A Fantastic Day Out in Scotland

There is no doubt that Edinburgh has lots to offer for both tourists and locals.  You can easily spend a day visiting famous sites like…

Benefits of Taking a Private Tour of Scotland

Find out why taking a private tour of Scotland may be the best choice for you.

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Save Tax by Setting Up A Trust

How can you benefit from setting up a trust for a loved one?

Why Autumn is a Fantastic Time to Visit Scotland

Tourists flock to Scotland in the summer months knowing that our weather is very varied but at least it may be warm in the summer….

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Filming Max – The Very Talented Principal Conductor of the SCO

Recently, STROMA Films were delighted to start working with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra (SCO). We were asked to create a film about their new principal conductor, Maxim Emelyanychev and have recently finalised the edit of Meet Max.

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6 Things You Need To Know About Buying A Home in Scotland But No One Tells You

When buying a home in Scotland you will find that the process is slightly different than in the rest of the UK. There are even some regional variances. In Glasgow it is common practice to book a viewing time with the estate agency, however, in Edinb

What to Wear at a Winter Boot Camp or Fitness Class in Scotland

An outdoor boot camp or fitness class in the winter months can be a great way of staying active and healthy whilst still getting some fresh air. In Edinburgh, the fitandhappy boot camps for women take place in all weathers – come rain or shine.

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Dispelling The Myths About Home CCTV

Like so many other modern technologies and systems, CCTV is no longer reserved for the rich or large commercial enterprises. At Safe Simple Security in Edinburgh, we often meet clients who are surprised when we suggest installing home CCTV. We can

Importance of Writing a Will if you own Multiple Properties

Do you have a Will? You are never too young to write a Will. In Scots Law, everyone over the age of 12 can make a Will.

If you die without one, your estate may not be distributed in the way you would have intended, and it might cause real problems