• Olympic swimmer Hannah Miley talks her love for Aberdeenshire

  • We feature a set of stunning photographs documenting a year on the Straloch Estate in Perthshire

  • A peak behind the scenes at the first ever Scottish Elvis Festival

  • Chef Willie Little shares some of his favourite seafood recipes

  • Kierfiold's beautiful walled garden on Orkney

  • The Assynt Murder shocked killer MacLeod's Highlands community

  • Turn to page 248 of this month's magazine to subscribe to Scottish Field and receive a pair of Loire ladderstitch cotton pillowcases from Laura Thomas Linens worth £35

The June issue is out now

CoverThe June issue is out now. Inside we meet British swimmer Hannah Miley, who talks her love for Aberdeenshire and training for the Rio Olympic Games at the local pool in her native Inverurie. We also meet Beechgrove Garden presenter Jim McColl who has fronted the popular show for almost four decades, while Forres-based textile designer Jen Cantwell creates innovative bespoke sporrans for the 21st century man. We take a look back at the infamous 19th-century court case of Hugh MacLeod, when a witness with ‘second sight‘ swung a Highlands murder trial, get a magnificent insight through stunning photographs of a year on a Perthshire Estate, and learn how Euan and Fiona Smith persevered in difficult conditions to create a stunning walled garden in Orkney. Fishmonger and chef Willie Little shares some of his favourite seafood recipes, and Scottish Field subscribers enjoy the best of Scotland’s family-friendly breaks.