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Burns Night Events & Burns Suppers 2021

Some hae meat and canna eat, / And some wad eat that want it, / But we hae meat and...

7 Country Parks With A View

One thing we can still enjoy is the great outdoors in Scotland and the fantastic local country parks that can...

Auld Lang Syne: its writer, history and how to sing along

Hogmanay on Calton Hill, Edinburgh. When the clock strikes midnight on Hogmanay, many of us around the world will celebrate by...

8 Good News Stories From Scotland’s Businesses

In the mood to read heart-warming and inspirational news stories? We’ve cherry picked some of our favourites on Scottish businesses...

Scottish traditional music to listen to on a musical journey through Scotland

Beat the winter blues with some uplifting Scottish music! Traditional music and Gaelic songs have been at the heart of...

Scottish Halloween traditions

Of all the seasonal holidays, Halloween is one of my favourites. It might not have the spiritual significance or inspire...

Stories of Aberdeenshire

If you’ve ever watched BBC TV’s Trawlermen or Fish Town, you’ll be familiar with the couthy (friendly) Scots language dialect of North-East Scotland....

21 Standout Indie Shops in Scotland’s Cities

Just like Diagon Alley in Harry Potter, you’ll find Scotland’s cities have some lovely quirky shops where you can pick...

Scottish tartan – explained

Wondering which tartan you can wear? If there’s a clan tartan out there for you? Or what the difference is...

Angus Unwrapped – 10 things you didn’t know about Angus…

COVID-19 PHASE 3 RESTRICTIONS Tourism is reopening on 15 July but please check with attractions and businesses directly to confirm...

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