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This summer 23 beautifully painted, Red Squirrel sculptures will be hiding in Inverness and across the Highlands of Scotland, waiting for you to find them. Get your self a free Go Nuts map and start your trail across the Highlands. This gorgeous sticker book will help you keep track of those you've found and those you haven't.
If you don't manage to meet all our Squirrels over the summer, you can see the full collection of 23 gathered in Falcon Square in the centre of Inverness on 28th and 29th September 2019.
Written by Kathy Fraser.
For the Love of a Highland Home traces the early nineteenth century struggle of five young Fraser brothers to save their father's impoverished estate in the Scottish Highlands. Their experiences in Guyana amd India take place during turbulent times - the Napoleonic Wars, the anti-slavery movement, the demise of the Mughal Empire, the Anglo-Nepal war and the changing life in the post-Culloden Highlands. Against this dramatic background, the book documents the lives of the family at home as well as the adventures of the brothers, drawing extensively on diaries and the copious letters between the boys and their parents in Scotland.
Kathy Fraser, married to Malcolm Fraser, 20th laird of Reelig, has based this book on a unique family archive of 200-year-old documents. In 2013 the book was shortlisted for the Biographers Club Tony Lothian Prize for first time biographers.
Follow our Highland Hospice mascot Bobby the Bee as he tries to raise money to help build the new Highland Hospice by running in the Inverness Half Marathon. In record time!
Inspired by a true event, this lovely children's story was written by Jim Blyth, a long time supporter of Highland Hospice and illustrations are by Tanja Russita.
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