New Reviews

July 2017

Head of steam

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Families jump on board a train driven by a steam engine in the Scottish Borders every Sunday in August on trips operated by the charity Scottish Railway Preservation Society. ...

New Year, new look

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Edinburgh’s new-look Hogmanay celebrations include a family friendly Bairns Afore and a ceilidh at the foot of the city’s iconic castle, an extended fireworks display ...

Tourism boost

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VisitScotland Chief Executive, Malcolm Roughead, claims Scotland continues to be a must-visit destination in the global tourism market. He was responding to the release of ...

Link to past

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The Paper Mill, 2-4 West Mill Road, Lasswade, Midlothian EH18 1LX (t: 0131 663 1412) RATING: Food 4; Atmosphere 4; Service 4.5; Drinks 4; Toilets 4.5; Website ...

Undiscovered gems

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Ayrshire is famed for its dark skies and its links to one of the world’s literary icons, Robert Burns, but a new VisitScotland eBook is shedding light on East Ayrshire’s ...

Deadline looms

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There is still time for Scottish tourism groups to express their interest in applying for a match-funded grant of up to £40,000. In 2016/17, the VisitScotland Growth Fund ...

Fife showcase

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Local and international visitors continue to flock to the Kingdom of Fife as the Fife Five tourism video campaign goes live in partnership with VisitScotland and Fife ...

In the frame

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VisitScotland hopes a movie biopic of two famous Scottish-born golfing greats could inspire more people to visit North of the Border. The national tourism organisation ...

Investment opportunity

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GlenWyvis Distillery Community Benefit Society has brought forward the launch of a second open share offer to open the door to new members, as visitor numbers to the area ...