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    11/05/2016 - Herbal Workshop returns to Pitmedden

    Herb lovers can expect a day of learning, tasting and savouring as the National Trust for Scotland’s Pitmedden Garden hosts a herbal workshop on 21 May.

    26/04/2016 - It’s game on for Game of Thrones at Gladstone’s Land

    The National Trust for Scotland’s suitably historic Gladstone’s Land in Edinburgh’s Royal Mile is the venue for a one-off presentation based on the smash-hit Game of Thrones TV series, which began its new run earlier in the week.

    26/04/2016 - May Day at Drum

    Preparations are underway for another May Day celebration at the National Trust for Scotland’s Drum Castle near Aberdeen.

    22/04/2016 - Trail-building the Trust way

    Two of the Trust’s top trail-building experts are spending the weekend with volunteers repairing tracks used by mountain bikers at Torridon and Ben Lomond.

    15/04/2016 - Brodie springs into action with April events

    The National Trust for Scotland’s Brodie Castle near Forres is gearing up for visitors this Spring, with events including classical music, historic daffodils and classic cars.

    15/04/2016 - International exposure for Inverewe Garden

    The National Trust for Scotland’s Inverewe Garden is featuring on French TV later this week.

    14/04/2016 - Culloden Battlefield given landscape laser-scanning treatment

    Archaeologists from the National Trust for Scotland are using cutting-edge, laser scanning, technology to provide a detailed model of the battlefield of Culloden, 270 years on from the event.

    11/04/2016 - Historical hustings for Great Scots

    There’s more than one set of candidates battling it out for victory in the Scottish polls in the coming weeks - five historical heroes are in the running for the title ‘Great Scot’ in a survey by the National Trust for Scotland.

    11/04/2016 - Spring ahead with Greenbank Garden’s Daffodil Day

    Gardeners have a golden opportunity to purchase first-class spring and summer bulbs on Sunday 17 April at the National Trust for Scotland’s Greenbank Garden, Clarkston.

    05/04/2016 - A home from home – with added castle

    Conservation charity, the National Trust for Scotland has opened up a historic holiday home for the first time in 25 years.

    05/04/2016 - 270th anniversary of the Battle of Culloden

    On April 15 and 16, the National Trust for Scotland's Culloden Battlefield and visitor centre will be hosting the 270th Anniversary of the Battle of Culloden.

    04/04/2016 - Henry’s holiday llama-rama at Culzean

    Conservation charity the National Trust for Scotland is inviting you to meet Henry, its newest member of staff at Culzean Castle and Country Park near Maybole in Ayrshire.

    23/03/2016 - Trust responds to Scottish Government update on beavers

    In response to the Scottish Government’s update on beavers today (23 March), conservation charity the National Trust for Scotland has urged that full decision on the species’ future in Scotland is made as soon as possible.

    22/03/2016 - Birding on the Battlefield

    The National Trust for Scotland and the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds have teamed up for a drop-in Bird and nature watch at Culloden Battlefield on Easter Monday (28 March).

    04/03/2016 - Kellie Castle’s got the springtime blues

    Following in the tradition of Thomas Erskine, the 6th Earl of Kellie, the National Trust for Scotland’s Kellie Castle near Pittenweem will host an evening of music on Friday 18 March at 7pm.

    03/03/2016 - Digital modelling of human skull from Culloden

    As the 270th anniversary of the fateful Battle of Culloden approaches, archaeologists from conservation charity the National Trust for Scotland have joined with The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh to apply the latest technology to one of its unfortunate victims.

    02/03/2016 - Culloden focuses on female Jacobite stories over Mother’s Day weekend

    Women’s stories and skills during the Jacobite uprising are the focus of events at the National Trust for Scotland’s Culloden Battlefield and Visitor Centre on Saturday 5 March.

    02/03/2016 - National recognition for National Trust for Scotland gardener

    Nick Hoskins, who retired last February from his position as Head Gardener at the National Trust for Scotland’s Broughton House and Garden in Kirkcudbright, has been awarded a Certificate of Merit by the Royal Caledonian Horticultural Society.

    24/02/2016 - Allan helicopters in to manage Trust finances

    Scotland’s largest conservation charity, the National Trust for Scotland has appointed a new Chief Financial Officer and Director of Corporate Services.

    24/02/2016 - Glasgow School of Art show starts at Pollok House

    A challenging exhibition of contemporary artworks created by students from Glasgow School of Art opens at the National Trust for Scotland’s Pollok House on Thursday 25 February.

    23/02/2016 - From tower to Trust’s turrets

    Conservation charity the National Trust for Scotland has appointed a new General Manager to oversee Aberdeenshire’s most outstanding heritage.

