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Adrenaline-pumping activities, exciting events, wildlife, history and so much more. Scotland has an abundance of amazing experiences to offer, from traditional local festivals and laid back pursuits such as fishing and golf, to a huge array of historic sites and cultural highlights. There is so much to do it’s hard to know where to start. Well, why not let us guide you through some of the top things to do in the area. On our blog you can read about Scotland’s many attractions, activities and events.

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The MHOR Festival 2018

The MHOR FESTIVAL takes place this year 25th – 27th MAY 2018. A huge array of activities are on offer at this festival, including baking competitions, theatre, live music and many more activities for kids and adults alike. Scotland’s most loved wee festival is back for it’s sixth year with a packed line-up of artisan food…

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Perth Festival of the Arts

Perth is set to welcome some big names from the world of music, arts and culture this May for the 47th annual Perth Festival of the Arts. Taking place from the 17th – 26th May at venues across the city centre, this year’s line-up is one of the most diverse in the festival’s long history…

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Year of Young People 2018

In 2018 Scotland puts its young people (with a focus on 8-26 year olds) in the spotlight, celebrating their talents, contributions and creating new opportunities for them to shine. The Year of Young People 2018 (YOYP) is a year-long programme of events, activities and ideas that will give young people in Scotland the opportunity to…

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Strathyre Music Festival 2018

Strathyre Music Festival 2018 will be the festival’s 6th year and will be held this year on 25th May – 27th May and is now the largest small community based Music Festival in Scotland. Strathyre Music Festival takes place in the centre of Strathyre and offers a fantastic family friendly event right in the heart…

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The Saltire

The Saltire is the recognized flag of Scotland. It can be seen flying at many castles and government buildings. The flag is also used to represent Scotland at sporting events. This flag, also known as the St. Andrew’s Cross, is the flag of the patron saint of Scotland (the 1320 Declaration of Arbroath confirms Andrew…

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