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    Angela Cairns

    | 28 Aug 2014

     

    I have been thinking about my favourite NTS location. I probably have to say it would be Culzean Castle. The best view is sitting on the rocky outcrop in the sea, when the tide is out, looking at the castle on top of the cliff and all the surrounding countryside and coastline. You can see a lot of birds too. I find it is very therapeutic. When I still used a camera with film, I took a photo, I reckon about 1997, and had a couple of placemats made of it at Boots. It wasn't that artistic but it brought back memories of a happy Sunday.

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Heirloom Project

  • Dear Friends/Family, I would like to share a contribution page with you which has been created in the $bookTitle$ book. To view the page please click on the following link: $findContributionLink$ National Trust for Scotland Online Book https://www.theonlinebookcompany.com/OnlineBooks/NationalTrustScotland/Contributions/Find/HeirloomProject/kathycallahan
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    Kathy Callahan

    | 28 Aug 2014

     

    I have visited many of the properties held by the National Trust. A few weeks ago I visited Iona and Staffa. Together, they would be my heirloom. Iona is very important to the cultural life of both Scotland and England. As the starting point for re-Christianization of the north, it is a significant historic site. Staffa 's unspoiled beauty is like nothing I've ever seen. The vegetation, animal life and geological formations are great teaching tools for all generations.

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