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‘Scotland is Now’ shows Scotland’s dynamism

Mark Bishop, Director of Customer & Cause for the Trust, gives his take on the latest VisitScotland campaign.

‘Let Da Stons Spaek!’

Learn more about the Viking and Iron Age archaeology on Unst, Britain’s most northerly island.

The Royal Company of Archers

The Dalyells of the Binns have a long tradition of serving in the Royal Company of Archers, the Sovereign’s Bodyguard in Scotland.

Pioneering role for Brodick Castle

Brodick Castle will be the proving ground for a brand new approach to property presentation when it reopens in 2019.

Souter Johnnie: the man behind the legend

While working at Souter Johnnie’s Cottage, Project Reveal Team South-West explored the life and work of an 18th-century shoemaker.

Trust welcomes Chris Packham’s Bioblitz campaign

TV presenter and naturalist Chris Packham is coming to the Trust for his Bioblitz campaign this July.

Does the Scottish Government’s cultural strategy lack a sense of place?

On World Heritage Day, the Trust highlights the need for place to be given prominence in the forthcoming Cultural Strategy.

The St Kilda Diaries: 15 to 30 April 1909

Extracts and transcripts from the handwritten diaries of Alice MacLachlan.

Spring finally arrives at Mar Lodge Estate

Paul Bolton, Head Ranger at Mar Lodge Estate is pleased to see the season’s change at the Trust’s biggest property.

Product Recall Notice - Goobands

We have just received notification of a safety recall affecting Goobands products which were on sale at some of our shops in the last few weeks.

Culzean’s newly restored Fountain Court ready for first events

The first events for over a decade will soon take place on Fountain Court in front of Culzean Castle. 

Celebrate spring with Greenbank’s Daffy Days

Greenbank Garden is gearing up for its popular Daffodil Days event.

Last call for new Trustees

Applications for new Trustees close this Friday 13 April.

All-weather fun at Culzean Castle

Travel writer Robin McKelvie tests Culzean Castle’s wet weather options on his latest trip.

Battle for Culloden’s future begins, says top academic

The granting of planning permission last month for new homes near Culloden has set a damaging precedent for one of Scotland’s most important historic sites, according to a prominent military historian.

The St Kilda Diaries: 1 to 14 April 1909

Extracts and transcripts from the handwritten diaries of Alice MacLachlan.

‘Waste not, want not’: exploring food and cooking in a 20th-century Glasgow tenement

Project Reveal Team West discovers fascinating food facts at the Tenement House in the heart of Glasgow

Dealing with the Devil

Project Reveal head to the House of the Binns to catalogue the table where ‘Bluidy Tam’ is said to have played the Devil at cards.

Rare wildlife spotted at Crathes Castle

One of Scotland’s most elusive species of rabbit has been spotted on a Crathes Castle trail camera.

Student benefits from first Dick Balharry prize

Douglas Carchrie, 19, from Perthshire has secured the first ever award of the Dick Balharry Prize, a £3,000 travel bursary.

Canna hosts symposium on connections to St Columba

Canna House Archives is hosting a symposium on 9 June exploring the island’s links with St Columba

Trust thanks players of People’s Postcode Lottery

Thanks to the support of players of People’s Postcode Lottery, the Trust has welcomed more visitors to Culzean Castle and Country Park

Brodick Castle and the tale of the plant hunters

Many plants collected by plant hunters over 100 years ago can be seen in Trust gardens today.

Fossils and forefathers (geology rocks!)

Project Reveal go on an adventure through time at Hugh Miller’s Birthplace.