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Calums Plockton Seal Trips
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Calums Plockton Seal Trips
329.0 miles from stoke on trent For over 30 years now Calum Mackenzie and his crews have taken thousands of visitors on many hundreds of cruises to see the famous seals of Plockton, on Scotland’s magnificent West Coast. Our visitors return year after year, with many coming back to Plockton wanting to go on another boat trip and see the seals. Children nag their mums and...
Craig Highland Farm
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Craig Highland Farm
329.0 miles from stoke on trent VISIT this 17 acre holding on the shores of Loch Carron set aside for the preservation of rare breeds of domestic animals and fowl. SEE ancient and rare breeds of Scottish sheep, traditional species of poultry and water fowl, rabbits, outdoor pigs and piglets, geese, ducks, donkey, ponies, owls and baby chicks.
RunAround - Dingwall
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RunAround - Dingwall
329.8 miles from stoke on trent This is more a safe play area for kids under 5. It has a fantastic bouncy castle that has to been seen to be believed, just right for the wee ones. Lots of ride on toys and trikes with other toys to keep them occupied. The tables and chairs are situated around the play arena so it's easy to keep an eye on your child. The entrance is gated so they...
Dingwall Leisure Centre & Swimming Pool
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Dingwall Leisure Centre & Swimming Pool
329.8 miles from stoke on trent Dingwall Leisure Centre offers first-class swimming facilities and a wide choice of sessions, tailor made to suit most requirements (see below for details). Whether it’s fun with the family, lane swimming or relaxation you’ll find exactly what you’re looking for right here.
Ecoventures
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Ecoventures
330.8 miles from stoke on trent Located at the heart of the Moray Firth Special Area of Conservation, EcoVentures offers you a truly exhilarating and memorable boat trip experience. Experience the thrill aboard our high speed, offshore RIB (Rigid Inflatable Boat) and share firsthand the unique scenery, wildlife and history of our area. We operate from the historic village of...
Invergordon Leisure Centre
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Invergordon Leisure Centre
332.5 miles from stoke on trent Invergordon  Leisure Centre is a dry and wet facility which includes a large games hall, spinning room, squash courts, meeting room available for hire, creche facilities, health suite with sauna and a recently refurbished fitness room fully equiped with cardiovascular, fixed resistance and free weight stations. There is a Leisure Pool* with...
Little Monkeys Soft Play Centre - Alness
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Little Monkeys Soft Play Centre - Alness
333.7 miles from stoke on trent Ross-Shire’s only purpose built soft play facility available for single/group sessions or kids birthday parties
Royal Air Force Air Cadets 379 (County of Ross) Squadron
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Royal Air Force Air Cadets 379 (County of Ross) Squadron
333.7 miles from stoke on trent Are you up for fun, adventure, incredible experiences and making new friends? Are you looking for something to give you the edge in life? Then welcome to the Air Cadet Organisation (ACO). Better known as the 'Air Cadets', we’re a UK-wide cadet force with more than 40,000 members aged between 13 and 20 years. We're sponsored by the...
Corrieshalloch Gorge National Nature Reserve
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Corrieshalloch Gorge National Nature Reserve
337.7 miles from stoke on trent Corrieshalloch Gorge is a natural beauty spot on the A832 by Braemore Junction. The Gorge has an historic suspension bridge allowing commanding views of the falls and the Gorge sides and a viewing platform which extends over the valley. Walk across the suspension bridge as the River Droma rushes through a mile-long box canyon below. ...
Tain Through Time
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Tain Through Time
339.7 miles from stoke on trent Award winning museum, documenting Tain's near 1000 year history
Kisimul Castle
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Kisimul Castle
344.1 miles from stoke on trent The only significant surviving medieval castle in the Western Isles, seat of the Chiefs of Clan Macneil. The castles location - spectacularly sited on a rock in the bay, and known locally as the Castle in the Sea The tower-house battlements - offering fine panoramas around Castle Bay
Barra Power Kiting
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Barra Power Kiting
344.1 miles from stoke on trent Barra Power Kiting: They offer instruction in all disciplines of land based kiting, from an introduction to the sport, to kite buggying and kite landboarding.
Clearwater Paddling
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Clearwater Paddling
344.1 miles from stoke on trent Clearwater Paddling offers the unique adventure of guided sea kayaking tours in the most beautiful places combined with first class service. Paddle adventures allow you to explore stunning white beaches, quite lagoons and a watery maze of islands. These archipelagos are home to a wide range of natural history, including golden eagle, sea eagle,...
Dornoch Beach
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Dornoch Beach
344.2 miles from stoke on trent Dornoch beach is an officially designated E.C. Bathing Beach and has been given rural 'Seaside Award' Status as a clean bathing beach. There are continuous golden sands from Embo round to Dornoch point. Observe the wildlife in the rock pools, build magnificent sand castles, paddle in the clear waters. There is a children's playground adjacent to...
Gairloch Marine Life Centre & Cruises
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Gairloch Marine Life Centre & Cruises
352.6 miles from stoke on trent Hello and welcome to Gairloch Marine Life Centre and Cruises page! We are located in one of the most picturesque areas in Wester Ross on the west coast of the Scottish Highlands where you will be spoilt with so much to see and do. The Beinn Eighe Nature Reserve is situated in Glen Torridon and Loch Maree is just a short drive away. Come and join...
Hebridean Whale Cruises
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Hebridean Whale Cruises
352.6 miles from stoke on trent Welcome to Hebridean Whale Cruises. We operate whale watching and wildlife cruises from Gairloch, on Scotland's spectacular north west coast. Glittering Waters We look out over the fringes of the Atlantic Ocean. On the horizon are the misty shapes of the Outer Hebrides. To the south we see the majestic peaks of the Isle of Skye.
Timespan
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Timespan
357.5 miles from stoke on trent Timespan Museum is the starting point on a journey through the colourful historical themes of the area.  It provides the visitor with a wealth of information about past ways of life and some of the more turbulent events in Sutherland’s history.  It combines local stories and folklore from the past and present with a multi-faceted...
Smoo Cave
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Smoo Cave
363.5 miles from stoke on trent Smoo Cave is located at the eastern edge of the village of Durness, on Scotland's most northerly coastline. It is a dramatic location and on the only primary road in the area, the A838 Durness to Tongue. A trip to Smoo Cave has to be included in any stay in Durness. Set into limestone cliffs, Smoo Cave is quite large - 200 feet long, 130 feet...
Highland and Rare Breeds Farm
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Highland and Rare Breeds Farm
363.5 miles from stoke on trent This educational farm offers you an opportunity to experience traditional farm animals close at hand and aims to give you an understanding of their place in ancient and modern day husbandry. Meet Hebridean ewes, Soay lambs and other Northern sheep, admire Highland cows, Musvcovy ducks and Scot's Dumpy Hens. Stroke the goats and scratch the pigs. ...
Statesman Cruises from Old Ferry Pier
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Statesman Cruises from Old Ferry Pier
363.5 miles from stoke on trent An ideal way to discover the Geopark and learn more about its fascinating geological, cultural and social history is to take part in a guided walk, tour or sea cruise. Catch the ferry just north of the village of Scourie and sail to a remarkable island where 200,000 seabirds come to breed. Guillemots, razorbills, puffins and great skuas fill the...