THESE shocking pictures show an entire kitchen dumped at a famed Scots castle where The Wicker Man was filmed.

Flytippers illegally disposed of the kitchen - including a sink and a hob - at Culzean Castle on the Ayrshire coast.

Wooden offcuts were stashed in woodland in the country park, also part of the National Trust for Scotland property - considered to be one of Scotland’s most beautiful heritage sites.

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The charity said it would cost “thousands” to clean up fly-tipped waste.

Selina Laurie wrote: “Unbelievable that people do this anywhere never mind Culzean.

“I sincerely hope you can see the plate and the perpetrators on your CCTV.”

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And Carol Black added: “Shocking, hope they catch them and hit them with a heavy fine that goes straight to the upkeep of the park.”

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A National Trust for Scotland spokesman said: “We are so disappointed that someone has dumped commercial waste at Culzean Castle, one of Scotland’s most beautiful heritage sites. 

“We are a charity and it costs us thousands of pounds to clean up after these types of incidents. 

“This is money we’d much rather put towards protecting Culzean.”