Leave a Legacy in Scotland’s Landscapes

Leave a Legacy in Scotland’s Landscapes

The next few years promise to be exciting for APRS, as we build on our recent work protecting green belts, campaigning for the circular economy and supporting campaigners to protect the countryside close to where they live.  As we approach our forthcoming centenary, we will no doubt reflect on the visionary work of our founders who established APRS in 1926.

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 and to campaign that .

If you care passionately about Scotland’s countryside and landscapes, and want to help us continue to make a difference, please consider leaving a legacy to APRS. 

Please do get in touch with Kat or Nina 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.

We are grateful for those who have provided for APRS in their wills

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Back in January we received a generous legacy from the estate of Judith Mylne, longtime APRS supporter and friend of Nina Sobeka, our administrator. Here Nina pays tribute to her friend and her love of Scotland’s landscapes and mountains.

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This is an obituary of John Foster, Director of the UK’s first National Park, Head of the Countryside Commission for Scotland and Vice President of APRS.

Image showing Duncan Campbell

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APRS was sad to to hear of the passing of Duncan Campbell who served on our Executive Committee. John Mayhew (Director 2008-2022) has reflected on Duncan’s work with us and across Scotland.

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