Many Feet Make Heavy Work
Paul Thompson, Ranger at Ben Lawers National Nature Reserve writes about how erosion affects NNR properties. As the days lengthen the first purple saxifrage appears on the hill and the melting snow reveals, among other things, the extent of winter’s damage to our mountain footpaths.
Accessible and Sustainable
Paul Thompson, Ranger at Ben Lawers National Nature Reserve writes about the history surrounding the NNR. The NTS cares for over 75000ha of countryside, large proportions of which lie in national parks, nature reserves and scenic areas.
Gordon Hibbert reflects on twenty years of Killin panto
January 2015 will see the 20th annual Killin Drama Club pantomime performance when Treasure Island takes over the McLaren Hall in Killin. One member of the club at the centre of the pantomime whirlwind is Gordon Hibbert, the director of the panto for twenty years and chairman of the club. Killin.
Glen Ogle 33 2014
I am one of the Race Directors for the Glen Ogle 33 Ultra Marathon which takes place each year in this area. Along with my friend Bill (hence BaM racing) we first organised the race in 2011 and it’s been growing in popularity each year.
Davidsons Chemist Introduction
I wanted to take some time to introduce myself as your new pharmacist at Davidsons, my name is Laura Bathgate.
A Village History – Killin
Set in the heart of Breadalbane – the Uplands of Alban – and in the heart of Perthshire, our Village and District are considered by many to be the most beautiful in Scotland.
Killin History – A Short Introduction
This article is a small introduction to Killin history, the beautiful and historic area of Scotland which I am very proud to come from. If anyone would like to know more in depth about the places and artefacts described please do not be shy to get in touch. – Davie Osler.