• The Kintyre ghillie and sporting agent with a passion for fun

  • Fèis Rois is helping turn the tide for Scotland's traditional music

  • A new exhibition showcasing the work of late Scottish artist John Bellany has opened in Edinburgh

  • Artist Diana Mackie has created a stunning home and studio on the Isle of Skye

  • KOSB piper Daniel Laidlaw won the Victoria Cross for bravery at the Battle of Loos

  • The Anderson in Fortrose has uses the freshest of ingredients

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September issue out now


The September issue is out now. Inside we meet Alasdair Brew, a Kintyre ghillie, gamekeeper, estate owner and sporting gent with a passion for fun. Glasgow born entrepreneur, former model and Ultimo founder Michelle Mone talks family, mentoring and music and we learn how a handful of residents in Shettleston have created allotments that are now benefiting the whole community. Jeff Carter showcases Scotland’s striking east coast, which is often overlooked by photographers in favour of the west, and Helen Bellany talks us through a new exhibition that she was asked to compile of her late husband, John Bellany’s work. We feature 10 of the craziest Scottish health fads, plus we have 80 pages of incredible Autumn breaks. We take a peak around artist Diana Mackie’s quirky home on the Isle of Skye and Scottish Field subscribers try out some of the country’s fabulous boutique getaways.