A ‘not so’ Brief History of the Kilt

A ‘not so’ Brief History of the Kilt

The Kilt. Just saying that conjures up images of HIghlanders walking through the Scottish Glens. it is one of the most recognisable national dress seen in the Western World. All over there are women, and men, swooning at the thought of a man in a kilt, c’mon readers I know you’re all thinking it and […]

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Top 5: Whisky of the Clans

Top 5: Whisky of the Clans

Intrinsically linked like bread and butter, whisky and the Clans are about as all things Scot as you’re going to get. Here are our top five links between the water of life and Scotland’s oldest families. 1. Dalmore In 1263, an ancestor of Clan Mackenzie saved King Alexander III of Scotland from being gored by […]

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Crowdfunding Appeal to Save Culloden Blunderbuss

Crowdfunding Appeal to Save Culloden Blunderbuss

The National Trust for Scotland have launched an online crowdfunding appeal to save one of the few items removed from the historic battlefield at Culloden. The 343 year old blunderbuss, currently on display at the Culloden Battlefield Visitor Centre, is to be listed for sale in six months time, endangering it of being lost to […]

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