*  North East of Scotland Music School
The North East of Scotland Music School is an independent charitable foundation established in Aberdeen, Scotland by the late ... Entry to the school is by audition on the basis of musical ability regardless of age but limited to persons living in Scotland ... Music schools in Scotland NESMS Official site NESMS Official site Coordinates: 57°8′42″N 2°6′19″W / 57.14500°N 2.10528°W / ...
*  Scottish National War Memorial
The Buildings of Scotland. Penguin. ISBN 9780140710687. Media related to Scottish National War Memorial at Wikimedia Commons ...
*  Great Bernera
permanent dead link] General Register Office for Scotland (28 November 2003) Scotland's Census 2001 - Occasional Paper No 10: ... He was one of the foremost modern Gaelic poets in Scotland and was a respected researcher in Norse/Gaelic placenames. Alistair ... National Records of Scotland (15 August 2013) (pdf) Statistical Bulletin: 2011 Census: First Results on Population and ... Keay, J.; Keay, J. (1994). Collins Encyclopaedia of Scotland. London: HarperCollins. "South Lewis, Harris and North Uist" (pdf ...
*  Cleon Scotland
... (date of birth unknown) is a former Bermudian cricketer. Scotland's batting style is unknown. Scotland made two ... Outside of cricket Scotland worked as a travel agent, as well as writing children's books. His father Rupert Scotland played ... "List A Batting and Fielding For Each Team by Cleon Scotland". CricketArchive. Retrieved 26 March 2013. "Cleon Scotland". www. ... Cleon Scotland at ESPNcricinfo Cleon Scotland at CricketArchive. ... "List A Matches played by Cleon Scotland". CricketArchive. ...
*  Disclosure Scotland
"Basic disclosure - mygov.scot". Disclosure Scotland. Retrieved 26 January 2017. "The PVG Scheme". Disclosure Scotland. ... Disclosure Scotland is an executive agency of the Scottish Government, providing criminal records disclosure services for ... Disclosure Scotland "basic" checks may be used by any prospective employer provided the applicant consents. The Scottish ... which is administered by Disclosure Scotland. This scheme provides enhanced criminal records information to organisations ...
*  Transform Scotland
"Volunteer Scotland". Retrieved 28 October 2012. "Transform Scotland". Retrieved 28 October 2012. "Edinburgh trams: Alliance ... Transform Scotland has two full-time members of staff and has a number of part-time staff and volunteers. Transform Scotland ... Transform Scotland has two social enterprises. TRAC is Scotland's specialist consultancy for sustainable transport. TRAC do ... Transform Scotland campaigned unsuccessfully for a 'yes' vote for the Edinburgh congestion charge in 2005. The group took a ...
*  Wilderness Scotland
... - Inspiring Adventures in the Wild Places of Scotland , Changemakers "Ethical travel ... Wilderness Scotland was started in September 2001 by Neil Birnie, Paul Easto and Gordon Birnie, and they were later joined by ... In 2006 Wilderness Scotland was Highly Commended at the World Responsible Tourism Awards. In 2007 it received the Investing in ... Wilderness Scotland is an adventure travel and ecotourism company, specialising in expertly guided small group walking and ...
*  OurStory Scotland
Our Story Scotland is a community history and oral history project founded in 2002 to record the histories of Scotland's LGBT ... Based in Glasgow, OurStory Scotland is a recognised Scottish charity. Its patron is Edwin Morgan. OurStory Scotland. ...
*  Colleges Scotland
... is the umbrella organisation for the college sector in Scotland. It was rebranded in 2012 from the old name ... "Scotland's colleges chief quits after row with board". Herald Scotland. Retrieved 2016-09-04. ... Colleges Scotland rolled up a number of previous Scottish higher education organizations, including Colleges Open Learning ... Scotland's Colleges. The Scottish Further Education Unit, its Continuing professional development arm, was also rebranded to ...
*  Publishing Scotland
... is a trade association for the publishing industry in Scotland. It was established in 1973 as the Scottish ... Publishing Scotland. Retrieved 17 January 2014. "What we do". Publishing Scotland. Retrieved 17 January 2014. "Book makes top ... Publishing Scotland is also involved in the annual Edinburgh International Book Festival. It runs an online bookseller, ... In April 2007, name Publishing Scotland was adopted, and the group's remit was extended to support individuals and companies ...
*  Stroma, Scotland
Stroma is an island off the northern coast of the mainland of Scotland. It is the most southerly of the islands in the Pentland ... The Statistical Account of Scotland noted that during a storm the sea level on the west of the island was more than two fathoms ... Two places of worship were built within a couple of years of each other, a Baptist chapel in 1877 and a Church of Scotland ... Society Antiquaries Scotland. p. 254. ISBN 978-0-903903-14-1. "Stroma, Bught o' Camm". Royal Commission on the Ancient and ...
*  Highbridge, Scotland
"High Bridge over River Spean: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland. Retrieved 9 September 2011. Coordinates: 56°53′41″N 4 ...
*  Lacrosse Scotland
... is the national governing body of lacrosse in Scotland. Previously known as the Scottish Lacrosse Association ... Scotland also participates in both the men's and women's Under-19 World Championships. "Official website". Lacrosse Scotland. ...
*  Enable Scotland
... also run the Scotland Employers Award. The idea for a support organisation for children who have learning ... Enable Scotland (stylised as ENABLE Scotland; formerly the Scottish Society for the Parents of Mentally Handicapped Children ... "Getting around". Enable Scotland. 2010-05-23. Retrieved 2012-04-24. "In the family". Enable Scotland. 2010-05-23. Archived from ... "Catherine Shapter". Herald Scotland. June 7, 2011. Retrieved April 25, 2012. "About Us". Enable Scotland. 2010-05-23. Retrieved ...
