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Thu 5 May 16

Scotland Hour started in August 2011, the brainchild of Dougie Baird, travel writer and entrepreneur. Originally a fun way to tell fellow travellers all about Scotland. It's now grown to become a great way to promote tourism in and around our country.

What is #ScotlandHour?

ScotlandHour is a monthly chat on Twitter. Covering subjects like 'where to stay', 'where to eat', 'what to do in Bonnie Scotland' etc. It's a chance for travellers to chat and plan a visit to Scotland.

When is #ScotlandHour?

ScotlandHour takes place on the last Wednesday of the month, 9pm – 10pm GMT on Twitter.

How do I get involved?

Simply tag your tweets with the hashtag #Scotlandhour and check the ScotlandHour Twitter profile for this month's subject area.

Example from

"Q1: Where are your kids' favourite holiday places in Scotland and why? #ScotlandHour.

When you see the question, you reply, with your favourite, maybe:

A1: We love St Andrews because of the great beaches! #ScotlandHour

So, every 10 minutes a new question, and 10 minutes to put in your response before we all start answering the next question. From 9:50 pm the remaining 10 minutes of the hour will be available for everyone to add any comments, additional thoughts about the theme etc."

#ScotlandHour 2016 Calendar

25th May – Scottish Film & TV
29th Jun – Summer Planning
27th Jul – Welcoming Visitors
31st Aug – Scottish Design and Fashion
28th Sept – Scottish Cities
26th Oct – Indoor Activities
30th Nov – St Andrew's Day
28th Dec – Hogmanay

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