PROGRAMME LAUNCH: National Trust for Scotland (15472)

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National Trust for Scotland


Soooooo excited!


Hi everyone,


We are delighted to announce the launch of our new affiliate programme.

We would love you to be part of our programme and help us increase our membership which in turn helps us protect and share some of Scotland’s most precious historic places and natural landscapes. You can find out more and join here:

Our places are popular with families for memorable days out and much loved by anyone with an interest in history and culture.

We're looking forward to welcoming you on board.


Best wishes,

Alan Garland


About National Trust for Scotland

National Trust for Scotland is the independent charity that protects and shares some of our country’s most precious historic places and natural landscapes on behalf of the people of Scotland.

With over 380,000 members we’re the largest membership organisation in Scotland. Each year we welcome 3 million visitors to our 88 visited properties, 300,000+ artefacts, eight national nature reserves and more than 76,000 hectares of countryside and gardens

Since 1931, we’ve pioneered public access to and shared ownership of some of the most magnificent buildings, collections and habitats in Scotland. We care for ancient houses, battlefields, castles, mills, gardens, coastlines, islands, mountain ranges and all the communities, plants and animals which depend upon them.

Culzean Castle, Robert Burns Birthplace Museum, Glencoe National Nature Reserve, St Kilda, Mar Lodge National Nature Reserve, Culloden, Bannockburn and Ben Lomond are among the jewels that are familiar to anyone who has ever lived in or visited Scotland. These places mean so much to so many people. From the simple fun and happiness of taking the children around a country park, the exhilaration of being alone with only the sounds of the sea and the birds, and the quiet contemplation of great historical events to experiencing simple insights into the daily routines of lives once lived.

Together, the places and objects in our care tell the stories of Scotland and the Scots: how our people travelled and interacted with the wider world, taking with them their energy and values and returning with new ideas and treasures. Without our involvement, many of these places and things would have been lost forever to the damage caused by time, tide, climate, voracious pests and developers.

National Trust for Scotland offers affiliates 10% commission on the annual cost of membership.


You can learn about the Trust here [] and our membership products here []

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If you have any questions about our affiliate program, please find all the info here [] or send an email to Alan at