New garden and woodland works to drive visitor numbers at Brodick Castle

The National Trust for Scotland has created a new silver-themed garden in the grounds of Brodick Castle on the isle of Arran, as part of a bid to more than double visitors to the historic property.

by Sarah Cosgrove
Sculpture inspired by Arran’s Machrie Moor Standing Stones. Image: National Trust for Scotland
Sculpture inspired by Arran’s Machrie Moor Standing Stones. Image: National Trust for Scotland

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