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Family fun this Christmas in New Lanark

Tis the season to be jolly with New Lanark’s traditional festivities

Christmas is in full flow in New Lanark, an idyllic winter setting nestled at the foot of the Clyde Valley. It's the perfect day out...
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Campaigners bid to protect Aberdeenshire countryside from road development

A campaign to protect Aberdeenshire's famous Bennachie hills from development during the expansion of the A96 is gathering pace. The Scottish Government plans that the...

Chance to buy a unique whisky and support Scotland rugby legend

Whisky collectors and rugby supporters are being offered the chance to buy a unique bottle. Annandale Distillery has donated a Man o'Sword first bottling to...
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Traditional cottage has been given a modern twist

A refurbished traditional cottage offering plenty of opportunities for fishing is on the market. Maxwellheugh Cottage is a delightful traditional detached cottage which apparently dates...

Warehouse clearance sale will be gone in a flash

This Thursday a fantastic one hour flash warehouse clearance sale is being held in Glasgow. From 6.30pm to 7.30pm only, BoConcept, 257 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow,...
Image shows Thursday 7th December 2017, the Never Such Innocence 2017/18 Road show held in the Great Hall at Edinburgh Castle, a centenary project that commemorates the men and woman of the Great War, founded by Lady Lucy French who is also Chief Executive of the project. She along with other speakers including Air Officer Scotland, Air Vice-Marshal Ross Paterson and Patricia Keppie of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, introduced the event and spoke of what it was all about. Among the guests that were invited were children form local schools and cadets, who were invited up throughout the event to read poetry and sing songs with Marty Longstaff who works with NSI on song projects. 
The group is closely linked with RAF Lossiemouth, and are now partnered with the Royal Air Force (RAF), to be involved with RAF 100, which is going to be huge project for the RAF in 2018 as it celebrates 100 years since the RAF was formed, along with delivery of commemorations in line with World War 100 events. The events aim to highlight what the RAF has achieved in those 1oo years and remember those that have served and are still serving. 

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Children given inspiration as they remember the sacrifices of World War I

Edinburgh Castle in partnership with WW100 hosted an event that aimed to inspire and inform children prior to the charity’s 2017/2018 arts, poetry and song competition. Never...

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The Glen Grant: Scotland’s longest serving distiller Dennis Malcolm retires after 63 years

Born on The Glen Grant distillery grounds in 1946, where both his father and grandfather worked, Dennis Malcolm was always destined for a career in...
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Ardnahoe Distillery: First whisky to come from a new distillery on Islay since 2009 released

It has been six decades since Stewart Laing first learned how to make whisky on Islay. In the 1960s he travelled to the world-famous whisky...
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Kiefer Sutherland: Hollywood star brings new whisky to the UK

Hollywood star Kiefer Sutherland has unveiled his new whisky to the UK, a homage to his Canadian roots and love of the spirit. The whisky,...
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Life With Isle of Harris Distillery: ‘The Hearach is special, it has done so much for the island’

Isle of Harris distiller Thomas Macrae talks to us about his earliest memories of whisky and why The Hearach is so special to islanders. And...
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Lerwick Distillery: Shetland set for its first whisky distillery

The idea began more than a decade ago when friends Martin Watt, Caroline MacIntyre and Calum Miller came up with the idea to open the...
Since its humble beginnings nearly ten years ago, the distillery has generated £50,000 for the local community.

GlenWyvis: World’s first fully community owned distillery offers whisky lovers chance to buy shares

In 2015, former Army Air Corps helicopter pilot John McKenzie decided to bring whisky back to Dingwall after a 90 year absence. His idea was...