Exercising can be hard when your not a sporty person, especially if you also aren’t big fans of conventional sports. Jonathan Tonge offers 5 sports for those who aren’t that sporty
Louis Ware is a man with a mission, to walk from Lands End to John o’groats, and he’ll be doing it all in his trusty kilt
Jonathan Tonge writes about wild camping and scenic driving, discussing how idealistic home travelling can become, with special shout outs to Scottish landmarks.
Why do they eat haggis, neeps and tatties on Burns Night? When did Robert live? Is Auld Lang Syne the national song of Scotland, or is it Mull of Kintyre? All that and more coming up.
I always thought I knew what home was. I grew up in the same place, the same town, the same house and with the same people. It felt right, and it felt safe. I knew the streets like the back of my hand, every ginnel, every park. I’d never left, I’d never moved. My life rotated around Preston and all that came from Preston, the people, the atmosphere, the traditions. Life was home and home was more than just the four walls where I was raised.
Though travel is impossible right now, Aine Donnellan and Nela Cadi managed a quick jaunt from their Stirling base to the Ochil Hills in Dollar, Clackmannanshire before Scottish lockdown intensified. Read the beautiful story of their day here.
Have your travel plans been cancelled because of COVID? Fear not, there’s plenty to see and do right at your doorstep…