Centuries ago, Scone Palace was a hive of medieval activity, and this May bank holiday it will return to those historical roots with the Braveheart Scottish Axe Throwing Open taking place on the palace lawns on Sunday 5th May. Sports such as axe throwing and medieval combat have become increasingly popular over recent years due to the huge success of television series Game of Thrones and Vikings.
This MS Awareness Week (22-28 April), the MS Trust is calling on people with MS to pop on their pumps and introduce a little activity – big or small – into their daily routine. Staying active doesn’t need to mean running marathons or going to the gym, it’s about doing it at your own level, at your own pace. Doing it YOUR way.
With major focuses on renewables, technology, manufacturing, food and drink as well as the exciting projects such as Gateway Rosyth – an international port with exceptional facilities – Fife is an ideal setting for businesses to prosper.
If you’re not sure what your next step is, what course to study, or if university is even for you, all these questions and much more can be answered at an Open Day.
A new breed of bankers is bringing old-fashioned face-to-face support to the unlikeliest of places.
Taking the bank on the road isn’t a new idea; meet Norman Smith, who is continuing a tradition that was started by Royal Bank of Scotland in the 1940s.
There is mounting evidence that children who regularly play outdoors, especially in nature, are smarter, happier and healthier. This comes as no surprise to staff and parents of Wee Wild Sparks Outdoor Nursery in Coupar Angus, Perthshire.
Are you unsure which course is right for you? Are you wondering which course could help you towards your future career? Open Events are the ideal place to start!
Ask anyone to name their favourite teacher, and rarely will they be left wanting for an answer.
Buildings across Angus will be welcoming the public on 8 and 9 September when they take part in this year’s Doors Open Days.