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Broughty Castle (Scotland 2009)

Broughty Ferry ist heute ein Vorort am östlichen Stadtrand von Dundee in Schottland. Es liegt am Nordufer des Firth of Tay kurz vor seinem Übergang in die Nordsee. 154 more words

Scotland Gallery

Salmon in Our Classroom

by Primary 7 at St Madoes Primary School

On Tuesday the 2nd February, our salmon eggs arrived in the classroom. We had been given the tank the day before along with a presentation detailing how to care for our salmon eggs and an explanation of the life cycle of the Atlantic salmon.  690 more words


Perth, in pictures.

Even a cloudy, scattered with showers day finds it hard to make Perth look anything but the beautifully pretty place that it is.

Well, this is pretty much our time in Perth summed up in pictures. 65 more words


Salmon in the Classroom

Once again, the coming of March highlights our Salmon in the Classroom project where school-children from across Perth & Kinross are given the responsibility of looking after salmon eggs in their classrooms. 253 more words

Volunteer Stories

Sunday Musings...

Today was Mother’s Day in the UK. A day which can bring much joy or much sadness depending on who you are, not helped by the constancy of social media. 301 more words

Busy Living

Arbroath Abbey

Living in Broughty Ferry Dundee it’s a short hop down the river to Arbroath Abbey. And growing up in Scotland in the long shadow of the Second World War (rationing finished in 1954 when I was 18 months old) I wasn’t particularly aware of the Abbey’s closeness or significance. 235 more words

The River Tay

I’ve had two contrasting walks on the banks of the River Tay of late. At the end of February I was treated to a glorious sunny morning with a firm frost, and today March brought a flurry of overnight snow. 448 more words