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23 Sept 2019

Meeting our members

A white National Trust for Scotland logo is placed over a dark orange brush stroke. The background is a paler orange, with white contour lines at the edges.
We’re looking forward to meeting our members to share our achievements over the past year.
Review of 2018/19

Our members play a huge role in enabling the Trust to do all we do for the love of Scotland. It’s only thanks to their vital support that we can protect Scotland’s natural and national treasures.

On Saturday 21 September 2019, the Trust’s Annual General Meeting provided an opportunity to update members in person on our charity’s achievements over the past year.

Chief Executive Simon Skinner shared the progress the Trust is making in delivering our Strategy for Protecting Scotland’s Heritage 2018–23.

We’ve made a good start and are already hard at work on the next steps towards achieving our vision that Scotland’s heritage is valued by everyone and protected now, and for future generations.


The National Trust for Scotland works every day to protect Scotland’s national and natural treasures. From coastlines to castles, art to architecture, wildlife to wilderness, we protect all of this for the Love of Scotland.