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  • 79 of Scotland's Bloodiest Clan Battles: Interactive Map

    Today, Scotland’s clan system conjures up images of tartan-clad warriors running through the Highlands with mist eerily rolling across the plains. Tales of hardy men and women from a simpler time tend to fill people with a sense of longing for the past—whether they’re Scottish or not! At Lochc

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  • The 6 Best Scottish Castles for Weddings

    What images come to mind when you think of Scottish castles? Majestic architecture? Beautiful, craggy landscapes? The perfect spot for a wedding? With an expansive, rich history, and a vibrant, modern culture, Scotland is staking its claim as a place for avid adventurers to have the most awesome w

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  • DIY Crafts Using Lochcarron Tartan

    Over the festive season we sent our Lochcarron tartan fabric to a variety of talented bloggers in the UK. They carefully crafted teddy bears, Christmas decorations, tablet sleeves, handbags and cushions! We can’t help but feel inspired by these creative gems and we hope you will be too. Scroll d

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  • 11 Unique Scottish Wedding Venues

    Scotland’s beautiful landscapes set the perfect backdrop for a wedding. The range in scenery, from mountains to lochs, to castles and waterfalls, ensures there’s an abundance of unique places to tie the knot. So, if you’re looking for a unusual place to hold your wedding in Scotland, then lo

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  • 15 of the Best Things to do in Scotland

    Scotland is a place of natural beauty, where wildlife, lochs and moors await on every turn. Perfect for walking, adventures and culture, Scotland is soon becoming one of the most visited countries in Europe, and it’s easy to see why! If you want the hustle and bustle of a city, or the peace and s

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  • Our Guide to Scottish Wedding Traditions

    Scottish weddings have evolved and adapted over the centuries to suit changing times and customs. However, there are many Scottish wedding traditions that still remain today, and there’s a lot more to it than wearing a kilt! We’ll be taking you back through the ages to uncover the most famous (

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  • Uncovering The Scottish Clan System

    The word clan derives from the Gaelic word ‘clann’, meaning children, and is defined as a close knit group of interrelated families. Established around 1100, the original clans of Scotland were like extended family groups, and the majority of members were blood relatives and descendants of a com

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  • The History of The Kilt

    If you ask someone which object they most associate with Scotland, it's likely they'll say the kilt. But how much do you know about the kilt’s history? We decided to take a look at the story behind this unique Scottish garment. Source: Michael Coghlan How did the kilt evolve? The knee-length tar

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  • Scottish vs Irish Kilts: What’s the difference?

    Although kilts are traditionally associated with Scotland, they are also long-established in Irish culture. Kilts are worn in both Scotland and Ireland as a symbol of pride and a celebration of their Celtic heritage, yet each country’s kilt has many differences which we’ll explore in this post

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  • Six things to do in Selkirk

    Selkirk is a fascinating town located on the border of South East Scotland. Famous for its historical roots, Selkirk is one of the oldest Royal Burghs in Scotland. Steeped in traditional Scottish culture, there are a multitude of things to do whilst visiting. With activities ranging from sports

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