Q-Aye Scotland facts

Test your knowledge of Scotland with our fascinating and fun facts!


  • Scottish artist Marion Wallace Dunlop, who claimed to be a descendent of William Wallace, was the first suffragette to use hunger strikes as a form of protest in 1909.

  • The world record for mouse-catching belongs to Towser the resident cat at Glenturret Distillery from 1963-1987. During her 24 years of loyal service she caught 28,899 mice. She even had a whisky named in her honour.

  • Guinness World Records Editor-in-Chief Craig Glenday used to hold the world record for Curly Wurly stretching. The Dundonian managed to stretch one over 1 metre (3ft).


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