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Solheim Cup Community Fund

Solheim Cup Community Fund In case you hadn't heard, the 2019 Solheim Cup will take place at the PGA Centenary Course at The Gleneagles Hotel from 10th to 15th September 2019, at the biennial contest between the top women professional golfers from Europe and USA. The...

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Enjoy Perth and feel rewarded!

How would you like to be rewarded for shopping, eating out, getting a haircut, seeing a film, going for a swim or getting on a bus? Even better, you don’t have to carry a loyalty card or search for a promotional email on your phone! Mi Rewards, the city-wide loyalty programme that launched last September, does just that.

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Perth Visitor Centre Re-opening

Perth Visitor Centre To Re-Open In early April, the Royal Scottish Geographical Society (RSGS) will re-open the Fair Maid’s House Visitor Centre for the season. The geographic inspiration begins on Friday 5th April between 13:00 and 15:00 when there will be a special...

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Frankenstein

Frankenstein Tour Will Premiere In Perth Theatre Perth Theatre is delighted to be partnering with Selladoor Productions, Matthew Townshend Productions and Belgrade Theatre Coventry for a new UK tour of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.The production premieres in Perth...

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Only in Whispers

Only in Whispers: Perth's Supernatural Exhibition This month I thought that I would go and check out the “Only in Whispers” exhibition at the Perth Museum and Art Gallery.  This display focuses on the Myths and Legends of Perthshire which I am sure you know by now I...

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Solheim Cup Transport FAQs

Solheim Cup Transport FAQs From 13 to 15 September 2019, the Solheim Cup, the biggest event in women’s golf, will be taking place at Gleneagles Hotel. The PING Junior Solheim Cup and practice days will take place beforehand, from 9-12 September.   How many people...

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Perth Festival of Yarn 2019

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.

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Café Play

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...

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St William of Perth

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.

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Picture Perfect Perthshire

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.

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A Wilder Scotland in Perth: RSGS Talk

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...

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