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    Burns Cottage

    Dramatic tale of Alloway Suffragettes returns to Robert Burns Birthplace
    “CauseWay”, the highly-acclaimed walked theatre production exploring a little-known aspect of the women’s suffrage movement in Scotland, returns to the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum from 10 to 12 October.
    Canna showcase at Mòd
    The song and folklore from one of Scotland’s most treasured Gaelic archives on the isle of Canna will be showcased at the Royal National Mòd in Oban this week.
    Walk in Wester Ross’s autumn splendour
    Catch the autumn colours, raging waterfalls and wonderful wildlife at National Trust for Scotland places across this ‘Walktober’.
    Historic setting for 30th anniversary screening for “Back to the Future”
    Back to the Future” fans have a final chance to grab the remaining tickets for a 30th anniversary back-to-back screening of the entire trilogy on Wednesday 21 October 2015 - the date Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) travelled to in the future in the second film. The event takes place at the National Trust for Scotland’s Haddo House in Aberdeenshire.
    Drum Castle
    Drum Castle laid bare
    It is harvest time at the National Trust for Scotland’s Drum Castle near Aberdeen. This is a busy time, when the garden borders are planned and replanted whilst the soil is still warm and the design of the borders can still be seen in colourful array.
    Horse Chestnuts
    Witches’ brew – watch out for nature’s potions, as Halloween approaches
    As Halloween draws near, National Trust for Scotland Gardens and Designed Landscapes Adviser Ann Steele shares some insights into the shadier side of gardens.
    Drum Art Gallery
    £25k extra help for Scotland’s heritage
    Scotland’s heritage is going to get even more protection thanks to the players of People’s Postcode Lottery. The National Trust for Scotland is one of 63 charities receiving an extra £25,000 from players of the charity lottery.
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    New appointments for heritage charity board
    National Trust for Scotland members voted to appoint two new Trustees to the conservation charity’s board at its Annual General Meeting on Saturday 26 September.
    Autumn walks
    Trust bursting with October week options
    There are events designed to keep young heritage hunters happy all over Scotland this October, says the National Trust for Scotland.
    Threave graduates
    First graduate from Heritage Gardening Diploma
    The National Trust for Scotland’s School of Heritage Gardening has announced this year’s graduates, including the first person to attain the new four-year Diploma in Botanic and Heritage Horticulture, an award made jointly with the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh.
    CEO Simon Skinner
    Chief Exec reveals more Trust members than ever
    Ahead of his first Annual General Meeting as Chief Executive, the National Trust for Scotland’s Simon Skinner revealed that the conservation charity’s membership is now the highest it has ever been.
    Drum\'s documents
    Setting Drum’s records straight
    Archivists and conservators at the National Trust for Scotland have started delicate and painstaking work to ensure that historic documents at one of Scotland’s oldest intact castles survive for future generations.
    Billboard at Glencoe
    National Trust for Scotland campaign puts countryside in the picture
    The National Trust for Scotland is framing two of its biggest and best known landscapes to launch this year’s Footpath Fund Appeal.
    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.