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New Glencoe Guidebook

The National Trust for Scotland has just published a brand new guidebook on Glencoe.
The new guidebook covers many aspects of Glencoe’s natural and cultural heritage, explaining how the geology of the area was formed hundreds of millions of years ago and describing its more recent human history, including the Glencoe Massacre of 1692.
Its packed with lots of information and fantastic pictures as well as ideas of where to go for walks. At only £5.00 it’s a great guide and souvenir for folk visiting the area and hopefully will be of interest to local people as well.
The book also features accounts from local schoolchildren on how they feel about their home and it was launched a press event in early February when a presentation of a copy of the book to the young authors was made.
Four pupils have written short passages in the book, which is the largest guidebook ever produced by the NTS, describing their love of the Glen’s landscape, its wildlife, its history and the ‘mysterious’ Glencoe village.

Designers Steve at Weesleekit and Mike the Photographer said producing the book was a 'labour of love' and they really enjoyed coming to Glencoe and meeting all the folk involved in it.

Visit the shop to buy your copy or call us to order.


Presentation of new Guidebook to young authors
Presentation of new Guidebook to young authors
The Design Team and young authors
The Design Team and young authors


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