Tibbermore Church

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Tibbermore is a small village near Perth and Tibbermore Parish Church dates from 1632. The Graveyard contains many monuments of interest e.g. the memorial of James Ritchie.

In front of the church is a beautiful old archway. You can enjoy peace and silence at the graveyard. The church is normally closed, but it opens by arrangement e.g. for wedding or funerals.


Comrie Croft

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Comrie Croft is a unique community-based resource offering holidays, leisure, nature, festivities and agriculture. The Croft is based on a farmstead but has been nurtured so that it is so much more – a destination, a place to enjoy, somewhere to find healthy green products and a place to celebrate. The community of motivated people involved in cultivation, production, activities...

A short circular walk to Braco Castle

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Distance: 3 miles

Time: 1hr 30 mins

Terrain: surfaced tracks through wood, parkland and fields.

Map of the walk

The walk begins at the boundary of Braco and follows the river Knaik to Braco Castle.

New Apostolic Church

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We are members of the New Apostolic Church (NAC).

Our place of worship in Scotland is located in Glasgow at 329 North Woodside Road.

Services take place every Sunday at 10:30am and Wednesday at 7:30pm.

More information can be found here.

If you would like to know more about our church, you are welcome to attend one of the services.



Scottish Eggs

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We love the vegetarian kitchen and use organic products wherever possible and we bake our own bread, rolls and cakes.

Now, we have tested some Scottish recipes and here is one of our favourites:

Vegetarian Scottish Eggs with flower salad

Serves 2, preparation 30 min, bake 20 min.


  • 2 large eggs
  • 1 small egg
  • 100 g wholemeal breadcrumbs
  • 75 g vegetarian Cheddar
  • 1 spring onion
  • some fresh parsley
  • some fresh...

Stunning Nature

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Nature in Scotland really is right on your doorstep unless your front garden only has flagging stones or a garden filled up with slabs. Nature is not only the further afield stunning landscapes and views, enchanting nature is also right by your feet with earthworms and bees, acorns and mushrooms, the raindrops in the sunlight and the wind, which blows...