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In search of the azure

Inverewe is home to an impressive 11 species of dragonfly and damselfly, and hosted a recent training event with the British Dragonfly Society.

Planning Bill changes are ‘point of no return’ for Scotland’s heritage

The Trust has called on the Scottish Government to save Scotland’s heritage by overhauling the planning system in forthcoming legislation.

Thig comhla rium gu Uibhist a Deas

Thoiribh sùil air na seallaidhean a thug buaidh mòr air Margaret Fay Shaw (1903-2004).

Meet me in South Uist

Explore views of the island which first made photographer and folklorist Margaret Fay Shaw (1903–2004) fall in love with the Hebrides.

Celebrating young people in the Highlands

We’re marking the Year of Young People across our Highland places.

Photography on the Edge: Part 3

Tourists to St Kilda frequently held patronising views about the islanders, much to the irritation of the St Kildans.

Project Reveal – One year on and 12 months of progress

To celebrate the first anniversary of Project Reveal, we’ve chosen a selection of images which illustrate the diverse range of objects in the Trust’s collections.

We’re delighted that Abertarff House is opening in 2018

Abertarff House, Inverness’s oldest secular house, will open to the public for a limited time this summer, thanks to conservation work carried out by the National Trust for Scotland.

Giving Glencoe a fresh focus

At number 14 on the Trust’s 100 Ways list is our plan to invest in visitor services at Scotland’s most iconic glen.

Hornel’s photographic eye and the influence of Japanese photography: part 2

In Japan in 1893, Edward Atkinson Hornel was exposed to a wide variety of different types of Japanese photography.

Call for papers: Morton Photography Symposium at Broughton House

The Camera, Social Networks and The Inaccessible, from the 19th Century to the Present Day

The spirit of the age

Project Reveal’s West Team discover the delights of the Weaver’s Cottage collection.

Photography on the Edge: Part 2

Photographs that returned to the mainland from St Kilda reinforced myths about its people and were used to market the island.

Exciting new exhibition at Inverewe’s Sawyer Gallery

A new exhibition opened on 21 July by artist Ann Coomber, featuring a sculpture inspired by Inverewe.

Hornel’s photographic eye and the influence of Japanese photography: part 1

A trip to Japan in 1893, and exposure to photography there, changed Edward Atkinson Hornel’s entire approach to painting.

Aberdeenshire: 3-day itinerary

From a garden masterpiece in Ellon to a fairytale castle in Alford, there’s so much to discover in Aberdeenshire.

Chris Packham shares his love of Scotland

Chris Packham, naturalist and wildlife presenter, has recently embarked on a new campaign.

Bringing play to Brodie

Number 13 on the Trust’s 100 Ways list is a garden with a difference – discover Brodie Castle’s Playful Garden.

Photography on the edge: Part 1

Photographs of St Kilda in the Trust collections reveal tourists hungry to ‘experience’ the ‘primitive’ life of the islanders.

Tree and bat surveys at Inverewe

Conservation volunteers help survey trees and bats across the estate at Inverewe.

Chris Packham’s UK Bioblitz – nature reserves are not enough!

On Saturday 14 July, naturalist and wildlife presenter Chris Packham embarks on a new campaign: a huge Bioblitz, visiting almost 50 sites in all 4 countries of the UK in just 10 days.

Marvellous marquetry

The Dunfermline dressing room in Fyvie Castle boasts a fabulous collection of marquetry furniture.

Elevating the experience at Inverewe

Number 12 on the Trust’s 100 Ways list is an exciting addition to beautiful Inverewe Garden.

Summing up species

At number 11 on our 100 Ways list is the work we do to monitor Scotland’s wildlife.