    19/02/2016 - Haddo hosts birthday bash for man in black

    The National Trust for Scotland’s Haddo House is the venue for a concert marking what would have been Johnny Cash’s 84th birthday on 26 February.

    19/02/2016 - Hunt for Easter fun is on with National Trust for Scotland and Cadbury

    Dozens and dozens of Easter hunts take place at the National Trust for Scotland’s historic houses, glorious gardens and cracking countryside over the Easter weekend.

    18/02/2016 - People’s Postcode Lottery players help Scotland’s heritage

    Heritage projects all over Scotland got a boost today, thanks to the support of players of People’s Postcode Lottery.

    18/02/2016 - Art everywhere as Drum Castle readies for visitors

    It’s all about art at the National Trust for Scotland’s Drum Castle near Aberdeen this week, as the team prepares for the new visitor season.

    12/02/2016 - See snowdrops at the House of the Binns

    See the first sign of Spring at the House of the Binns near Linlithgow on Saturday 20 February at 1pm.

    12/02/2016 - See snowdrops at Newhailes

    See the first sign of Spring at the National Trust for Scotland’s Newhailes, Musselburgh on Sunday 21 February.

    11/02/2016 - Ready for battle with rubbish swords and tatty targes

    The National Trust for Scotland’s Culloden Battlefield Visitor Centre have been having a clear out and uncovered all sorts of stuff to upcycle into rubbish swords and tatty targes on Monday 15 and Tuesday 16 February.

    11/02/2016 - Conservation charity calls for meeting to solve flooding problems

    The National Trust for Scotland, the country’s largest conservation charity, has contacted the Perth and Kinross Council to seek a meeting about long-standing flooding problems affecting Cottown on the Carse of Gowrie, near St Madoes.

    10/02/2016 - Surge in seal pups at St Abbs

    Ongoing monitoring by National Trust for Scotland wildlife experts has shown that the number of grey seal pups born at St Abbs in Berwickshire increased by at least 10 per cent in the last year.

    08/02/2016 - NTS challenge on ship-to-ship oil transfers in Moray Firth

    Scotland’s largest conservation charity, the National Trust for Scotland, has challenged plans to allow oil tankers to undertake ship-to-ship oil transfers in the Moray Firth.

    05/02/2016 - Whisky Galore – Canna House shows off its SS Politician whisky haul on 75th anniversary of the ship’s sinking

    Fiona McKenzie, archivist at the National Trust for Scotland’s Canna House, has shared this picture of two bottles of whisky recovered from the SS Politician which grounded off Eriskay 75 years ago today (5 February).

    04/02/2016 - Ribbon cut on new Culloden shop

    National Trust for Scotland staff donned period costume to cut the ribbon on the revamped shop at Culloden Battlefield Visitor Centre.

    03/02/2016 - Scotland’s largest conservation charity appoints new Trustee

    Conservation charity the National Trust for Scotland has appointed a new Trustee to its Board.

    28/01/2016 - NTS squirrel census sees reds return

    A survey by conservation charity the National Trust for Scotland has found that red squirrels have been spotted once again at properties in Perthshire and Fife, after years of absence.

    28/01/2016 - Friends support footpath repairs at Ben Lomond

    A generous grant of £1000 will help the National Trust for Scotland repair paths on one of Scotland’s most popular munros – Ben Lomond - this year.

    28/01/2016 - See snowdrops all over Scotland

    Six National Trust for Scotland properties are taking part in the Scottish Snowdrop Festival from 30 January to 13 March.

    25/01/2016 - Fresh air and fitness for conservation volunteers

    The National Trust for Scotland’s Conservation Volunteer Groups will be taking a trip to Newhailes in East Lothian this winter to help tackle unruly vegetation and repairing fencing at Ben Lomond, according to their latest programme.

    18/01/2016 - Culloden shares its secrets with archaeology tour.

    Visitors will have the chance to hear more about the fascinating archaeology at the National Trust for Scotland’s Culloden, on Sunday 31 January.

    18/01/2016 - Scotland’s sub-tropical oasis afflicted by tree disease

    One of the world’s most renowned gardens, Inverewe, near Poolewe in Wester Ross, has been affected by the nationwide spread of the tree disease Phytophthora ramorum.

    14/01/2016 - A real rescue dog for Drum

    Junior, an 11 month old Staffordshire Bull Terrier Cross, came to the rescue of the National Trust for Scotland’s Drum Castle with a donation of towels from the Scottish SPCA centre in Drumoak.

    14/01/2016 - Burns Cottage prepares for first supper in 200 years

    The historic cottage where Burns was born will host a very special event on 25 January 2016 – the first Burns Supper in more than 200 years.