Sunday 16th to Tuesday 18th June 2019
This year’s trip will be a two night visit to the Highlands, based at the Coylumbridge Hotel, near Aviemore.
We will set off at 8:15 am from the Glen Car Park, Pittencrieff St, on the morning of Sunday 16th June and travel by coach to Culloden Battlefield and Visitor Centre (NTS) where we will have a light lunch followed by an afternoon exploring the battlefield and the excellent visitor centre opened in 2008. Those of you with NTS membership please remeber to bring your cards, as Culloden and Hugh Millar’s Cottage are NTS sites.
On Monday, we drive across the Kessock Bridge to the Black Isle where we’ll visit Fortrose Cathedral, Rosemarkie and Cromarty. We’ll have the opportunity to explore the villages and visit some of the excellent local museums such as Groam House, Hugh Millar’s Cottage and the Courthouse museum.
On the final day we will visit Cawdor Castle with plenty of time to explore both the castle and the beautiful gardens. Lunches and snacks are available at the castle’s courtyard cafe. We break our journey home, with a stop for high tea at the Salutation Hotel, Perth.
Looking forward to an excellent trip!
Our one night trip, from Sunday 3rd to Monday 4th June, to visit the Eastern Borders, based at the Ednam House Hotel, Kelso was a great success.
Cherry Allan has written a full report – “On A Wee Borders Raid“, with some photos taken by Robin Thompson.
Our April trip in 2018 was a very enjoyable one day visit to Dundee.
Pamela Macleod has summarised the day, in “Trip to Dundee – April 2018” , with photos taken by Martin Tarr.
‘A Trip to White Rose Country’
Saturday 22nd April – Tuesday 25th April 2017
A full report on our highly enjoyable trip to North Yorkshire is now available in “Journeying into White Rose Country“. Our thanks to Lindsey Fowell for the report, and to Martin Tarr, Douglas Bell and Robin Thompson for the photos.
In “Westward Ho! – A trip to Glasgow“, Lindsey Fowell describes our summer day trip to Bothwell Castle, The Riverside Museum and the Tall Ship, with plenty of photographs to illustrate the day.