The next few years promise to be exciting for APRS, as we build on our recent successes in litter prevention and landscape protection and develop our work with children and young people.  As we approach our forthcoming centenary, we will no doubt reflect on the visionary work of our founders who established APRS in 1926, followed by the National Trust for Scotland in 1931.

Theirs was a powerful legacy, encouraging better land management and safeguarding Scotland’s most beautiful landscapes for future generations to enjoy.  Today we aspire to ensure that the next generation is well-equipped with the tools and knowledge to influence planning issues around their communities and local countryside.

We fully understand that your own loved ones will be your first priority.  However, if you care passionately about Scotland’s rural landscapes and want to inspire the next generation to become better connected to their environment, please consider leaving a legacy to APRS.  We are unique in Scotland as the only charity working to protect all of Scotland’s rural landscapes, from the Green Belt areas around villages, towns and cities out to the forests, hills and mountains.

Please do get in touch with Nina at info@aprs.scot if you would like more information.  If you have already decided to leave a gift to APRS in your Will, we would be extremely grateful if you could notify us, as this will help us to plan confidently for the future.  Any changes to your Will should be made in consultation with a solicitor.

Together we can leave a lasting legacy for the next generation.

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