Cynthia meets the young Lord Sinclair the story takes both a romantic turn and then a twist as romance is threatened by blackmail and a kidnap plot designed for sabotage.
Taking Out The Trash
“If there’s one phrase that gars me greet, it’s “get on with the day job”. Promoting Scotland is the day job”
Edinburgh to be a Short Term Let Control Area
“For far too long, too many homes have been lost in our city to the holiday market. ” Leader of Edinburgh Council Cammy Day
Revealing the Face of 6th Century Scotland
Facial reconstructions undertaken by Hayley Fisher. Copyright City of Edinburgh Council/ Hayley Fisher
Explore the Hutton Section and Hutton’s Rock – Salisbury Crags on Sketchfab.
“Hutton realised that the processes of erosion, deposition and uplift were connected and operated continuously”
Scottish National Gallery #OnThisDay
On 21st of March 1859 The Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh opened.
Encyclopaedia Britannica #OnThisDay
On 6th of December 1768 the first edition of Encyclopaedia Britannica was published in Edinburgh.
Scotland’s Black History
The grave of Malvina Wells born in Grenada in 1805 can be found in Edinburgh with the Scottish family she worked for.
Poetry Corner: Open The Doors
On 1st July 1999, the Scottish Parliament was reconvened…..
Scotland’s Ancient Oaks & The Building of a Cathedral
“This research shows that Darnaway still had reserves of old growth oak, by then a very scarce and valuable resource in Scotland.”