Many properties, especially our countryside places, have been affected by damage from Storm Arwen. Please check the specific property pages before visiting.

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24 Jan 2022

Corrieshalloch community meeting on 1 February

Find out the latest progress on our plans for visitor facilities at Corrieshalloch Gorge.

21 Jan 2022

The Hill House: a century of change

How has this gem of Scottish architecture changed through the decades?

13 Jan 2022

Hidden secrets in our buildings

Clues to the lives of former residents can be found throughout the Trust’s castles and country houses. This story takes a look at a few examples.

12 Jan 2022

Storm Arwen – an opportunity arises

After the severe storm in November, the clean-up process is underway. Although some areas have lost many thousands of trees, it is not an entirely bleak outlook for the future.

12 Jan 2022

Behind the scenes this winter

The Trust’s team of expert staff and volunteers work all year round, carrying out important tasks to conserve our natural and cultural heritage. Here, we share updates from just a few of them.

23 Dec 2021

A guide to walks during the festive period at our North-East places

Our North-East ranger shares an overview of which trails at Trust places have re-opened following the recent storms, and which ones we ask you to avoid.

16 Dec 2021

Crathes Garden blog #8: homage to trees

Join our expert garden guide for a look at the devastating impact of Storm Arwen on the garden and estate at Crathes Castle.

16 Dec 2021

New willow sculptures at Robert Burns Birthplace Museum

Have a look at the impressive new willow sculptures which were recently installed near Burns Cottage in Alloway.

15 Dec 2021

Recording ‘new’ species at Mar Lodge Estate NNR

A slave-making ant, a microscopic fungus and species affected by climate change are among the most recent additions to the Mar Lodge Estate species list.