Our July Issue

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Our July issue is in shops now, and available on subscription.

There are loads of ways to get it digitally to your smartphone or tablet, too – just visit the app store, get a digital subscription here
or go to the Readly app store.

Check out some of the great content listed and in the video below…

 

Places

Catch the first in a magical North Coast 500 photography series

How Scotland’s brochs have survived through the centuries

Our North Coast 500 special – 

  • The more accessible range of attractions in the area
  • Discover how the route benefits the North of Scotland
  • A classic car on a classic route – we take a Bentley for a spin!
  • Exciting tales of two businesses on the NC 500
  • Tips and hints on making a successful trip in our User’s Guide

Set sail for the south-west in our Focus on the Clyde Coast

Cameron McNeish explores wonderful Wester Ross

Take A Hike up a marvellous Munro in Glen Feshie

Or get On Your Bike and follow in the footsteps of Rob Roy

Double delight in Kilsyth on our Scotland’s Gardens series 

and the most exciting things to see and do in Around Scotland

People

Exclusive pre-Wimbledon interview with Jamie Murray

The brave and tragic tale of Jane Haining, Scotland’s Holocaust Heroine

A Wee Blether With Scottish hockey ace Kareena Cuthbert

Meet three volunteers helping people and the environment

Delicious and delightful deep-frying in Carina’s Kitchen

Expert Euan Duguid samples whisky cocktails in Slainte Mhath

Discover the inspiration behind JM Barrie’s Peter Pan

Kenny Macaskill relates the real story of Alexander Hamilton

Culture

Aberdeen International Youth Festival‘s global significance

Lisa Marie Ferla previews summer festivals in Sound of Scotland

Nature expert Jim Crumley considers the plight of the puffin

Author Brian Johnstone and the latest book reviews

St Cecilia’s Hall houses a musical treasure-trove

We reveal who you chose as your Photographer Of The Year 2017

Outdoor clothing is put to the test Great Gear Guide

And we profile Scotland’s best hotels and restaurants

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