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PICTURES: Nature enthusiasts and families flock to Glenlivet for a wild weekend

23 days ago   |   By Press and Journal

People from near and far gathered at Glenlivet Hall at the weekend for the annual Wild in the Park event.
Held to celebrate the nature, heritage and culture of the Cairngorms, the programme of events ranged from a movie night to illustrative talks, nature walks, stargazing and wildflower ball crafting.
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The Cairngorm reindeer herd even paid a visit, much to the delight of the young visitors.
Oliver Giles, development manager of the Tomintoul & Glenlivet Development Trust, which organised the weekend, said...
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