With love from the Borders Railway…

Hiking up nature trails in the Pentland Hills, unravelling the mystery of our history at Rosslyn Chapel, and sampling some of Scotland’s finest beers at Stewart Brewing. These are just some of the things to see and do highlighted in this year’s spring direct mail pack for Midlothian and the Borders.

Bursting with inspiration, the pack features inspiring things to see and do along the Border Railway route. It showcases places, attractions and events, and provides ideas for touring in Midlothian and the Scottish Borders.

The pack aims to encourage visitors to explore and book a visit to the region, share their stories, and discover the Spirit of Scotland whilst visiting.

Due to land on the doorstep of over 21,000 visitors this Valentine’s season, the pack, which has been developed in partnership with Midlothian Council and Scottish Borders Council, aims to share key highlights relevant at this time of year.

Pack highlights include: family fun at Midlothian Snowsports Centre, Dalkeith Country Park and Midlothian’s latest adventure park – Fort Douglas, as well as the National Mining Museum Scotland and Vogrie Country Park in Midlothian.

The pack also gives a flavour of some of the many ‘Highlight Events’ that will take place across Midlothian this spring and summer. These include: Midlothian Heritage Festival (1-7 May), Midlothian Walking Festival (11-14 August) and Midstock Festival in Dalkeith (2 September) to name a few.

Get involved
• Share your news and events with us by emailing us with ‘Midlothian in the title and /or upload your events for free.
• Tweet using #ScotSpirit to join in the conversation online and help us to create a bit of noise.
• Join VisitScotland’s online community, share your local knowledge of Midlothian and champion the region.

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