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COVID-19 Unfortunately due to the Global Pandemic we have taken the difficult decision to close the Heritage Centre for the 2020 season. We plan to return at the beginning of June 2021.

Aut pax, aut bellum — pax to our followers, bellum to the virus!

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Gathering 2018 photo album is also available to members HERE

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1 day ago
Clan of the Month - Great Gunn

Well, April seems like a lifetime ago now .... however we’re still blessed that life goes on here with four seasons in one day on occasion.

Here’s a chance to look back at the great piece from our friends at Scotland Shop who hailed us as their Clan if the Month. Great interview with the Chief in there if you missed it the first time.

Join us as we explore one of Scotland's oldest clans, and uncover the history of April's Clan of the Month, Clan Gunn. One costly but indecisive battle occurred at Harpsdale near Thurso, in 1426.Ackergill Tower - Home of Clan KeithFollowing years of onslaught from rival clans, Gunn of Ulbster,…

1 week ago
North 500 – Permitted Campervan Travel Times This Week (3-9 Aug)

Here's the permitted travel times for Campervans and Caravenettes to be travelling on the Northern Fury Road 500 for this week beginning Monday 3rd of August.

1 week ago
Ork-Shet-Abdn Concert

Sunday 2nd August - 8pm

Online viewable concert from the North including music from Gordon Gunn. To watch this amazing event click the link below - enjoy

https://fiddle-online.com/concerts/northern.php

Great Scottish musicians from Orkney, Shetland, and Aberdeenshire share their music in concert online.

2 weeks ago
Blogs from the North - Clan Gunn Society

Lady Gunn's latest blog is available.

Bunty has put pen to paper to describe the Life up North during these strange Covid times. Read more via the link below

https://www.clangunnsociety.org/blogs-north/

Blogs from the North Click the links below to read all of Bunty’s Blogs

2 weeks ago
'Wonderful news for the north' as UK government backs Flow Country for World Heritage Site status

The bid to secure World Heritage Site status for the Flow Country took huge step forward today as the UK government pledged its support.

2 weeks ago
VisitKelso

"WARNING TO VISITORS TO SCOTLAND"

We have been asked by the SHPS ( Scottish Haggis Protection Society) to warn people about the dangers of Haggis Laying Season.
The last two weeks of July and the month of August are when Haggi are particularly dangerous, while protecting their newly hatched Hagglets.

If you spot a brood while you are out and about exploring , please do KEEP A SAFE DISTANCE!
Coastal Haggi can be particularly vicious and give you a Nasty peck, they are very fast swimmers.

But the worst ones are the rarely seen *Galloway* Belted Haggi , they live in the hills and can run ... See more

3 weeks ago
Leave No Trace - North Coast 500

A useful reminder from our friends at North Coast 500

https://www.northcoast500.com/top-tips-hitting-route/leave-no-trace/

Give your litter a lift, take it home! Whether you are travelling by car, bicycle, motorcycle, campervan, motorhome or foot, it is your responsibility to dispose of your waste responsibly. Keep Scotland Beautiful reports that 50 tonnes of litter is abandoned on Scotland’s roadsides each month, muc...

3 weeks ago
Top rating for Caithness-based TV vet series

Amazing documentary following local vets working Caithness

The documentary series The Highland Vet, set in Caithness, has become the most popular show on 5Select.

1 month ago
5/7/2020 :: Society Of Caithness Artist - Annual Show Online This Year

Online show - great way to stay in touch with Caithness

Unveiling of the Inaugural Glass, Meet the Future Festival 3 July -17 July 2020 Northlands Creative Glass GMTF UNVEILS ITS AMBITIOUS AND DIVERSE FILM PROGRAMME REFLECTING TODAYS GLASS COMMUNITY Scotland's arts links with Japan are being supported by over £100,000 from a partnership between British ...

1 month ago
Macnab Knives

Some amazing and skillfull work from Macnab Knives just down the road in Montrose!

Definitely worth a look at the photos on the page. Great craftsmanship!

https://www.facebook.com/macnabknives/

Macnab Knives is dedicated to making high quality, handmade, bespoke knives. Each knife is unique and can be custom made to suit clients needs.
Made in a shed in Scotland.
All antler sourced locally