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Aigas is unique - the only place in the UK where you can see badgers, pine martens, ospreys, peregrines, capercaillie, beavers and much more all on one site - it is a matchless experience!

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Public Events

Aigas offers a small number of events to non-residents each year. Please contact us for enquiries and booking.

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Musical Evening with Sophie Ramsay & Sarah Smout

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  • 21 April 2017, 7.30 pm - Places Available

Sophie and Sarah met at a Rachel Ries concert at the Green Note in Camden, where Sarah was playing. They got talking about beavers, ecology and probably climate change and almost immediately began dreaming up future musical journeys. This is their second tour together

In the Magnus House, Aigas Field Centre, Beauly, IV4 7AD

Free entry but booking essential.

Please contact sheila@aigas.co.uk

Sophie Ramsay combines old and new folk, singing songs - accompanied with guitar and viola - from her native Scotland, alongside originals with freshly poetic lyrics and European folk influences. Her 2013 album ‘The Glassy Mountain’ was described as ‘undeniably beautiful’ (fRoots), 'Joanna Newsom meets Belle and Sebastian' (R2) and as 'timeless, outstanding… for those who really hear a song' (Folk Music Worth Listening To). She is now celebrating the release of her new album of old Scots and Gaelic Songs ‘The Seas Between Us’: 'Atmospheric, elegant and beguiling, hers is an exciting new voice to carry Burns onwards. (Songlines). 

Sarah Smout is a cellist, singer and songwriter from Yorkshire. She has toured the country and world playing with acts like Michael Chapman, Rachel Ries, Gren Bartley and King Creosote. But as a singer and poet in her own right, it was only a matter of time before she began a solo career. 2016 saw the release of her E.P. ‘Decision to Leave’ - songs with cello which are original, beautifully crafted and hugely touching, exploring themes like home, land, love and climate change.

Events with John Lister-Kaye

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John Lister-Kaye, author of 'Gods of the Morning'

 

 

Date

Event & Website

Location

   Friday 7th April 2017 7.00pm for 7.15pm Start

£10 Booking Essential

Birds, Beavers & Biodiversity

Talk on Restoration Ecology & Nature Writing

Soutar Theatre, AK Bell Library, Perth

If you'd like to check details of these events, please ring the Field Centre office on 01463 782443 and ask for Sheila.

House of Aigas Garden Open Days

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  • 25 June 2017 - Places Available
  • 23 July 2017 - Places Available

House of Aigas

With Scotland's Gardens in aid of the Highland Hospice.

The Aigas garden is a 25 year labour of love by Lucy Lister-Kaye set within a fine arboretum of exotic trees planted by the Victorians over 100 years ago. Open days start at 2pm and as well as offering a chance to enjoy the gardens, they also offer Aigas Ranger led nature trails, home made tea and cakes in the House of Aigas, live music and plant stalls.

Entry costs £4.00. Teas £4.00 per head. Free entry and tea for children.

No dogs please.

 Contact us with any enquiries.

Garden Open Days run from 2pm - 5pm. Advance booking is not required.

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