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Article published 24/02/2021

Scottish Agritourism, the sector body for agritourism in Scotland, is running a series of regional webinars throughout March. The webinars aim to bring together farmers already undertaking agritourism, those with plans in the pipeline and those who are just starting to find out more about what is involved and what the benefits are.

The webinars aim to inform, inspire and identify who is interested in agritourism across each region, with different speakers sharing their agritourism journey and information on the Scottish Agritourism movement.

Regional agritourism webinars

 

Tay Country | Tuesday 2 March, 2pm – 3.30pm

This event is for all farmers in Angus, Fife and Perthshire. Hear from four different businesses about their agritourism journey:

  • Nikki Pollock, Ardross Farm Shop
  • Claire Fleming, Peel Farm
  • Sascha Grierson, Grierson Organics
  • Kay Wilson, Lennox of Lomond

It’s being delivered by Scottish Agritourism in conjunction with VisitScotland, with support from Angus Tourism Co-operative, Appetite for Angus, Fife Tourism Partnership, Perthshire Tourism Partnership and NFU Scotland.

Register your place on Eventbrite.
 

South of Scotland | Wednesday 3 March, 2pm – 3.30pm

This event is for all farmers in the Scottish Borders and Dumfries and Galloway. Hear from three different businesses about their agritourism journey:

  • Robert Wilson, Fluffy Moos
  • Murray McConchie, 3littlehuts
  • Alison Younger, Old Leckie Farm

It’s being delivered by Scottish Agritourism in conjunction with South of Scotland Enterprise and VisitScotland, supported by South of Scotland Destination Alliance and NFU Scotland.

Register your place on Eventbrite.
 

Ayrshire & Arran and Lanarkshire | Thursday 4 March, 2pm – 3.30pm

This event is for all farmers across Ayrshire & Arran and Lanarkshire. Hear from three different businesses about their agritourism journey:

  • Ailsa Currie, Bellevue Farm
  • Selina Cairns, Errington Cheese
  • Jo McNicol, Drift 2 Limited

It’s being delivered by Scottish Agritourism in conjunction with VisitScotland, with support from VisitScotland, Visit Arran, Arran's Food Journey and NFU Scotland.

Register your place on Eventbrite.
 

Argyll and the Isles | Wednesday 10 March, 2.30pm – 4pm

This event is for all farmers across Argyll and the Isles. Hear from five different businesses about their agritourism journey:

  • Kay Wilson, Lennox of Lomond
  • Carolyne Charrington, Treshnish self-catering cottages
  • Flora Corbett, Lochbuie Larder and Cottages
  • Alison Younger, Old Leckie Farm
  • Carron Tobin, Wild About Argyll

It’s being delivered by Scottish Agritourism in conjunction with VisitScotland, and is supported by Wild About Argyll, Food from Argyll, and NFU Scotland.

Register your place on Eventbrite.
 

Stirlingshire and Loch Lomondside | Monday 15 March, 2pm – 3.30pm

This event is for all farmers across Stirlingshire, Loch Lomondside, and East and West Dunbartonshire. Hear from four different businesses about their agritourism journey:

  • Alison Younger, Old Leckie Farm
  • Chris Scott-Park, Portnellan Farm
  • Kay Wilson, Lennox of Lomond
  • Rebecca McEwen, Arnprior Farm

It’s being delivered by Scottish Agritourism in conjunction with VisitScotland, and is supported by Destination Stirling and NFU Scotland.

Register your place on Eventbrite.

Be part of Scottish Agritourism

Scottish Agritourism is the membership organisation for agritourism businesses in Scotland and sits within the umbrella of the national Scottish Tourism Alliance.

Find out more about how to join Scottish Agritourism and the benefits on joining on the Scottish Tourism Alliance website.