junior apprentice.
    Spook yourself this Halloween at one of our frightfully fun events
    This October, the National Trust for Scotland is organising events to send shivers down your spine at historic buildings known to be the home of ghosts and terrifying legends.
    Macbeth given 21st century Remix
    Shakespeare’s famous Scottish Play, Macbeth with its murder, manipulation and treachery, will be performed at the National Trust for Scotland’s Brodie Castle on 26-28 September, like you’ve never seen before.
    Findhorn Arts Festival
    Festival artists gather for one big picture
    Many of the artists taking part in Scotland’s newest arts festival gathered together on Findhorn beach to raise a glass to celebrate the countdown to the inaugural event.
    Brodick burning circle event
    Burning the Circle 2014: Bronze, fire & boats at Brodick Country Park
    For a few days this month, the Bronze Age roundhouse at the Isle of Arran’s Brodick Country Park will come alive with the sounds, smells and tastes of the island’s rich prehistoric past.
    Trust asks: Is there a place for heritage?
    Conservation charity the National trust for Scotland has launched a debate with its 320,000 members about its future.
    Leach’s Storm-petrel
    Squeak has a bubble during St Kilda weigh-in
    This ball of fluff is a recently hatched Leach’s Storm-petrel, one of the subjects of an innovative monitoring project on the remote Hebridean archipelago of St Kilda.
    Seabirds soar at Trust colonies
    Some species of seabirds have had their most successful breeding seasons for a decade, reports the National Trust for Scotland.
    Derry Footbridge has collapsed after sever flooding at Mar Lodge Estate
    Mar Lodge Estate counts the cost of flood damage
    Serious flooding has caused damage on an unprecedented scale to areas around Aberdeenshire and Royal Deesside in what is being described as a 1 in 200 year event.
    Detail from Brini painting
    See Falkland’s painting conservation progress
    The project to conserve an important 16th Century Italian painting at the National Trust for Scotland’s Falkland Palace in Fife is proceeding apace.
    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.
    Make it Wednesday at Holmwood House
    Join the team at the National Trust for Scotland’s Holmwood House every month for crafts and refreshments on the south side of Glasgow.
    Piano at Castle Fraser
    Trust pianos set to perform for first time in decades
    Beautiful and unusual pianos and organs at National Trust for Scotland properties across Moray and the North east are set to chime after decades of silence, thanks to a project by music expert Dr Roger Williams.