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Design competition

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The general public, design students and existing designers are invited to enter a competition to celebrate the opening of London’s Fashion and Textile Museum’s Artist ...

Scone Palace

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It was a year of record visitor numbers, primetime TV and thousands upon thousands of scones for Scone Palace. The crowning place of the Kings of Scots saw a bumper tourist ...

Craft beer map

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It is believed that beer has been brewed in Scotland for more than 5,000 years and, with more than 115 breweries, stretching from the Valhalla Brewery on Unst in Shetland to ...

Carberry Tower, East Lothian

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We had been invited to a pre-Christmas networking lunch and turned off the A1. Minutes later we drove round a roundabout and up a hill. Carberry Tower Mansion House and ...

The Bailie, Edinburgh

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Netwalking Scotland had just completed a two-hour stroll along the Water of Leith on a chilly December day and we were all in need of both a heat at a refreshment. The ...

Cocoa Black, Peebles

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Cocoa Black sits near the heart of the busy town of Peebles, which is popular with tourists and is just over 20 miles from Edinburgh. The café sits just over a bridge ...

Silverburn shines

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A Glasgow shopping centre is enjoying an early Christmas present after receiving VisitScotland’s highest quality assurance award. Silverburn, which is in the Pollok area of ...

The Raeburn, Edinburgh

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There were four of us – all dog lovers – and we could not believe it, a dog sitting on a table in a restaurant. What’s more, minutes later, once the dog was ...

La Gomera

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The best things in life are meant to be savoured, like a fine, full-bodied wine. And when it comes to fine wine, Spain remains one of the most fascinating countries in the ...
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