The National Trust for Scotland is updating the formal and walled gardens at Brodick Castle, including wonders like the Bavarian Summerhouse and new sculpture for the middle lawn space overlooking the Firth of Clyde.
The Foundation has long supported work at the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum, and in Fiscal Year 2018-19 we funded important structural repairs to the exterior of the Burns Cottage and the development of a public garden space behind the Cottage that has improved the environment for the benefit of the local Ayrshire community and is […]
With the help of members and friends who generously supported our 2018 annual appeal we were able to fully fund the restoration of the water feature at the center of Culzean Castle’s Fountain Court. The repairs are now complete and the magnificent fountain is fully functional again. The restoration work was completed with the expertise […]
Benefiting from our matching gift challenge appeal in the fall of 2015, the gardens at Falkland Palace will be reinstalled to the specifications of the 20th-century designer, Percy Cane. One of the few remaining examples of Cane’s work in Britain, the garden is renowned for its historical value and artistic significance. Sadly, the garden deteriorated […]
During the summer of 2016, the Foundation was challenged to raise $45,000 by the end of the year to support the restoration of the Walled Garden at Culzean Castle & Country Park. The successful campaign was matched dollar-for-dollar by NTSUSA Treasurer Kennedy Richardson – whose ancestors built Culzean – allowing the National Trust for Scotland […]
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