Monthly Archives: July 2012

CITTASLOW PERTH REACHES ITS FIRST HALF CENTURY

Cittaslow Perth is pleased to announce that it has now reached the landmark of formally accrediting and recognising 50 Business Supporters. Continue reading

Perth grows from strength-to-strength

A successful bid to regain city status early in 2012 marked another feather in the cap for Scotland’s bustling city of Perth. This level of achievement has almost come to be expected from a city that boasts twinnings with six international towns, is home to Scotland’s first and largest farmers’ market and has the internationally renowned Gleneagles Hotel just a few miles along the road.

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Perth’s New Country Hotel shines at recent awards

The New County Hotel in Perth was celebrating after head chef Rory Lovie (22) was named Scotland’s Rising Young Chef just two months after taking up his position. Continue reading

Tweedmouth Feast

19TH, 21ST AND 22ND JULY QUEEN’S GARDENS TWEEDMOUTH AND GREEN

This event, which starts on 19th July, celebrates the salmon fishing that was once a common sight on the River Tweed. Its origins date back to the 12th century festival of St Boisil. Continue reading

Aylsham goes for gold!

Aylsham’s Town Clerk, Mo Anderson-Dungar tells us more about the Olympic torch relay that passed through on 4th July.

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