Tuesday, 24 June 2008

HOMECOMING SCOTLAND 2009 BLOG INFORMATION.



HOMECOMING SCOTLAND 2009 BLOG INFORMATION.

HOMECOMING SCOTLAND 2009 BLOG INFORMATION is being designed with you in mind.
Homecoming Scotland 2009 is a Scottish Government initiative managed by EventScotland in partnership with VisitScotland, to celebrate the 250th anniversary of the birth of Scotland's national poet, Robert Burns. From Burns night to St Andrews Day, a country wide programme of exciting and inspirational events and activities will celebrate some of Scotland's great contributions to the world: Burns himself, Whisky, Golf, Great Minds and Innovations, and our rich culture and heritage. We are proud to be part of the celebrations for Homecoming Scotland 2009. Spread the word and join our celebrations.
During the Homecoming Scotland 2009 celebrations and lead up to the start which is Burns Night in January 2009 this blog will attempt to keep you informed with all official permission being granted from the official Homecoming Scotland 2009 website which we hope will compliment the websurfers world wide. You will find links to help you in your search for that perfect Scottish visit or event which will also show you the warm and memorable welcome passed freely to everybody who visits Scotland.
Scotland has open doors for everybody so read on and enjoy the stories and comments to sharpen your interest in our beautiful Scotland but especially in the year of Homecoming Scotland 2009.
Is it news to you ? then you read it here first!

2 comments:

ewan said...

William,

Thanks very much for including information on Homecoming Scotland 2009 on your blog. Keep up the good work!

Ewan (Homecoming team)

Domain Holdings. said...

We feel privileged but no shame to boast about our beatiful land.
Brothers and sisters all over the world will hopefully read our blog to keep abreast of Homecoming Scotland 2009.
You smile when you consider how lucky we are living in Scotland but to add the huge bonus of a year of all types of celebrations we are surely going to be spoilt.
Thank you Ewan for your kind comments, hopefully webmasters who have a little extra space on their servers will take part or open a blog or forum.