Encouraging people to dedicate more time to exercise and other pursuits like meditation. With the aim of improving our physical and mental well being, Scotland seems like an ideal place to begin.
A day to celebrate and raise awareness of the importance of all types of forests.
Have a look at our Gincyclopedia and see which one of the hundreds of forests in Scotland you could visit.
You can never have too many conversations during National Conversation Week!
This year’s theme is Happier Together, focusing on what we have in common, rather than what divides us.
Everyone wants to be happy – and life is happier when we’re together. What better reason to share a glass of your favourite Scottish Gin.
Celebrate all things Irish and raise a glass for St Patrick’s Day.
The Games celebrate a rich culture and heritage with field and track events. Highland dancing competitions, Piping competitions and heavyweight events including the world championships for tossing the caber. You will also find a good selection of local Scottish food and drink stands,
Set to be a special weekend, with live music spread over three indoor venues. Local food & drink, family fun and a dedicated VIP area, there is something for everyone. Maybe even a Scottish Gin or two!
An incredible 2 day running tour adventure, of the stunning Isle of Arran. This wee piece of paradise has it all: Don’t let its size fool you though – packing an Ultra into each day over a 2 day weekend you will rack up 60 miles with some serious vertical gain. The mountains are high, the glens deep, the forests enchanting and the coastal scenery stunning.
A great traditional day out for all the family! Heavy events, highland dancing, athletics, children’s fancy dress and stalls galore! Why not pop in and say hello to the team at Isle of Arran Gin while your in the area.
A week-long walking festival takes place annually across the Isles of Islay, Jura and Colonsay.
Join us for 1 walk or 6, the choice is yours.
Walks vary from easy to strenuous and take in the beautiful island scenery, from beaches and lochs, to mountains and moorland.