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Tom Weir | The Border Walk

In November, 1975,Tom Weir walked the brand-new 60-mile route across the Kills, roughly along the track of the current Sir Walter Scott Way…   ONE thing my wife and I […]

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Tom Weir | Two Lucky People

In October of 1975 Tom Weir had some words of inspiration for old friend, and former RSPB Director, George Waterston OBE   How would Waterston or Purchon Like a bird […]

Islands

Tom Weir | Jura In The Sun

Tom took a holiday in September 1975 to the Isle of Jura to catch the last of the summer sunshine and catch up with the crofters . . . In […]

Interviews

Midge Ure | Home Is Where The Heart Is

The breath-taking view from Midge Ure’s house, of the lush, green countryside and rolling hills surrounding Bath, couldn’t be further from the harsh tenement life on the outskirts of Glasgow […]

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Masterchef in the Making

If thirteen-year-old Heather Nisbet is ever asked to help with the school dinners at Mackie Academy, there would be cause to rejoice. Because she has the skill to make it […]

Interviews

Jackie Stewart | Flying Scotsman

Few people really deserve the title “legend”. But if anyone does, it’s three-times Formula One ace Sir Jackie Stewart. Moments like this don’t come along every day. To remind a […]

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London Celebrates Charles Rennie Mackintosh

The Royal Institute of British Architects is hosting an exhibition of Mackintosh’s work from the early 1900s, proving the continued influence of the Glasgow-born designer one hundred years later. The […]

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Tom Weir | Wilderness At Risk

In June, 1975, Tom was concerned about developments for a train line and marching pylon route in South West Ross . . . In the village of Kishorn, against the […]

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