Microadventures straight out of your front or back door are the best type of adventures. No faff with travelling somewhere and forgetting to bring your shoes, just straight out the door and off you go. These are my favourite types of adventures. They are my favourite type of adventure, because it doesn’t take a huge commitment if you are short on time, you’re not spending lots of time travelling in a car, and if something goes wrong, you are not far from home.
The winter snow is finally disappearing, the crocuses are emerging and the nights are lighter. Easter is on the way! Perth and Perthshire are fantastic places to visit and spend some time during the chocolate season – there’s so much to do, see and, most importantly, eat! Feast your eyes on our Top 10 Reasons to “egg-sperience” our lovely county at Easter time. Read more →
For as long as I can remember dogs have been a big part of our family. The first dogs we had were two Dobermans, later on followed collies, a dachshund and now Baxter our Lhasa Apso. As all dog lovers will understand dogs are a massive part of the family and it’s great being able to include them in more than just a walk in the park. Read more →
My dynamic crew decided they could wait no longer for the temperature to start rising. Read more →
Having spent over 40 years taking photographs in Africa it’s fair to say that Harry Hook knows a thing or two about this wonderful continent. The collection of images he has amassed is astounding: vivid, dramatic, unusual and deeply intriguing. And the stories behind the pictures are equally fascinating too, shedding remarkable and emotional perspectives on the day-to-day lives of people across Africa. The RSGS is delighted to announce that esteemed photographer Harry Hook will be presenting a richly illustrated public lecture about his photographic adventures in Africa on Tuesday 13th March in Perth. His talk will be the last of the 2017/18 Inspiring People series in Perth. Read more →
This year 2018 sees the 100 anniversary of the Representation of the People Act, which gave women the vote. The rights for women came after what can only be described as an all out war on the government by militant Suffragettes and Perthshire was to feature prominently in this struggle. Read more →