Arts & Crafts
Scotsmart covers Scottish Architecture, Art Galleries and collections plus
national and local Museums. Music websites of different styles are listed.
Creative arts like Pottery, Ceramics, Glassware & Textiles including weaving.
Agriculture and farming, Building including suppliers and various trades, Cars
with rentals and driving schools. Corporate Services for B2B. Personal Finance.
Specialist computer Services including Internet, Web publishing & site design
services have represented.
Featuring traditional Scottish Bagpipes, Highland Clans, Festivals and Highland
Games. Gaelic language with family roots & Genealogy. History including Local,
Scottish Castles and Scottish fighting Regiments as well as Tartan and Traditional
Music are covered in detail.
Education & Employment
Check out Scotland's Schools, ongoing education Colleges and Universities.
Information & Guides
Government and the new Scottish Parliament with Political Parties. Check out
Regional Information websites including: Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Dundee ...
Check out Top Scottish Sites on Scotsmart.
Focusing on Health and Medicine issues. Hobbies & Leisure including
Pets are covered. A full guide to Scottish Wedding Services.
Stores and suppliers of Clothing & Knitwear, specialist Food & Drink
and also Whisky, haggis and smoked products. Scottish Gardens. Buy
Gifts online or find kilts, sporrans and full Highland Wear. Traditional
and Celtic Jewellery websites.
Charities in Scotland plus Environment or Wildlife issues. Housing &
estate agents plus Law companies. Media incuding Newspapers, radio and
Television. Also covering social issues and Religion.
Equestrian pursuits with riding schools. Where to find Fishing &
Shooting in Scotland. Favourite Football teams and supporters clubs.
Golf tours, holidays and courses throughout Scotland.
Attractions across Scotland plus accomodation in B&B, Hotels, Cottages
and Self catering. Listing Transport sites plus vacation and Tours.
It happened in Scotland on 12 December . . . .
1721 Alexander Selkirk died at sea, the real Robinson Crusoe