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Culture November 6, 2018

Focus On Ayrshire: Burns’ Cottage

Every year thousands undertake the pilgrimage to the birthplace of Scotland’s national bard, Robert Burns   Burns spent the first seven years of his life at Alloway Cottage, just south […]

Culture October 29, 2018

A War Of Two Halves

Discover the poignant walking-theatre piece A War Of Two Halves, which tells the tale of the 1914 Heart of Midlothian team who fought in World War One.

Culture August 1, 2018

Largs Viking Festival 2018

Did you know that Vikings once invaded Largs? Discover the celebrations and reenactments happening at the fiery Largs Viking Festival this year.

Dundee June 27, 2018

The Charles Rennie Mackintosh Trail

Celebrating one of the first pioneers of Art Nouveau in the UK   On what would have been Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s 150th birthday, Mackintosh 150 proudly celebrates Scotland’s famous designer […]

Culture May 15, 2018

Whisky Regions

One national drink, hundreds of expressions! Here’s our guide to the characters of the main whisky-producing regions   The Scots have been distilling and drinking whisky for many, many generations […]

Culture April 18, 2018

Forth Bridge Construction Gallery

The Forth Bridge: symbol of Scotland and UNESCO World Heritage Site to boot!   Known world-wide as one of the wonders of the industrial age, the Forth Bridge is one […]

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