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Aberdeen Gardening

I am simply delighted to have stumbled upon a website that not only offers detailed information about all of the beautiful plants and flowers we can grow in Aberdeen, but also tells us the life story of the gardener, and family, and his great love of gardening. "My interest in...

Mountain Bothies Association

Bothies are a great way for groups of 5 or less to seek shelter from the elements while visiting remote areas and enjoying the glorious Scottish outdoors. Bothies are a wonderful example of community teamwork and when everyone follows basic guidelines, visiting one is almost always a pleasant experience. Bothies...

Caledonian Maps

Tucked away in the Highlands, just off the A96 and a few miles in from the Moray Firth, you'll find Caledonian Maps - a business known globally as the foremost specialist in historical maps of Scotland. Its range of maps will take you on an adventure dating back to...

Ancient Scotland

Martin McCarthy has been taking photographs of Scotland's landscape since 1993 and selflessly documenting Scotland's ancient sites online since 1995. Based out of Glasgow, McCarthy left his computer business to become a full-time photographer in 2007. McCarthy's story is evidence that when people follow their passions, all of us benefit....

Scottish Brick History

The Roman occupation of Scotland in first century AD brought brick-making skills to the Scots. Before the industrial revolution all bricks in Scotland were moulded by hand, a long process which began with the excavation of clay in autumn and ended the following summer when the bricks were fired...

Highlands Astronomical Society

The Highlands Astronomical Society (HAS) began like most astronomy clubs do, with a small group of passionate star-gazers meeting up to observe the world above together. In 1994, HAS was born from a sensible merger of two groups - the Moray Astronomical Society and the Inverness Astronomical Society. Its...
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