£15m lottery boost for Glasgow’s Burrell Collection revamp

The multi-million pound revamp of one of Scotland's leading museums, the Burrell Collection in Glasgow, has received a major boost from the National Lottery. The £15m pledge from the Heritage Lottery Fund goes towards the £66m cost of the redevelopment of the museum, in the south side of the city in Pollok Park. Glasgow City Council has agreed to fund up to [...]

£15m lottery boost for Glasgow’s Burrell Collection revamp2017-10-06T12:43:21+00:00
  • The Queensferry Crossing will open to traffic on 30 August, alongside the Forth Bridge and the Forth Road Bridge

Bridging the marketing gap

Scottish businesses are being encouraged to capitalise on the tourism opportunities presented by the Queensferry Crossing. Ahead of next week’s official opening of the world’s longest three-tower, cable-stayed bridge, VisitScotland has created a free industry toolkit to help accommodation providers, tour companies and visitor attractions use the Queensferry Crossing in their marketing. As well as a selection of stunning images [...]

Bridging the marketing gap2017-08-24T10:08:42+00:00

Edinburgh and East Lothian set for victory with Churchill

The Edinburgh region is ready for its latest starring role this month when it will appear in Lionsgate’s latest production, Churchill, opening in UK cinemas on 16 June. Set in the 96 hours ahead of the infamous D-Day landings in June 1944, Churchill follows Britain’s most iconic Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, as he battles his political enemies and personal demons [...]

Edinburgh and East Lothian set for victory with Churchill2017-06-15T16:41:06+00:00