• Wilderness-loving author Dr Brooke Magnanti decided to make her home in Lochaber and has never looked back

  • Brothers Brian and Duncan Swinbanks are transforming Mull

  • Richard Kellett travelled the world with the army before indulging his passion for photography on Mull

  • Keith Marley and Mary Runciman at the helm of East Lothian institution La Potinière

  • Mark and Mary Hedderwick have restored their East Lothian garden to stunning effect

  • Still Delicious is helping Fife shops, restaurants and home cooks to waste not want not

  • Turn to page 231 in this issue to subscribe and receive a fabulous FREE pair of Natty Maid's stag and cockerel mugs worth £21

June issue out now


The June issue is out now. Inside we meet author Dr Brooke Magnanti who made her name as blogger Belle de Jour and find out about her love affair with the Highlands, why she decided to maker her home in Lochaber and has never looked back. Food writer and MasterChef winner Sue Lawrence talks life and why she has branched out of her comfort zone for her latest book, and we learn about the community work undertaken by brother Brian and Duncan Swinbanks who are transforming Mull. Our editor takes on the challenge of the DSC1 deer stalking certificate, Scottish Field’s subscribers try out some child-friendly breaks, Blair Bowman says there’s no need to panic about the drop in whisky exports. Plus former soldier Richard Kellett shares some of his striking images, and we delve into the mystery surrounding the Scottish Gypsy Kings.