Take a FREE Look at Our Glorious Heritage; YOUR CHANCE TO ENJOY A FAMILY DAY OUT AT ONE OF SCOTLAND'S HISTORIC SITES

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IF YOU have been collecting the tokens to gain free admission to National Trust for Scotland property, then today we print the last in the series.

Enjoy a day out at one of Scotland's magnificent historic properties - from castles and stately homes to glorious gardens and battlefields.

The National Trust for Scotland takes care of more than 100 such sites throughout the country.

Many have shops, tearooms and restaurants to add to your visit and other facilities, such as adventure playgrounds, make a trip to a Trust property an ideal day out.

The Glenfinnan Monument, set amid superb Highland scenery, was erected in tribute to the clansmen who fought and died in the cause of Prince Charles Edward Stuart.

Despite its inspired beginnings and subsequent successes, the Prince's campaign came to its grim conclusion in 1746 on the battlefield of Culloden, now also in the Trust's care.

In Fife, Kellie Castle dates from the 14th century. It contains magnificent plaster ceilings and a fascinating

Victorian nursery and old kitchen. …