Katrina Patrick

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What's On April 14, 2016

Glasgow International Festival

 – Celebrating The City’s Culture Glasgow International is encouraging visitors to the city’s museums, galleries and libraries The festival runs until Monday, April 25, in over 75 locations right across the […]

Culture April 13, 2016

A… Chaos of Swans?

When startled by a microlight or helicopter, geese and whooper swans have an unusual and dramatically different response…   Sometimes the hardest part is getting into the passenger seat from […]

People April 11, 2016

Tom Weir | Loch Lomond Glories

The changing seasons and colours around Loch Lomond still amazed Tom Weir, even after 20 years living on its shore IF you were to ask me what has been my […]

Tom Weir April 10, 2016

Fine Walks and Fine Weather

Despite a wet and windy forecast there was sunshine on the rusting bracken and a glow on the alders of the Glen Ample burn roaring among its gloomy “pots” in […]

Travel Blogs April 6, 2016

Scotlanders | On Public Transport

When it comes to Scotland, lack of personal transport is no excuse not to go exploring… Okay, I admit it. I’m completely addicted to adventure. I feed my habit as […]

Focus April 5, 2016

Focus Follow Up: Aberdeen

  The Gordon Highlanders Museum is Aberdeen’s only 5-star Visit Scotland attraction   Situated in Viewfield Road in the former home of prominent Scottish artist Sir George Reid, the museum tells […]

People April 5, 2016

Land Of Hope And… Golly

“For me it had been a good summer. To be truthful, I can’t really remember a bad one, not in a country like ours that has so many places that […]

Culture April 4, 2016

What’s In A Name? | Part 2

The second part in our series as we continue to explore the history and myths behind some of Scotland’s more unusual place names…   Viking Connections The name Dingwall comes […]

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