*  Dundurn, Scotland
Dundurn is the site of a Pictish hillfort in what is now Strathearn in Perth and Kinross, Scotland. The fort was situated on a ... "Dundurn Fort,fort St Fillan's Hill SM2885". Historic Environment Scotland. Retrieved 2017-10-01. Coordinates: 56°23′02″N 4°05′ ... Driscoll, Stephen (1992). "Discourse on the Frontiers of History: Material Culture and Social Reproduction in Early Scotland". ... "How the Picts Lived: Buildings". Historic Scotland. Retrieved 17 December 2014. "Dundurn". RCAHMS. Retrieved 17 December 2014 ...
*  Handa, Scotland
General Register Office for Scotland (28 November 2003) Scotland's Census 2001 - Occasional Paper No 10: Statistics for ... Handa is part of the North-West Sutherland National Scenic Area, one of 40 in Scotland. The island's name is of mixed Gaelic ... Handa (Scottish Gaelic: Eilean Shannda) is an island off the west coast of Sutherland, Scotland. It is 309 hectares (1.19 sq mi ... "Scourie Estate". Who Owns Scotland. Archived from the original on 2007-09-27. Retrieved 2007-11-11. "Handa Island reserve". ...
*  Assize (Scotland)
Assize is a word sometimes used in Scots law to mean a trial by jury. "Glossary". Judiciary of Scotland. Retrieved 21 November 2013 ...
*  Strathbogie, Scotland
National Library of Scotland. p. 494. Retrieved 25 January 2018. "Strathbogie". The Editors of The Gazetteer for Scotland. ... Strathbogie is a district and valley of northwest Aberdeenshire in Scotland, formerly one of the great divisions of that shire ... GAZETTEER, OF SCOTLAND; CONTAINING A PARTICULAR AND CONCISE DESCRIPTION. ...
*  Scotland's Story
It is about the history of Scotland, and it also has some legends having to do with Scotland. In more recent times the book has ... Full text e-book of Scotland's Story. Full text digitized version of Scotland's Story. ... It ended here because as Marshall says in the book "And here I think I must end, for Scotland has no more a story of her own - ... Scotland's Story is book by Henrietta Elizabeth Marshall first published in 1906 in the United Kingdom and in 1910 in the ...
*  Lismore, Scotland
"Scotland's Island Populations". Scottish Islands Federation. Retrieved 2008-11-01. General Register Office for Scotland (28 ... "Achadun Castle". Gazetteer for Scotland. Retrieved 2007-08-15. Turner (1998) pp. 650-51 Historic Environment Scotland. "Lismore ... Scotland to 795. The New Edinburgh History of Scotland. 1. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. ISBN 978-0-7486-1232-1 Gray, ... National Library of Scotland. Retrieved 3 August 2013. General references Baird, Bob (1995) Shipwrecks of the West of Scotland ...
*  Scotland Halfmoon
... is a populated settlement located in the nation of Belize. It is a mainland village that is located in Belize ... "Scotland Halfmoon Village". Belize Explorer - Budget Hotels and Travel in Belize. Retrieved 2013-06-16. ...
*  Scotland's Heroes
It was recorded live at the Tramway Theater in Glasgow, Scotland. 1. The Lay of the Last Minstrel 2. Flower of Scotland 3. ... Scotland's Heroes is a 2003 album with Andrew Macmillan and Charlie Zahm. There are also several bagpipe songs by James B. Ruhf ... British notes on Scotland Dr. Samuel Johnson/Diary of Her Majesty Queen Victoria 16. Amazing Grace 17-23. Bagpipes and Poetry: ... Andrew Macmillan narrates the heroes and heroines of Scotland, and then Charlie Zahm sings about them. ...
*  Canna, Scotland
This challenge is in the hands of the National Trust for Scotland. The island enjoys a near zero crime rate, with only a ... The church, which is also owned by the National Trust for Scotland, was restored and converted into a hostel and study centre ... 357-360 The Records of the Parliaments of Scotland to 1707, K.M. Brown et al eds (St Andrews, 2007-2017), 15 July 1476 Rixson ( ... National Trust for Scotland. "Seabird Recovery Programme". Archived from the original on 1 January 2007. Retrieved 20 April ...
*  Moulin, Scotland
Moulin is a village in Perthshire in central Scotland. It is located in the Tummel valley, 1 kilometre (0.62 mi) north of ... In 1989 the church was closed, and the parish church is now Pitlochry Church of Scotland. "Black Castle Of Moulin". CANMORE. ... "History". Pitlochry Church of Scotland. Retrieved 11 May 2012. Moulin Kirk Trust Coordinates: 56°42′46″N 3°43′35″W / 56.7127° ... Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland. Retrieved 11 May 2012. " ...
*  Eduard Scotland
"Wer war Eduard Scotland". Der Aufbau (in German). p. 29. Retrieved 8 February 2014. "Runge & Scotland - Firmenchronik" (in ... As a child, Scotland aspired to become a painter but on his father's advice he studied architecture. After serving an ... Runge and Scotland also worked as graphic designers and they designed iconic posters and packaging for the Kaffee HAG company. ... Eduard Scotland (1885-1945) was a German architect active in Bremen. He is remembered in particular for the Böttcherstraße ...