‘A’ is for Apple

‘A’ is for Apple

And so, as the year turns onwards, we find ourselves harvesting apples and picking the first of the rich black brambles. Our apple trees this year are absolutely laden with fruit and we have had to start picking early to lighten the load and prevent some of the older...
Voices from the Past

Voices from the Past

What an exciting time we have been having recently In the last three weeks we have been visited by two former gardeners who were employed (not simultaneously) by Miss Mitchell in the 1950’s. It is so important for us when we make contact with people who have been...
Trossachs Search & Rescue Visit

Trossachs Search & Rescue Visit

As I walked up the long driveway to the House a two-way radio crackled into life. “One body is in the bushes and the other body is in the stables….” It was difficult to know if I had heard correctly for just at that moment a helicopter was flying low over the grounds...
January Snowdrops

January Snowdrops

Public Ownership On December 15th, 2017, the wonderful Bannockburn House passed into public ownership for the first time in three and a half centuries, so Bannockburn House Trust now owns the House and the surrounding grounds of twenty-six acres. In the coming years...
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