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Established Titles – Buyer Beware Established Titles – Buyer Beware

You may have seen an advert promoting something called ‘Established Titles’ on Facebook or elsewhere, and perhaps you are wondering ...

Sharing the Love this Valentine’s Day Sharing the Love this Valentine’s Day

This Valentine’s Day, we wanted to give a lucky couple the chance to win their own couples plot in Scotland ...

What’s in a Name? Rather a lot, our survey reveals… What’s in a Name? Rather a lot, our survey reveals…

1 in 5 men would end a relationship because of a surname What’s in a name? Rather a lot, our ...

Scottish New Year (All 3 days of celebrations!) Scottish New Year (All 3 days of celebrations!)

Scottish New Year celebrations are world famous, and if you have yet to experience a traditional Hogmanay you are going ...

The Scottish Breakfast; 1 delicious tradition you will not want to miss! The Scottish Breakfast; 1 delicious tradition you will not want to miss!

Warning! The Scottish Breakfast will make you salivate. Excess salivation will make you hungry.  Read this at your own risk! From ...

The New Highland Titles App (2019) The New Highland Titles App (2019)

We are very pleased to (finally!) confirm the launch of our new customer app! To all the Lairds, Lords and ...

Scottish Names (Including the Top 20 Baby Names of last year) Scottish Names (Including the Top 20 Baby Names of last year)

Would you recognise a Scottish name when you saw one? Or perhaps more aptly, would you be able to pronounce ...

Scottish Slang 1.0 (The Ultimate Guide to Help You Blend in North of the Border) Scottish Slang 1.0 (The Ultimate Guide to Help You Blend in North of the Border)

You could be forgiven for thinking that Scottish slang is an entirely different language to the rest of the UK; ...

Highland Cows (and 8 fun facts you need to know about these legen-dairy beasts!) Highland Cows (and 8 fun facts you need to know about these legen-dairy beasts!)

Highland cows are often known as the gentle giants of Scotland. With their long horns, and flowing red locks, these ...