Community Engagement Assistant Leanne Kirkpatrick explains how an internship with the Trust is helping her gain the skills and experience needed for
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On this eve of Halloween and daylight saving, OB, JS and first-timer SOB join me for an afternoon of dramming. GL unfortunately discovers, twelve
I tried this sample blind. And now that I’ve looked up what it is, I am very grateful for having been given the opportunity to try it by BvdP.
Soothing…invigorating…relaxing…enlivening. Beyond our basic human needs, there’s something very uplifting about being in, on or near water.
One thing we can still enjoy is the great outdoors in Scotland and the fantastic local country parks that can be found right on our doorstep. From
One of the creepiest legends to come out of old Scotland is the tale of Sawney Bean (or Beane), whose cave-dwelling, cannibalistic family allegedly
Valentin Maugard is 9 months through his one-year placement with the Trust’s team in Ayrshire through the European Solidarity Corps. When lockdown
Duncansby Stacks, Caithness A little daydreaming never hurt anyone. Yes, times are still uncertain, but we all need something to look forward to! To
Are you looking for a relaxing coastal break by the water, but don’t know where to go? Let us inspire you with these amazing images of Scotland’s
Scottish castles are steeped in enough history and atmosphere to satisfy all sorts of travelers, but typically those with deep pockets — royal
Exploring Scotland is always something special, but it can be even more magical with little ones in tow, when you can experience it all through their
Today is 4/04. It seems like a good day to have four drams. Why not make them four drams from closed distilleries? The weather is nice again*, so let
Although it’s not possible to come to Scotland at the moment, thanks to the wonders of modern technology, you can still see stunning views of our
The London Whisky Club is a growing name in town, with many events and a rather large following. If they put up a tasting with bottles from closed
My name is Jen and I graduated from the University of Stirling in 2019 with a degree in Environmental Geography degree. I applied for a Scottish