The House of Dun, near Montrose, part of the National Trust for Scotland, has had a very busy and successful year.
John McKenna, who is property manager at The House of Dun, commented: “It has been a whirlwind year with the new driveway being installed at the start of the year, the launch of the new café and visitor reception.
“The year has seen great events taking place, the annual Easter egg hunt, the new nature nipper and nature detective events, open air theatre and, of course, the Santa weekend.”
Speaking of next year’s plans, he continued: “Next year we will be inviting everyone who lives in Angus to get to know their local property (further details to follow).
“We are also in the early stages of talks with guide dogs for the blind where we are hoping to have a sponsored dog walk at House of Dun and, finally, our fundraising members of the trust, The Angus Members Centre, have kindly set aside funds to help with travel costs for schools in the region to visit the property in 2016, so much to look forward to in the new year.
“My thanks to all who supported the property in 2015.”