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South of Scotland Regional Agritourism Event
Wednesday 3rd March @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pmFree
This event is intended to bring together farmers already undertaking agritourism, those with plans in the pipeline and those who are just starting to find out more about what is involved and what the benefits are.
Come and get together and build the South of Scotland Agritourism network. As well as working family farms agritourism also takes place on estates with in-house farming operations and crofts.
Different businesses will speak about their agritourism journey and the Scottish Agritourism movement.
– Robert Wilson, who along with his family own and run Fluffy Moos in the Scottish Borders. Robert is the Scottish Borders regional destination leader for Scottish Agritourism.
– Murray McConchie, who along with his family own and run 3littlehuts in Dumfries and Galloway where they have 3 self-catering retreats. Murray is the Dumfries and Galloway regional destination leader for Scottish Agritourism.
– Alison Younger, who along with her family own and run Old Leckie Farm in Stirlingshire where they have self-catering accomodation and farm tours. Alison is the Stirlingshire regional destination leader for Scottish Agritourism.
We wish to capture on the day what participants feel is the unique offering of Agritourism to the overall experience for visitors.
This event is wishing to inform, inspire and identify who is interested in agritourism in the Scottish Borders and Dumfries and Galloway.
It is being delivered by Scottish Agritourism in conjunction with South of Scotland Enterprise, Visit Scotland, and supported by South of Scotland Destination Alliance and NFU Scotland.