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A Very Happy New Year from Highland Titles 🎊

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Greetings Lords, Ladies and Lairds of Glencoe and season's greetings from the Highland Titles team!

A very Happy New Year from us here in the Highlands. 2016 is set to be another exciting year for us as we continue on with our various conservation projects on both the Highland Titles' estates. As always, we'll endevour to keep you up-to-date with progress via our email newsletter, Facebook and through the Highland Titles Community. 

Kind regards, The Highland Titles team
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Vote Results: Improve our Meet & Greet service

Bench on Highland Titles Nature Reserve In December we asked you for your input on our current Meet & Greet service. As always, thank you to all those that participated, your feedback is always greatly appreciated and is hugely beneficial to us. We asked you "how you think we should manage the Meet & Greet service ongoing?". 

A clear majority of our community thought that the best option would be to offer the free service only once per laird. Secondarily, a large portion of you were happy to accommodate the idea of charging a small flat fee per party with the option of a robust self-guided option. We're extremely pleased to see that so many of you are open to change and seem to appreciate the valuable resources required for this service. 

We still need to consider the logistics and make a decision as to which option is going to be the most feasible, we certainly agree with your opinions and will do our best to incorporate your additional wishes and suggestions. We will update you as soon as a final decision has been made. 
more about our meet & greet service

Announcing our New Year's Honours List!

Highland Titles new year honours list
Last month we asked you to recognise individuals in your community who shared our values of caring passionately about conservation, supporting local communities and preserving the beauty of the land for future generations.

We were overwhelmed with the number of nominations and felt extremely humble to see what a passionate and caring community we have! After careful consideration, we are pleased to announce the official 2016 New Years Honours List. The application and awarding process replicated the official New Year Honours List which takes place annually in the United Kingdom.
more info on the official 2016 new year honours list

Highland Titles Reserve Interviews

Lord Thomas Brumm
Our interviewee this time is Lord Thomas Brunmm of Germany. He visited the Nature Reserve in early September and it was his second visit to his Highland Titles plot after visiting three years previously.

Celebrate the ultimate Scottish Christmas

Scottish christmas
Christmas might have been and gone but you can still inspire your festival season activities with a bit of Scottish cheer. Haggis-stuffed turkey, tartan tableware and beer should be top priorities! 

A special Christmas delivery!

special Christmas delivery
Estate warden Stewart had a busy December looking after the Nature Reserve and running Christmas errands, one of which was a special delivery for the Ballachullish Children's Christmas Party.

Hogmanay: Celebrating New Year's Eve the Scottish Way

Hogmanay The origin of the word ‘Hogmanay’ isn’t clear. Some suggest it may have come from the French hoguinan which is the meaning for ‘New Year’s gift’, or potentially Homme est n which means ‘man is born’. The other theory is that is comes from the Gaelic og maidne which means ‘new morning’.

Hogmanay is the Scots word for the last day of the year and represents the celebration of the new year, the Scottish way. While the exact origins of Hogmanay are unclear there are some suggestions that it is related to Norse and Gaelic traditions. One thing is certain, today Hogmanay is celebrated energetically and in true Scottish fashion!
learn more about hogmanay

A memorable look back at the Nature Reserve in 2015

photo of the Nature Reserve It's finally 2016, can you believe it! Each January we like to reflect on the year passed. There's no better way of doing this than reflecting through photos! It's always a challenge picking our favourite photos of the Highland Titles Nature Reserve, and this year is no different.

Thankfully our trusty estate warden, Stewart, is on the case! The Reserve is a year further into its restoration and there is so much more to see! So here you have it, the best of the Nature Reserve in 2015!
take a look at our photos of 2015

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