We are delighted to report that owing to a generous donation from Dunard Fund we are able to get part of our project underway. Work will begin later this year in April/May on the lower […]
We have recently received the costs of our overall project which includes the restoration of the frames surrounding the pendant paintings. The breakdown of costs can be found under our “Fundraising” and “The Project” columns.
We are delighted to have received an extremely encouraging letter of support from Sir John Leighton, Director General at National Galleries of Scotland. Click on the link below to read the letter in full. Letter […]
The driving idea of the Scottish Enlightenment, and one that also defines it as uniquely Scottish, was the ambition of its thinkers, and above all of David Hume, that Scotland should never again fall victim […]
Please read our Trustee’s sermon below which significantly raises our profile. Every donation brings us ever closer to realising the restoration of these internationally significant artworks here in St Patrick’s Edinburgh! A recent sermon By […]
250 Years On: The Duke of Buccleuch inspects his family’s long lost artistic legacy Saturday 18th May 2019. The 10th Duke of Buccleuch has paid his first ever visit to one of his family’s long […]
We are extremely grateful to The Tablet and Joanna Moorhead for such an excellent article about our Project. Please read all about us here! Tablet Article
Monsignor Kerr and Teresa Keenan attended the Bishops conference at the Scottish Parliament on Tuesday 27th November 2018. Our stand – see below – featured news about St Patrick’s and our Runciman Apse Trust project. […]