Winter’s here – but so is the new issue of Scottish Field, so let us warm you up with another great read!
Our January issue is on sale now, priced £4.50, with 200 pages brimming with everything you’d want.
Prepare to be blown away by some breathtaking mountain images taken by adventure sports photographer Hamish Frost, who has tackled some of Scotland’s most challenging peaks.
Scottish Field’s Fiona Hendrie travels to the Falkland Islands in search of Scots who have made it there home – and discovers the islands were named after a Scottish noble in 1690.
In our profile, we look at the life and times of Billy Connolly, and learn why he is our most famous and best-loved funny man.
Our area feature of the month takes us to the Kingdom of Fife, and reveal its incredible natural larder at Bowhouse market, we find top tweed togs for larger ladies in Lochgelly and try out walks for all abilities.
At the time of year, we’re used to more feather visitors than normal in our gardens, and the big question is to feed or not to feed. Cal Flyn dispels the myths about feeding our garden birds.
As the festive season arrives, we offer tips for a swinging soirée from party architect Johnny Roxburgh.
Our regular columnists have their say too, as Alexander McCall Smith discovers the unadulterated joy of chat, Alan Cochrane longs for an old-fashioned Scottish Hogmanay, Guy Grieve is shocked by the short sightedness of our government over the dangers of kelp dredging, a missing wheelie bin sends Fiona Armstrong into Miss Marple mode, Louise Gray enters the wonderful world of allotments, while Blair Bowman travels from pole to pole for a dram of the finest whisky.
Plus we’ve all the best country news, interiors, antique, motoring, gardens, whisky news and much, much more.