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Women in the photographs of E A Hornel – Broughton House

Exploring the stories of women and girls preserved in our historical collections in the west of Scotland.

Margaret Fay Shaw’s photographs of the women of South Uist – Canna House

Exploring the stories of women and girls preserved in our historical collections in the west of Scotland.

Getting personal – the thrill of cataloguing meaningful everyday items

Exploring the stories of women and girls preserved in our historical collections in the west of Scotland.

Future/Past: old and new pictorial views of Forfar, Part 2

Historical photos of Angus helped pupils at Langlands Primary School, Forfar learn about their town.

An adventure duo’s mighty date

National Trust for Scotland member and avid photographer, Jamie Brogan, shares his northern adventure from Inverewe to the east coast ... and lots in between.

From the edge of the world: part 4

Our new blog from St Kilda reveals what it’s like to spend a season working here.

Future/Past: old and new pictorial views of Forfar, Part 1

Historical photos of Angus helped pupils at Langlands Primary School, Forfar learn about their town.

Love of Country – cruise in August 2020

Noble Caledonia are delighted to offer a unique cruise around the Northern and Western Isles that’s been exclusively designed to celebrate Scotland and some of the special places in our care.

7 spectacular cycle routes in Scotland

Looking for an unforgettable cycling adventure? Get on your bike and discover these amazing routes across Scotland!

Throwing new light on difficult histories

Our collections contain a considerable number of controversial objects which we can use to reveal the complexities of our heritage and culture.

From the edge of the world: part 3

Our new blog from St Kilda reveals what it’s like to spend a season working here.

Stories, songs and starlings

Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the death of Margaret Fay Shaw’s friend Pèigi Macrae of South Uist.

Digging up evidence of a forgotten battle

At number 61 on our 100 Ways list is carrying out archaeology to learn more about the Battle of Glenshiel, 300 years on.

300-year-old musket ball and mortar shell discovered from the Battle of Glenshiel

Archaeologists have found the first historic remains of the 1719 battle.

Trustee elections 2019

2019 is an election year for our Board of Trustees and voting is now open.

The Trust wants to grow more gardeners!

Our Garden Apprentice training scheme continues to help grow more professional gardeners to care for our beautiful and important places.

Celebrating World Oceans Day

Today is World Oceans Day. To highlight its importance, Sarah Lawrence (St Kilda Seabird and Marine Ranger) tells us about a recent beach clean undertaken by volunteers on St Kilda.

Liz is digging, for the love of Scotland

In celebration of Volunteers’ Week 2019, we’re highlighting the work of our volunteers.

From the edge of the world: part 2

Our new blog from St Kilda reveals what it’s like to spend a season working here.

Eddie’s caring for our collections

In celebration of Volunteers’ Week 2019, we’re highlighting the work of our volunteers.

Colin’s a conservation champion

In celebration of Volunteers’ Week 2019, we’re highlighting the work of our volunteers.

Going back to the Greek

At number 60 on our 100 Ways list, we’re restoring the unique interiors at Holmwood and sharing our progress with the public.

Celebrating World Environment Day

Today is World Environment Day. In celebration, Richard Luxmoore, Senior Nature Conservation Advisor for the Trust, tells us about the importance of protecting our seabirds.

Volunteering variety

At number 59 on our 100 Ways list is providing volunteers with opportunities to get involved with nature conservation in our dedicated Conservation Volunteer groups.