Catch up with the latest news, reviews and competitions from around Perthshire
Perth Festival of Yarn is Scotland’s Contemporary Fibre Festival; bringing boutique independent businesses, sheep-farmers and those that practice the fibre arts together to celebrate the best in textile artistry through a large marketplace, with classes and lectures to inspire.
Café Play Cafe Play opened in December 2018 and from the outset they discovered an outpouring of support via Facebook. It's clearly a venue that is offering something valuable to parents in and around Perth. We popped over for a visit to find out more about this new...
How are you going to keep the family entertained this Easter? If you don’t have any ideas yet, fear not – our Easter Holiday family fun guide is sure to keep you all egg-stremely happy!
St John’s Shopping Centre has won a Scottish Green Apple Environment Award in the international campaign to find the greenest companies, councils and communities.
There can not be many cities in the country that has had one of its former inhabitants canonised and created a Saint. The City of Perth has its own saint and here is his story.
It’s no secret Perthshire has some of the best viewpoints in Scotland. From rolling hills and hidden lochs to idyllic towns and ancient castles and palaces – there’s enough natural beauty to keep any avid photographer content for weeks.
It wasn’t long ago that wild forests stretched their fingers across much of Scotland. Beavers and cranes found sanctuary in extensive wetlands, salmon and trout filled Scotland's rivers, and lynx, wolf and wild boar stalked woodland glades. Today, Scotland has become...
Bus operator Stagecoach is backing independent businesses in Perth by signing up to the local Mi Rewards loyalty scheme, giving passengers the chance to benefit from shopping local and travelling by bus.Mi Rewards, the UK’s first card-linked loyalty...
January saw the opening of a new film about Mary Queen of Scots, and although I have yet still to go to the Playhouse in Perth to watch the film, I thought I would write about a famous event involving Mary that took place in Perth and Kinross – the imprisonment of the queen at Loch Leven Castle.
Burns night is celebrated annually on Robert Burns birthday on the 25th January.It’s a night to pay tribute to the great poet’s life and works, and to Scottish Culture.
Are you having a big family feast of haggis, neeps and tatties and raising a dram? Or do you fancy going out to an organised shindig with ceilidh dancing and lots of Burns entertainment?
Brighten up those winter nights with one of the high points of the Perth City Centre calendar – the return of the Perth Riverside Light Nights. Following a variety of themes visit the winter wonderland at Norie Miller Park on the banks of the River Tay to enjoy...
Get on the Go Tayside has spent the last 4 weeks searching for a snap or video of favourite walking, cycling or bus routes in Tayside. The photo with the most likes wins a brand new GoPro Hero 7
A few weeks ago, we were kindly invited to Highland Safaris HQ, just outside of Aberfeldy, to find out about the amazing projects they have been up to recently.
It was a quiet night at the Foulford Inn on the night of the 9th of October 1926. Outside it was blowing a gale, two men stood at the bar, grateful to be inside, where it was warm and dry.
Don’t Miss a Beat
Join our email newsletter today and get the latest stories sent straight to your inbox