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burgie

Is there hope for Burgie Castle?

Will Burgie Castle crumble in the footsteps of its neighbour Blervie Castle? We hope not...

Date added: 07 May 2016
baltersan

Drone's-eye view of Baltersan Castle

Take to the skies to see Baltersan Castle from a very different perspective!

Date added: 22 Apr 2016
cowanes

£2million funding should restore ailing Cowane's Hospital in Stirling to full health

The Cowane's Hospital Maintenance Trust are celebrating a significant funding boost which should see their plans for the 17th-century building come to life.

Date added: 10 Apr 2016
kilmahew

Kilmahew Castle thrown a lifeline

Funding recently allocated to St Peter's seminary in Cardross could see new life breathed into Kilmahew Castle

Date added: 31 Mar 2016
partick

The Bishop's Palace and Partick Castle rediscovered in Glasgow

The 400-year-old mystery of where the medieval Bishop's Palace of Glasgow and 17th-century Patrick Castle once stood has been solved - thanks to some fortuitous sewage works!

Date added: 31 Mar 2016
hunterston

Hunterston Castle - Small but Perfectly-formed

Hunterston Castle was believed to have been moated once given its position on marshland near Seamill in Ayrshire.

Date added: 24 Mar 2016
richard oram

A trio of treasures voted amongst the most innovative architecture in Scotland

What do a castle, an abbey and a palace have in common? They have all earned the vote of Richard Oram, the Scottish Castles Association President, as some of Scotland's most iconic examples of Scottish architecture.

Date added: 15 Feb 2016
knock

Knock Castle - original 17th-century treasure available to let soon

Knock Castle's future is set to be secured as work to convert its oldest manifestation into a property suitable for letting progresses.

Date added: 03 Feb 2016
abergeldie

Abergeldie Castle rescued from the brink

The devastating floods which have affected north-east Scotland put many properties at risk, including historic Abergeldie Castle on Royal Deeside.

Date added: 14 Jan 2016
crossbasket

Crossbasket Castle given a £9million kiss of life

Long neglected, badly vandalised and left virtually derelict, Crossbasket Castle near High Blantyre, Lanarkshire has been restored to its former glory.

Date added: 07 Jan 2016
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