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Stewart Borland, a volunteer with Highland Titles, hands over a cheque to the Glencoe Mountain Rescue
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Lochaber News, February 2014
Oban Times, February 2014
Oban Times, January 2014
Lochaber News, November 2013
The Sun, September 2013
Daily Mail, May 2013
Metro, May 2012
Daily Mail, December 2011
Metro, May 2012
Oban Times, November 2011
Daily Express, October 2011
Daily Record, November, 2010
San Francisco Cronicle, October, 2011
Klick News, October 2011
Laird William and Lady Glyn of Glencoe: Laird Will & Lady Glyn (and Rudy the Schnoodle) live in a 250 year old stone farmhouse in southeastern Pennsylvania, called RavenOak. But ’tis true their hearts are in the Highlands, where they have often vacationed – especially in the Western Isles.
The Laird of Glencoe: Personal accolade and information from the Laird of Glencoe. If you like us, please say so!
Lord Desmond of Glencoe: homepage of Lord Desmond, Laird of Glencoe. You may have seen him as “Desmond Crisis” from the television programmes, “Passengers” (Channel 4, UK), “Cool Tech” (USA/Sci-Fi) or from “The Desmond Crisis Programme” on the CNET Radio Network.
Lord James Rendell: Lord James Rendell is the owner of an estate in Glencoe Wood in Appin between Oban and Fort William, in the Scottish Highlands and is entitled to assume and use the title and style “Lord of Glencoe” and so he does!
Lady Jennie McKie: The Scottish Highlands through the Eyes of an Aussie…
Hotscot (web design): Founded in 1998, Hotscot has grown to become one of the leading Scottish digital agencies.
Trust Pilot: Thousands of reports from Highland Titles’ customers. Trustpilot is an open, community-based platform for sharing real reviews of shopping experiences online. Authentic reviews from actual customers are the best reflection of a company’s service, and the Trust Pilot community work hard to ensure that reviews are accurate.
NewsOK: Not sure what to get for a hard-to-shop-for nerd on your list? NewsOK gives you the answer