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Highland Clearances and the future

Posted by True Highlands in Kit and Caboodle | 6 comments

17.09.15

The Highland Clearances are undoubtedly one of the defining moments in Scottish history, no other event has had the long lasting impact both psychologically and geographically as they have done. Collectively, even among those without specialist knowledge we have a shared sense of outrage that binds us together as a nation. So what can we learn from the past? Is it time to move on or should we instead try to right one of the most powerful historical wrongs.  

Forfar Bridie – An Angus Tradition

Posted by True Highlands in Scottish Recipes | 3 comments

10.09.15

The name “Bridie” has two possible origins. One is that the name comes from Maggie Bridie of Glamis who sold them at Buttermarket and the other is that the horseshoe shape made them lucky to serve at weddings and took the name from the bride.  

A little taster of St Kilda

Posted by True Highlands in Kit and Caboodle | 5 comments

03.09.15

The highlands has many remote and difficult to access spots, but few capture the imagination quite like the island of St Kilda. A journey to this near-mythical outpost, 40 miles into the Atlantic, is akin to approaching the edge of the world as well as stepping back in time. What is it that captivates us about this barren and isolated outcrop of rock, barely visible from the civilisation of North Uist?  

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