Gaius Claudius Glaber is dead. Many months have passed since his defeat, and the rebel army, led by Spartacus and his generals Crixus, Gannicus and Agron, continue to amass victories over Rome. With the rebel n... read more
The Global Energy Career Expo Aberdeen has been created to fill the recognised skills gap in the oil and gas industry by providing a crucial platform for jobseekers and recruiting companies to meet and discuss ... read more
Situated on the links just yards from a Blue Flag beach, this traditional funfair provides all you need for a great family day out including all sorts of rides and side stalls rides for adults and children, hot... read more
Alloa brewery, Williams Bros. Brewing Co., has signed one of its biggest contracts to date, which will see supermarket Aldi stock a total of four of its beers throughout the year.
The Alloa based brewery’s B... read more
Knockhill is famous for hosting top motorsport events in the UK; British Touring Cars, British Superbikes and The Scottish Motorshow. As well as amazing racing action, Knockhill is a busy place 7 days a week op... read more
The National Trust for Scotland is a conservation charity. We are independent of Government and we are Scotland’s largest membership organisation – 312,000 people across the world who share our passion for our ... read more
The MoonWalk Edinburgh Scotland 2013 is organised by grant-making breast cancer charity Walk the Walk. This year, let us take you on a Magical Mystery Tour! All you need is the desire to get a little bit fitter... read more
The Cameo is an Edinburgh cinema which started life as the King's Cinema on 8 January 1914 and is one of the oldest cinemas in Scotland still in use. Since becoming the Cameo in 1949, it has been an independent... read more
Highland Games are held annually and are acelebration of a mixture of Celtic and Scottish culture. Aspects of the Highland Games are world famous such as the bagpipes, kilts and many of the heavy events like th... read more
The John Gray Centre brings together East Lothian’s Archaeology, Museum, Archive and Local History Services, alongside Haddington’s branch library. A lively community and outreach programme augments these, both... read more
Welcome to our section for events focusing on the City Centre of Scotland's capital city Edinburgh. Here is some more information about Edinburgh( Scottish Gaelic: Dùn Èideann)is the seat of the Scottish Parlia... read more
News and event's from Edinburgh, Scotland's capital city. The City of Edinburgh Council governs one of Scotland's 32 local government council areas. The council area includes urban Edinburgh and a 30 square mil... read more
The Family Treepot Company is based at Kirknewton Pottery in Kirknewton on the outskirts of Edinburgh. Kirknewton is a rural village at the foot of the Pentland Hills.
We have been painting family treepots ... read more
Up to 300 exhibitors offering ceramics, glass,
jewellery, paintings, furniture, silver, treen,
vintage & retro clothing and much more.
Courtesy bus Market Street near
St Christopher’s Inn - see website for ... read more
The Scottish Genealogy Society Library and Family History Centre in Victoria Terrace, is a haven for historians and researchers, being ideally situated for access to The National and Central Reference Libraries... read more
If you want food as fresh as it can be, visit the award-winning Edinburgh Farmers' Market. The market takes place at Castle Terrace under the imposing backdrop of Edinburgh Castle. Over 55 specialist producers ... read more
Reiver Investments Ltd, in conjunction with a private equity fund, enables you to buy your own home without having to find all of the deposit money or legal fees.
The scheme is designed to help first time b... read more
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With the Hi-Life “2 for 1” Dining Card you can save thousands of £££’s every year on your restaurant bills. Wi... read more
We at Reiver Investments did and have built up a passive income of over £10,000 a month through buying Off Market Properties below valuation.
We don’t buy properties any more but move them on to family, frie... read more
Looking outside on a grey damp day wondering what to do? We have compiled a list of ideas to get you out and about when the weather is rubbish.
1. Visit your local museum. Scotland has lots of free and paid fo... read more