Forget Throwback Thursdays, here at Scotweb, we're doing Tartan Tuesdays! This week we look at the Gunn tartan and learn about the history of the Clan.
A fun article about when you know you're Scottish. Take a look and let us know how many of these you can relate to!
Today marks Kelly Macdonald's 41st birthday, so to celebrate, we thought we'd take a look at her impressive acting career and celebrate her contribution to TV and Film over the last 21 years.
Forget Throwback Thursdays, here at Scoweb, we're doing Tartan Tuesdays! This week we look at the Arbuthnott Tartan and learn about the history of the Clan.
In this nod to the Fort William Mountain Festival, we take a look at what the festival is all about and the way it brings people together to celebrate mountain culture in the Scottish Highlands.
We take a look at our new Clan Crest Range! Perfect for wedding and graduation gifts, these Clan Crest products are perfect, with a personal touch of heritage.
Forget Throwback Thursdays, here at Scotweb, we're doing Tartan Tuesdays! This week we have a valentines special by exploring the Erskine Clan. As St Valentine's remains are held in Glasgow, the Erskine clan is the perfect Valentines Tartan Tuesday as the Clan's name relates to an area a mere ten miles from Glasgow. Check out the tartan and learn about the Erskine clan here.
The story of St Valentine is not one of love, in the way you might expect. Over the years, Valentines Day has been celebrated, under the assumption that St Valentine was the Saint of love, however history reveals a different story.
The world in which St Valentine lived, celebrated different values to today's society. Being a Roman Priest, he lived in a world where Claudias, the emperor, persecuted the church...
Got a loved one you want to spoil this Valentines Day? When writing your card, why not take some inspiration from Robert Burns in his poem 'Jean'? Jean Armour was Robert Burn's wife, who he wrote many verses of poetry about over the years. In this one we see him declare his love for her: