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A Guide to Enjoying Hogmanay in 2020

Wednesday, 2nd of December 2020

Hogmanay is a unique Scottish tradition that sees millions of people flocking to cities all over Scotland to ring in the new year. Hogmanay is what Scots call New Year's Eve - 31 December - the big night that marks the arrival of the new year. Its origins

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The Isle Of Arran's Finest Foods

Thursday, 13th of October 2016

Known for its rich and untouched history that dates back prior to 7000 BC, the Isle of Arran is a great tourist destination. With unexplained landmarks to explore and an interesting history to dive into it’s the perfect retreat and a deserving winner of

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10 Reasons Why You Need To Visit Scotland

Thursday, 5th of March 2015

Scotland is one of the most beautiful places to visit in the UK. From our roaring coastline to rugged highlands, there are so many new and exciting things to explore in this country full of culture. Although endless images of Scotland's beauty often entice

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2015 Scottish Events Guide

Wednesday, 7th of January 2015

2015 is set to be a fantastic year for Scottish food and all those who enjoy it. As announced back in November, this is to be the year of Scottish food and drink, where the great tastes created by Scotland's finest chefs, bakers, cheese makers, chocolatiers,

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Guide to Hogmanay In Scotland

Friday, 19th of December 2014

Regardless of your culture or love for the holidays, New Years day is a celebration that is enjoyed in some way, shape or form by countries all across the world. Whilst most nations like to have their own customs and regional practices, in Scotland we have

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