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Charity begins at home for Cullerton’s Estate Agents and Property Consultants

Charity begins at home for Cullerton’s Estate Agents and Property Consultants

Well known Edinburgh property expert Mark Cullerton has set up his own estate agency in the capital, with raising money for charity one of the main focuses of his new venture. Mark has partnered with five prominent charities – CHAS, Alzheimer Scotland, Craig Gowans Memorial Fund via The Sick Kids Friends Foundation, St Columba’s HospiceContinue Reading

Glamis Prom announces line up

Glamis Prom announces line up

Glamis Proms have announced the artists taking to the stage for this year’s lavish concert and have promised a spectacular evening of beautiful music featuring The Glamis Prom Orchestra. Casualty and Holby City star Lee Mead (Any Dream Will Do, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Wicked, Legally Blond), Broadway singing sensation Christina Bianco (Me MyselfContinue Reading

The Foxlake Outdoor Festival returns to Dunbar

The Foxlake Outdoor Festival returns to Dunbar

After the huge success of last year’s event, the Foxlake Outdoor Festival, Dunbar, returns bigger and better this year not only with an exciting lineup of music and comedy performances for all the family but with the completely new Adrenaline Arena.  For the very first time organisers look forward to welcoming an array of adrenalineContinue Reading

Rare beauty of Glenmorangie Pride 1974 inspires creation by musical prodigy

Rare beauty of Glenmorangie Pride 1974 inspires creation by musical prodigy

The most prestigious Highland single malt ever created by Glenmorangie has been revealed. Glenmorangie Pride 1974 is the Distillery’s oldest, rarest and deepest whisky – and the most prized expression yet, in the illustrious Glenmorangie Pride series.  The whisky’s beauty is so rare that it has inspired a musical composition reflecting its 41 years ofContinue Reading

A very busy five days for Gaelic-speaking youngsters

A very busy five days for Gaelic-speaking youngsters

The village of the Geàrrannan Blackhouses, in the Isle of Lewis, will be bustling this week as eighteen Gaelic-speaking secondary school pupils take part in 5 Latha 2017. Now in its sixth year, 5 Latha offers a unique opportunity to participants to experience life in a Gaelic speaking community, taking part in a programme ofContinue Reading