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    Has Drum’s ghost been captured on camera?

    Has Drum’s ghost been captured on camera?
    Staff at the National Trust for Scotland’s 700 year-old Drum Castle have been left scratching their heads at a mysterious image captured by a webcam.
    Trust starts hunt for Chairman’s successor
    Scotland’s largest conservation charity, the National Trust for Scotland, is to seek a successor to take over from its Chairman, Sir Kenneth Calman, when he completes his term of office in a year’s time.
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    Ceilidh for Ben Lomond!
    Cottiers Theatre & Bar in Glasgow’s West End is the venue for this latest in a series of events being held by the National Trust for Scotland to raise funds for the ongoing conservation of Ben Lomond.
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    House of Dun volunteer receives highest accolade at Trust awards
    A green-fingered volunteer at House of Dun has been honoured with a National Trust for Scotland Volunteer of the Year award at a ceremony in Edinburgh.
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    Volunteer team at the Georgian House commended at Trust awards
    Volunteers at the National Trust for Scotland’s Georgian House in Edinburgh have been given a range of special commendations for their continued support across all aspects of the property’s work. The ceremony in Edinburgh recognised the outstanding volunteers across a range of categories, including Properties, Gardens and Group awards.
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    Thomas Carlyle’s Birthplace Museum volunteers recognised by Trust
    The volunteer team at Thomas Carlyle Birthplace Museum in Ecclefechan have been nominated in the National Trust for Scotland’s Volunteer of the Year Awards.
    Halloween thrills at Leith Hall
    This Halloween, the National Trust for Scotland’s Leith Hall, Kennethmont, will host a chilling weekend of spooky-themed activities across the historic site on 1 and 2 November.
    Frighteningly good fun at Killiecrankie
    Get crafty this Halloween at the National Trust for Scotland’s Killiecrankie Visitor Centre in Perthshire, where spooky crafts and games await.
    Halloween murder mystery at Hill of Tarvit
    The team at the National Trust for Scotland’s Hill of Tarvit need some help this Halloween solving a mysterious murder, with visitors arriving at a suspicious crime scene.
    Christmas events
    Beat the crowds at Haddo’s Christmas Fair
    For the chance to buy your Christmas gifts early this year and get into the festive spirit, come along to the National Trust for Scotland’s Haddo House, where a Christmas Craft Fair will be running on 1 and 2 November.
    From bags to bulbs – Trust to benefit from plastic bag charges
    A top retailer will donate the cash raised from a new 5p plastic bag charge being introduced to its Scottish stores to conservation charity the National Trust for Scotland.
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    Russian art first for Alloway
    The first ever exhibition of Russian artworks in Alloway is underway at the National Trust for Scotland’s Robert Burns Birthplace Museum.
    Haddo – house of horror?
    This Halloween, events take a spooky turn at the National Trust for Scotland’s Haddo House, near Ellon on 30 and 31 October. The historic property is holding three different frightening and fun events to mark Halloween.
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    Centenary debut for WWI medals
    Kitbags, medals and other military effects dating from the First World War have gone on show at the National Trust for Scotland’s Hill of Tarvit mansion near Cupar, 100 years after the outbreak of ‘the Great War’.
    50000th visitor to Bannockburn
    Battle of Bannockburn Experience welcomes its 50,000th visitor in 700th anniversary year
    The National Trust for Scotland’s Battle of Bannockburn Visitor Centre celebrated its 50,000th visitor today (9 October 2014) since opening on 1/3/14.