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A celebration of our relationship and reliance on horses hosted at the Kelpies, the world’s largest equine sculptures and takes place on Saturday 9th September. HorsePower is an imaginative and exciting event that celebrates our relationship and reliance on the horse. There is no better place to host this celebration than The Helix Park, home…

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The Black Watch Summer Festival

Celebrate the summer season with The Black Watch Castle and Museum’s annual summer festival on Sunday 27th August between 10am and 4.00 pm. Enjoy a jam packed blend of kids’ gallery tours, trench tales, re-enactors, face painting, soldier’s stories, family crafts, marching drills, dressing up and cookie decorating. The day also brings a delicious BBQ…

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The Celts are coming!

The Summer event not to be missed is The Celts are Coming! The Crannog Centre’s first living history extravaganza on 5th and 6th August will be held at the Forestry Commission picnic site at Dalerb, Kenmore and at the Scottish Crannog Centre. Brimming with fascinating and unique activities for all ages and featuring artisans showcasing…

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History Live 2017

History Live is a three day festival celebrating and showcasing Scotland’s rich and diverse history and cultural heritage in the heartland of Scotland’s historic past and takes place on Friday 29th September until Sunday 1st October. The opening concert celebrates all that is extraordinary within Scotland’s rich heritage, with music through the ages, connected by…

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Bloody Scotland

An innovative festival drawing on Scotland’s love of the literary macabre and celebrating crime writing will take place this year between 8th to 10th September. Now in it’s 6th year, the festival brings together leading Scottish and international writers as well as showcasing debut voices and encouraging new writers. Some of the names appearing at…

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Explore Glen Finglas

Sitting in the heart of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, Glen Finglas Estate is a vast expanse of hills,woodland,water and open heathland and an integral part of the Great Trossachs Forest.Immortalised by poetry and paintings, the dramatic landscape of Glen Finglas is home to some of Scotland’s most iconic wildlife and it’s scattered…

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