How would you like to get your hands on a prize that money can’t buy?
And to enter, all you have to do is share your highlights of Argyll to being in with a chance of winning an amazing prize.
Wyvex Media Group, publishers of Scottish Field, has joined forces with the Argyll and the Isles Tourism Cooperative (AITC) to launch #myargyll.
This social media campaign is highlighting all that is glorious about Argyll – and we’ve got a money can’t buy prize for one lucky entrant.
Using the hashtag #myargyll, anyone who has experienced the wonders of the region is encouraged to share their videos, photographs, poetry or stories encapsulating what makes Argyll so special.
Taking part in #myargyll has something to offer readers of Scottish Field, as Wyvex Media and AITC, through our partners, The Machrie, Ardnahoe Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky, The Harbour Inn, Islay Sea Adventures and Hebridean Air Services, are running a competition to win a completely priceless, money-can’t-buy prize for the content that best captures the essence of Argyll.
You can win an overnight stay with breakfast at the stunning new Machrie Hotel with a round of golf on their championship links course, dinner, bed and breakfast at the Harbour Inn, Bowmore, a behind-the-scenes tour of Ardnahoe, Islay’s newest distillery, a boat trip with Islay Sea Adventures, and travel to and from Islay from Oban Airport with Hebridean Airways.
We’ve had plenty of entries from people wanting to share what they think is so special about the area.
On Instagram, orsayobangiftshop shared this shot, saying: ‘Glorious bank holiday Monday in Oban, can you feel the heat already?!’
Also on Instagram, r_dunsmuir posted this picture of: ‘Beinn Bhuidhe [pronounced ‘byn voo-yu’] translates to the Yellow Hill.’
Another beautiful shot was posted on the page by photoargyll, who said: ‘It’s that time of year again and the woods around Inveraray are carpeted with bluebells.’
And 12heathera shared this: ‘Perfect Appin sunset.’
You too can share your pictures, videos, memories, poems and stories.
To make sure your content is shared, we recommended that you use Twitter, Instagram and YouTube to share content. Just make sure you use the hashtag #myargyll and that your privacy settings are set to public.
Submitted content can then be viewed on a special social wall at www.myargyll.co.uk.
You can enter the competition at www.myargyll.co.uk/competition. The closing date is 11 June.