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Scotland Magazine Issue 15

Scotland Magazine Issue 15

Scotland Magazine Issue 15

In this issue - Wondeful Orkney - Glasgow a guide to Scotland's liveliest city - Golfing hotels - Icons of Scotland Results - Walter Scott Walk - JS Barrie - Kirks and cathedrals - Highland Games

Published July 2004

On the isle of Islay with Mr Toad
Dominic Roskrow visits one of the greatest centres for malt whisky.

July 2004, Issue 15, page 3

My kinda town...
Roddy Martin talks...

July 2004, Issue 15, page 7

Hopetoun House - A special house of hope and glory
Charles Douglas visits the oft-ignored Hopetoun House, just north of Edinburgh

July 2004, Issue 15, page 12

The Summers Isles
This issue we look at the favourite place of award-winning solo percussionist Evelyn Glennie, with words and photography by Andy Hall

July 2004, Issue 15, page 14

Royal castles and palaces
John Hannavy's castle trail takes him to the very best royal castles and palaces

July 2004, Issue 15, page 16

A history pursued religiously
Unsurprisingly for a country where religion has meant so much, Scotland has some stunning churches. David Gordan visits some of them

July 2004, Issue 15, page 20

Scottish resident with a sweet tooth
Pine martens used to be common but not any more. Graham Holliday goes in search of the elusive distant relative of the stoats and weasel

July 2004, Issue 15, page 22

The Darien disaster
James Irvine Robertson looks at one of the worst misjudgements in Scotland's commercial and economic history

July 2004, Issue 15, page 24

Great Scott! It's the write way to cross the border
Sir Walter Scott Way is a 93 mile long footpath. Sue Kendrick was among the first to complete it. Here she reports on her amazing journey

July 2004, Issue 15, page 26

Icons comes of age in downtown New York
Celebrities and politicians attended a glittering awards night in the heart of New York as a highlight of Tartan Week. Dominic Roskrow reports

July 2004, Issue 15, page 30

In search of Peter Pan
As Peter Pan reaches his centenary, Nicola Lisle traces his Scottish roots

July 2004, Issue 15, page 36

The most royal of families (Stewarts)
In the latest in our series on the great clans of Scotland James Irvine Robertson looks at the Stewarts

July 2004, Issue 15, page 40

The good, the true and the beautiful
Craft and gift shops selling quirky, one-off or uniquely Scottish products are found all over Scotland. Kate Patrick provides a short-cut to some of the best

July 2004, Issue 15, page 42

Glasgow and the Clyde Valley – culture on the Clyde
Glasgow may not be the obvious destination in Europe for a cultural city break but it has enough art, architecture and style to rival the likes of Barcelona argues Kate Ennis

July 2004, Issue 15, page 46

Glasgow and the Clyde Valley
The best places to visit, stay and eat, by Kate Ennis

July 2004, Issue 15, page 50

Scotland's all weather food
You can't guarantee the weather in Scotland. But as Sue Lawrence reports, that doesn't mean you have to give up on barbecues

July 2004, Issue 15, page 54

Going green to keep it clean
The remote island of Orkney is leading the way when it comes to conserving the landscape for future generations. Graham Holliday reports

July 2004, Issue 15, page 58

A touch of grandeur
GRAND VALUE ROOMS - Where to stay for far less pay! This month's top three tips in association with HotelReviewScotland.com

July 2004, Issue 15, page 62

Fancy a fling?
The Highland Games are where storybook Scotland and the real thing meet in a spectacular coincidence of colour, pageant and competition. Simon Walton finds out that just about every other genuine Scot...

July 2004, Issue 15, page 64

Room with a view
CairnGorm Mountain has reinvented itself as a destination for all seasons. Dominic Roskrow reports

July 2004, Issue 15, page 66

All things to all people
Edinburgh's The Dome has something for everyone says Dominic Roskrow

July 2004, Issue 15, page 67

Making golf a family affair
Scotland's leading golf hotels are now going to considerable lengths to be more family-friendly. Dominic Roskrow visited four of the best-known.

July 2004, Issue 15, page 68

Exhibition previews
Paolozzi at 80 and Anne Redpath and the Edinburgh School

July 2004, Issue 15, page 74

Morris tapestry sells for £180,000
The rising interest in pieces from the arts and crafts movement was reinforced recently at a Decorative Arts auction in Edinburgh held by Lyon and Turnbull.

July 2004, Issue 15, page 74

Searching for Shirrapburn
One of the most popular paintings in the National Gallery of Scotland, Shirrapburn Loch.

July 2004, Issue 15, page 74

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