THISTLEdown








The Independent Glenlivet and Inveravon News Group

Welcome to THISTLEdown

Your local independent newspaper for Glenlivet and Inveravon published every March, June, September and December.

THISTLEdown covers a very large area including Marypark, Cragganmore, The Braes of Glenlivet, Ballindalloch, Glennrinnes and Kirkmichael and Tomintoul.

Our June 2022 BUMPER Platinum Jubilee issue is now available.

Our September 2022 issue will be published on Saturday 3rd September2022. Deadline for adverts 15th July 2022 and for copy 26th July 2022.

 

 


Read our latest articles online here:


Download the THISTLEdown taster .pdf here


   

A LIFE OF SERVICE - OUR TRIBUTE TO HER MAJESTY QUEEN ELIZABETH II

DARK SKIES FROMJUNE 2022

GLENLIVET ESTATE - An uncertain future? Facebook page link

GLENLIVET ESTATE FUTURE - NFU Scotland Briefing Paper

Loneliest Graveyard in the N.East

WHERE DOES OUR RECYCLING WASTE GO?

ARE YOU PLANNING ANY EVENTS?

  • Are you a budding writer or artist?
  • Have you a property or item to sell?
  • Are you looking for property to rent?
  • Do you have an interesting photograph?

We are always pleased to receive articles, poems, photos, or fund-raising news etc.

THISTLEdown is published by The Independent Glenlivet & Inveravon Newsgroup. Views and comments expressed in letters and articles are not necessariy the views of the group, who reserve the right to refuse to publish and also to edit letters and articles received. 


For a very reasonable fee you can receive THISTLEdown by post, locally or overseas.
Contact us with your details or query here

THISTLEdown is available from a wide range of outlets stretching from Tomintoul to Aberlour.

Ballindalloch Shop and PO

Lagmore Cafe, Ballindalloch Golf Course

The Croft Inn, Glenlivet

Tomnavoulin P.O.

Tomintoul Village Store

Highland Market, Tomintoul

Spindrift, Tomintoul

Cost Cutter, Dufftown

Marypark PO

Spey Vets, Aberlour

Cattanach Newsagents, Aberlour

Spey Larder, Aberlour

The Gather'n, Aberlour


   
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