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    06/04/2017 - Culloden commemoration planned

    A series of talks from some of the Battle of Culloden's most eminent experts have been lined up at the National Trust for Scotland's Culloden Battlefield visitor centre to mark the 271st anniversary of the battle.

    05/04/2017 - 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.

    04/04/2017 - Double the fun for Barry Mill ducks

    One of Angus's most popular Easter events has been expanded to run over two days this April.

    01/04/2017 - 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.

    31/03/2017 - Branklyn ready for look at Trout Lily

    The National Trust for Scotland's Branklyn Garden in Perth is putting its Erythronium collection in focus at a special event on Sunday 9 April.

    31/03/2017 - 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.

    31/03/2017 - 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.

    21/03/2017 - People, Plants Medicine and Lore project at the Battle of Bannockburn

    The National Trust for Scotland's Battle of Bannockburn has received Ł9,600 pounds from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) to run an exciting new community project, People, Plants, Medicine and Lore.

    17/03/2017 - Arran Red Admiral arrives early

    The National Trust for Scotland is reporting its first butterfly sighting of the year, and it is an unusual one - a Red Admiral was spotted in the gardens at Brodick Castle on Arran a few days ago.

    13/03/2017 - 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.

    10/03/2017 - Trust forestry skills on show as Crathes bids farewell to conker giants

    The National Trust for Scotland's expert forestry team from the Mar Lodge Estate will be showcasing their skills in a more public location next week at the charity's Crathes Castle near Banchory.

    23/02/2017 - Twilight tour starts Georgian House's 2017 celebrations

    See behind the blinds at the National Trust for Scotland's Georgian House as the New Town property gets ready to throw its doors open to visitors once again.

    08/02/2017 - Conservationists highlight Celtic Rainforest

    Two conservation charities have joined forces to share the secrets of one of the UK’s richest and most mysterious habitats – the Celtic Rainforest.

    08/02/2017 - Do stop for snowdrops at the National Trust for Scotland

    They are the hopeful heralds of spring and for the National Trust for Scotland, snowdrops have become a star attraction for visitors wanting to shake off winter lethargy.

    03/02/2017 - Burns calls out for votes to bag a share of bag charge fund

    The National Trust for Scotland's Robert Burns Birthplace Museum in Alloway is bidding to bag a massive cash boost from the Tesco Bags of Help initiative.

    27/01/2017 - Tam Dalyell dies aged 84

    It is with great sadness that we learnt of the passing of Tam Dalyell.

    17/01/2017 - Burns birthplace ready for birthday celebrations

    The only supper to take place in the very building where Burns was born is the centrepiece of celebrations marking the bard’s birthday at the National Trust for Scotland’s Robert Burns Birthplace Museum in Alloway this January.

    09/01/2017 - Two Trust sites sight wildcats

    Wildcats have been spotted at two National Trust for Scotland sites in Aberdeenshire in recent months.

    01/01/2017 - Door opens on 2017 at Burns Cottage

    Burns Cottage welcomed its first first-footers through its front door in over 100 years as 2017 arrived. Local children Carrie Cook, Sophie Steele, Efe Tural and Matthew McDowall (all aged 9, from Alloway Primary) were the first to enter the cottage through the door in a more than a century.