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All aboard for Edinburgh Bus Tours


Edinburgh Bus Tours provide a fantastic opportunity for families to discover and share stories about their very own city with a five-star line-up of fantastic tours. As Scotland’s third most popular paid for visitor attraction behind Edinburgh Castle and Edinburgh Zoo, there are five city tours as well as The Forth Bridges and Bus Tour routes to choose from. These take in everything from the city’s Horrible Histories, world heritage status and dramatic buildings to its legends and folklore - at great value prices including the Grand 24, Grand 48 and Royal Edinburgh Tickets. www.edinburghtour.com


Buggystrides


Established in 2006 and under new management for 2014, Buggystrides, is an outdoor postnatal recovery and fitness class in Edinburgh and the Lothians. Their classes are friendly and fun yet challenging, where you can meet other mums, increase your confidence, beat the baby blues and enjoy fresh air. Buggystrides classes use creative outdoor gym to help you strengthen and tone your ‘mummy muscles’. You bring your baby in a buggy so have no additional childcare costs! Their instructors are fully qualified and insured for added peace of mind. www.buggystrides.com


made MAY / JUNE 2014


The 26th annual Scottish Game Fair in July is set to be as spectacular as its 25th silver anniversary sell-out last year. This popular three day event will take place on the banks of the River Tay against the backdrop of the magnificent Scone Palace with an array of lively shows, competitions and outdoor events for all the family on Fri 4th, Sat 5th and Sun 6th July from 9.30am – 6pm daily. The Fair also showcases a wealth of excellent shopping with over 300 traders exhibiting and selling the finest crafts, clothing, equipment and sporting goods. For tickets and more info go to www.scottishfair.com


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