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    Kellie Castle hosts 1878 and an inexplicable series of visions
    Fresh from recent collaborations with composer Michael Nyman and drum and bass man Goldie, Tim Fitzpatrick of Anstruther art group The Red Field, has taken his inspiration from a small moment in history to create a new and highly imaginative response to the National Trust for Scotland’s Kellie Castle and its past.
    CEO Kate Mavor and the team at Newhailes
    First steps to restore Newhailes flower garden
    National Trust for Scotland Chief Executive Kate Mavor and pupils from Stoneyhill Primary were relocating snowdrops yesterday (Thursday 19 March) at the historic Newhailes estate in Musselburgh, as the first step in restoring its flower garden.
    Trust volunteers happier than most
    The first ever study of happiness amongst its volunteers has found that they are roughly seven per cent happier than the average person, says the National Trust for Scotland.
    Greenbank Woodland Play
    Trust helps first East Ren forest school flourish
    An agreement between conservation charity, the National Trust for Scotland and an East Renfrewshire childcare provider has seen the establishment of the area’s first ever ‘forest school’.
    Path network now open at the David Livingstone Centre
    The ribbon has been cut on a new path network at the National Trust for Scotland’s David Livingstone Centre in Blantyre yesterday (Monday 2 March).
    Tenement House
    Protection for Trust tenement’s unique interior
    The early 20th Century interior at the National Trust for Scotland’s Tenement House in Garnethill, Glasgow has been given a B category listing.
    Robert the Bruce
    First birthday for Bannockburn centre
    The National Trust for Scotland’s Battle of Bannockburn experience is celebrating its first birthday this weekend – the award-winning centre opened on 1 March 2014 and has already welcomed 65,000 visitors.
    Wild land
    Open Letter Submitted to Scottish Govt
    Public trust in the planning process around major infrastructure developments in Scotland is at an all-time low.
    Newhailes Photography Course Event
    Landscape Photographic Workshop at Newhailes
    On Sunday 15 March join the Lothian Rangers at the National Trust for Scotland’s Newhailes for an in-depth Landscape Photographic Workshop in the grounds of one of Scotland’s finest neo-classical mansions.
    Burns by The Little Artists
    The real face of Burns - a new exhibition
    Next month, in the wake of Hogmanay and a month of Burns suppers, when there is such a strong emphasis on tradition and the poetry of Burns, the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum in Alloway aims to shift the focus.
    Hill House in Helensburgh
    Trust seeks repair researcher for Hill House
    The Trust Buildings Department is looking to appoint a practice or organisation to lead a phase of research and development work in a project at Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s Hill House in Helensburgh.
    John Muir Trust Logo
    Support urged for Challenge to Stronelairg Wind Farm
    We are urging our members to support a legal challenge being made by the John Muir Trust against the Scottish Government.
    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.