2022 media releases

National Trust for Scotland media releases from 2022
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Conservation charity, the National Trust for Scotland has confirmed the performers who’ll be making its online Burns celebration – the Burns Big Night In – even bigger and better for January 2022.

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The National Trust for Scotland, which cares for Burns Cottage and the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum in Alloway, has put together another strong line-up of musicians and performers inspired by Burns and his contribution to Scotland and its culture.

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Conservation charity, the National Trust for Scotland has confirmed the performers who’ll be making its online Burns celebration – the Burns Big Night In – even bigger and better for January 2022.

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Could you help care for a castle? Supporters of local heritage are being sought by the National Trust for Scotland’s Kellie Castle & Garden in Pittenweem, Fife to help bring the castle’s fascinating history to life for visitors and support the valuable work of the gardening team.

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An online community meeting about the National Trust for Scotland's Corrieshalloch Gorge Project is taking place on Tuesday 1 February at 6.30pm.

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Site preparation has begun on the National Trust for Scotland’s project to improve visitor facilities at Corrieshalloch Gorge National Nature Reserve, one of the most picturesque and popular sites in the Highlands.

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Conservation charity the National Trust for Scotland has confirmed its commitment to solve technical issues that have recently been affecting the Battle of Bannockburn centre in Stirling.

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The National Trust for Scotland is once again cleaning up after a weekend of storms caused damage to trees and structures on Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 January.

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The National Trust for Scotland has returned the remaining statues on the South Range of Falkland Palace. The statues were removed for urgent conservation treatment, due to the deterioration of the stonework and damage caused by masonry bees.

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Conservation charity the National Trust for Scotland is piecing together the story of one of St Kilda’s most notable residents after winter storms caused the collapse of the stone ‘cleit’ believed to be built on the site of Lady Grange’s House.

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The National Trust for Scotland has announced the return of one of Scotland’s favourite family springtime events - the conservation charity’s popular Easter Egg Trails are back for the first time since 2019.

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Research by the conservation charity, the National Trust for Scotland, at Ben Lawers National Nature Reserve (NNR) has shown that one of the most extreme habitats in Scotland is under threat from climate change.

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To say thank you for the £30m raised for good causes every week by players, The National Lottery is offering free entry and special offers at a range of National Lottery funded venues across the UK as part of The National Lottery Open Week.

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Newhailes is hosting its first family, friendly music festival in the grounds of Newhailes House & Garden on Saturday 7 May 2022! 'Festhailes’ will have a fabulous line-up of Scottish acts, headlined by Kyle Falconer, the lead vocalist of The View.

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The National Trust for Scotland’s Arduaine Garden near Oban will not be opening to the public this spring due to storm damage sustained this winter.

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The National Trust for Scotland was delighted to commence its participation in The Queen’s Green Canopy (QGC) with a planting in the grounds of Haddo House, Aberdeenshire on Friday 18 March.

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The National Trust for Scotland’s historic Royal Mile townhouse, Gladstone’s Land, is launching a new lecture series and tour which will explore the hidden history of Edinburgh’s sexual past.

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Conservation charity the National Trust for Scotland has confirmed details of events to commemorate the Battle of Culloden for April 2022.

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Alexander ‘Greek’ Thomson, a pioneer of Greek revival architecture will be turning 205 on 9 April, and conservation charity the National Trust for Scotland is hosting a celebration at Holmwood House in Cathcart.

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Visitors returning to the National Trust for Scotland’s Threave Estate this spring will already be able to see the impacts of a 100-year project to restore and regenerate an important area of wetland and woodland habitats, the conservation charity has said.

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The front doors at the National Trust for Scotland’s Leith Hall near Huntly are about to reopen for the first time since 2019.

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Visitors to historic Moirlanich Longhouse in Perthshire will now be able to experience an atmospheric sound installation, bringing to life the voices of the people who once lived there.

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Conservation charity the National Trust for Scotland has confirmed that the wildfire that has badly affected it Balmacara Estate in Ross-shire has been extinguished

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The National Trust for Scotland is delighted that four of its woodlands have been chosen as part of a nationwide network of 70 Ancient Woodlands to be dedicated to The Queen in celebration of the Platinum Jubilee.

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Over 1,600 people came along to Newhailes House in Musselburgh to enjoy the sold out Festhailes music festival on 7 May.

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The National Trust for Scotland is launching the Mr. Goose Resilience Festival, inspired by the beloved children’s book ‘Mr. Goose’. The Mr. Goose Resilience Festival will take place at the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum in Ayrshire from 4-5 June 2022.

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The National Trust for Scotland has been working with Barbadian artist Annalee Davis on the project Contesting Landscapes of Distraction at Balmacara Estate in Wester Ross.

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The National Trust for Scotland is launching the Mr. Goose Resilience Festival, inspired by the beloved children’s book ‘Mr. Goose’ over the Jubilee weekend. The Mr. Goose Resilience Festival will take place at the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum in Ayrshire from 4-5 June 2022.

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From late June to late October this year, the Georgian House will be the venue for an exhibition focusing on a foundational figure in Edinburgh’s musical history.

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Visitors have just over a week to experience 'From Glasgow to Japan: Hornel at Pollok House', an exhibition which explores ‘Glasgow Boy’ artist Edward Atkinson Hornel's portrayal of Japan. The exhibition will close on 19 June 2022.