When Black is White

Thanks to a Durham resident a wildlife oddity has come to the Trust’s attention. Duncan Blakemore arrived at the Trust’s office claiming to have seen a white blackbird. That is not the most unusual wildlife report that the Trust has received, we’ve had numerous big cats, arctic foxes and so on, but this report was […]

The Acarsaid Hotel, Pitlochry complete Major Refurb in preparation for Scotland 2014

Homecoming Scotland, Glasgow’s Commonwealth Games and the Ryder Cup; it’s a big year for Scotland and The Acarsaid wants to be ready to compete with the best. In February 2013, following a bleak period, the hotel was taken back into the hands of owners, Ina and Sandy MacArthur who started giving the once very popular […]

Durham Wildlife Services – Hendon Sidings

Durham Wildlife Services Contribution · Badger Survey · Bat Surveys · Reptile Surveys · Lepidoptera Surveys · Extended Phase 1 Survey · NVC Survey · Breeding Bird Survey · Ecological Mitigation and Enhancement Plan Hendon Siding is a disused railway sidings covering 29.32 ha and is situated directly adjacent to the port of Sunderland, County […]

Tight budget? Here’s why you should be investing.

  Today, more than ever, budget restrictions are limiting options and influencing our choices within the business world. In the current economic climate, although recovery is in sight, budgets remain tight and purse strings even tighter. Wise investments are vital and justification of any expenditure is essential. In the property inventory market, there are various […]

Scotland on Sunday’s Eligibles, Edinburgh

Scotland on Sunday’s, annual event in association with Ocean Terminal, provided a glitzy and glamorous evening celebration, on the waterfront at Leith. Nominations and voting had already been conducted in the lead up to the Eligibles party through Scotland on Sunday’s Spectrum Magazine, with the final 100 most successful, single, Scottish ladies and gents attending […]