The Mount Stuart Trust has strong links with the local community and seeks to maintain active relationships through partnerships and projects.
We understand the importance of sustainability.
The Shore Chapel
The Shore Chapel has undergone a full external conservation programme.
As the oldest dwelling on Bute, the 17th century Mansion House is a well known landmark in Rothesay. But behind this Listed building, the adjacent terrace and outbuildings are being imagined as a new and dynamic destination, to be known known as Bute Yard.
Arboretum Restoration Project
The Mount Stuart Trust have been working alongside Bartlett Tree Experts to care for our amazing trees.
Moth Studies at Mount Stuart
Mount Stuart has been working alongside Ron and Dougie from Bute Museum to collect and count the species of moth found in the gardens.
Lochend – A new community of ten low energy two and three bedroom houses coming in 2021
Excerpts From The Library: An Audio Field Guide
Sawa Project: New Connections on the Isle of Bute
Argyll and Bute council have announced their new project, known as Sawa, which will be delivered in partnership between the council and Mount Stuart Trust. Funded through the Scottish Government’s New Scots Refugee Integration Delivery, the purpose of this project is to create scope for positive community links and to improve on language learned in a classroom for new Scots.
Dreamweavers at Mount Stuart
Achievement Bute's 'Dreamweavers' performance took place in the Marble Hall at Mount Stuart. The children involved worked together to create this wonderful behind-the-scenes documentary, showing how they created this project.
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