The September 2019 edition of Scottish Field is out now

The September issue of Scottish Field is out now, priced £4.75. We celebrate the best of Scotland’s autumn breaks, as we feature them over 90 pages in our latest edition. Scottish Field editor Richard Bath said: ‘Each year, at around this time, we set ourselves the challenge of coming up with bigger and better ways…

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Ten fantastic places to visit in… the Borders

If you’re in the Scottish Borders, you are in an area that’s packed full of historic homes and places to visit. Whether you love music, books, or large classical buildings, there’s definitely something for you. We round up 10 great things to see, do and visit. ROBERT SMAIL’S PRINTING WORKS This fascinating museum in Innerleithen…

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10 fascinating facts about… East Lothian

East Lothian is known as Scotland’s golf coast – and it’s a very apt name. Not only does the area have good weather, but it boasts some first class golf courses, including the current home of the Scottish Open. Here’s 10 fascinating facts about East Lothian which you possibly never knew. Robert Louis Stevenson spent…

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The Macallan releases the spirit of the 1950s

The Macallan has unveiled the latest release in the Exceptional Single Cask range – an exquisite and delicate expression that was distilled in 1950. The 1950s represent a significant period in the history of The Macallan with investment in the construction of new buildings on site and modernisation of existing buildings, the purchase of additional…

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A classic piece of writing from Sir Walter Scott

The Lady of the Lake is a vivid and gripping tale of deception, romance and mystery told with the backdrop of some of Scotland’s most breathtaking scenery. It emphasises the vivid language used by Sir Walter Scott. The Lady of the Lake signified the peak of Scott’s reputation as a poet and was a sensation…

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The Trojans brought to the stage by war survivors

Real-life innocent survivors of a conflict are to tell the story of The Trojans at this year’s Fringe. Hiba is standing in the garden of the council house she shares with her family in Milton of Campsie, near Glasgow. It’s a long way from Syria, the country they fled after Hiba’s school was shelled by…

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10 fantastic places to visit in… Moray

If you’ve ever been fortunate enough to spend some time in Elgin, you’ll know what a fantastic area it is. There are so many historic attractions nearby, only a short drive away, while newer attractions, and natural beauty, is easy to find. We present 10 places we recommend to visit. BUCKIE DISTRICT FISHING HERITAGE MUSEUM…

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Turn back the clock to the 1930s at New Lanark

Put your 1930s glad rags on, step back in time and join all the fun at New Lanark in the coming weeks. Experience the changes which were beginning to take place at New Lanark in the 1930s. New Lanark’s Back To The 1930s will be open from noon-4pm on Sunday, 1 September. It’s a chance…

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North Coast 500 is miles ahead in VisitScotland poll

The creation of the North Coast 500 has been named as one of the greatest moments for Scottish tourism in the last 50 years. The iconic touring route, which brings thousands of visitors to the North Highlands each year, took one of the top positions both nationally and regionally in a public poll created by…

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Watch our exclusive video of Scottish wildcat kittens

The rare Scottish wildcat is a wonderful sight to behold. The UK’s only native feline and most endangered mammal needs to be protected, and work to preserve them is taking place at the Aigas Field Centre in Beauly, Inverness-shire. Since 2011, Aigas Field Centre has been contributing to an important national programme to bring back…

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