Seaside Science at the Seabird Centre

At the Scottish Seabird Centre, education is central to their mission to help conserve and protect seabirds and marine life. This year, education officer Andrew Grieveson and his team welcomed a record number of school children to the Centre. These visits, along with the ever-popular Wildlife Club, allow children to learn about marine conservation through…

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A Christmas Fairy Trail

Archerfield Walled Garden and Rogue Village’s A Christmas Fairy Trail returns with a revamped show following their impressive debut. An illuminating, immersive theatre experience – bigger, brighter and bolder. Last year’s première was billed as a light show but this year they shift towards an immersive theatre experience for all the family. Set in the…

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Bring in the Light

Inspired by a line from a poem – call it down from the stars fill your house up with jars – Bernie Petrie tells us how to bring in the light this winter. As I write this post I am once again wearing my shorts as it’s blue skies and sunshine. But I’ve had a…

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Fashion for your Staycation

You don’t always have to leave the country to go on holiday. Sometimes, it’s just about taking time out and seeing what’s on your doorstep, rediscovering the place you live in and relaxing. But packing for a staycation can be a challenge, so Elaine Ramanauskas puts together her staycation fashion must-haves. Holidaying at home means…

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Relaxed Summer Living

Summer is here, bringing with it a whole new set of decor trends to transform your home. It’s the perfect time to embrace design which creates a care-free, relaxed vibe to your living space. For 2018, designers are moving away from the hot tropics in favour of more classic botanical styles, which convey a natural…

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