• Multi-instrumentalist, composer and singer Phamie Gow reveals how her childhood home in the Borders has shaped her music

  • Take a closer look at the Scottish Gundog Association's Spring Pointer and Setter Trials on the Lochindorb Estate

  • David Cameron's Scottish connection - the life of his great-great-grandfather Alexander Geddes

  • Cooking the best local, seasonal produce on Skye keeps The Three Chimneys' head chef Scott Davies passionate about what he does

  • Lady Jane Rice set about reviving the walled garden at Dundonnell House in Wester Ross 18 years ago - and the project continues to flourish today

The August issue is out now

The August issue is out now. This issue includes our special summer feature, 100 Things To Do With The Kids, and includes activities and events for all the family to enjoy throughout the holidays. We met harpist and composer Phamie Gow to discuss her childhood in the Borders, captured the Setter and Pointer Trials on the Lochindorb Estate and visited Lady Jane Rice’s beautiful gardens at Dundonell. This month also includes the first in a three part series exploring the life of David Cameron’s great-great grandfather Alexander Geddes with never-before-seen family photographs. We review Martin Wishart’s Glasgow brasserie, The Honours, and Scott Davies, head chef at The Three Chimneys, shares his favourite recipes for you to try at home.