• Scottish singer and actress Barbara Dickson revisits her home town of Dunfermline as part of our area focus on Fife in the February issue

  • 250 years ago, a little-known architect named James Craig won a competition to expand Edinburgh into what is now the city's iconic New Town

  • A family team has worked together to create this beautiful springtime garden at Millfield House in Fife after a flood devastated the land nine years ago

  • On board The Royal Yacht Britannia, executive chef Mark Alston prepares a feast fit for a Queen

  • Getting married in Scotland? Don't miss our 20-page weddings feature in the February issue!

The February issue is out now

Singer and actress Barbara Dickson revisits her home town of Dunfermline as part of our area focus on Fife, and we interview John Byrne, Paisley’s first postmodern poet, about paintings, pubs and his new puppy. Join us as we delve into the history of Edinburgh’s iconic New Town, and find out more about the remarkable life of the world famous illusionist, The Great Lafayette. We board The Royal Yacht Britannia to learn some culinary tips from executive chef Mark Alston, while our mystery diner visits Cafe Tabou in Perth. Also, don’t miss our 20-page Independent Schools feature.