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Sunday Post to shine a spotlight on Scotland’s Gems

Sunday Post to shine a spotlight on Scotland’s Gems

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03.03.2017 – This weekend the Sunday Post launches a four-part magazine series, showcasing what the beautiful and vibrant country of Scotland has to offer.

Scotland’s Gems is your essential region-by-region guide to hundreds of top attractions as well as quirkier little-known venues.

From the majesty of Edinburgh Castle to the splendour of the West Highland Way; from wonderful walks to breath-taking views; from the best of Scottish food, hospitality and accommodation to must-sees and must-dos you’ll be desperate to discover, Scotland’s Gems will let you in on all the secrets.

This four-part guide – packed with recommendations from readers – will highlight the array of fantastic experiences each area has to offer.

This weekend Scotland’s Gems features Tayside, Angus & Fife, with other regions including Glasgow, the West & Central Scotland; Aberdeen, North East and the Highlands & Islands; and Edinburgh, the Lothians & Borders – in following weeks.

This series of special supplements will culminate in a giant fold-out map of Scotland – free with the paper on April 2nd – detailing all of the Gems featured in the magazines.

Scotland’s Gems, part one, is free inside this week’s Sunday Post.

DC Thomson & Co Ltd is a private company and one of the leading publishing houses in the UK.  The company’s headquarters is in Dundee, Scotland, with a London base in Fleet Street.  DC Thomson publishes newspapers, magazines, comics and books.  The company also has interests in radio, printing, retailing and online services.

Scotland's favourite family newspaper since 1914.  The title is on sale every Sunday across the circulation area of Scotland and the north of England.
Over the last few years, the paper has undergone significant change, with improved layout and better coverage of news and sport. The team of news reporters has received recognition at UK level for investigative journalism and The Raw Deal team take on our readers’ complaints, fighting on their behalf.



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Michael Spinner-Just


2017-03-03 13:09

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