On 9 August over 70 people attended an event at RSPB Scotland’s Forsinard Flows visitor centre, where young musicians from the Fèis Rois Ceilidh Trail played and Scotland’s Natural Larder provided delicious natural wild food.
The music was enjoyed by visitors and local people in the visitor centre at Forsinard. Photo credit; Kevin Arrowsmith.
Scotland's Natural Larder provided samples of delicious natural food from Scotland. Photo credit; Kevin Arrowsmith.
The event allowed visitors to discover the new interpretation at the Forsinard visitor centre and walk out to the Lookout Tower while experiencing exceptional Scottish music. This informal concert was part of their summer touring schedule of National Nature Reserves across Scotland and was sponsored by Scottish Natural Heritage. Outside the visitor centre Scotland’s Natural Larder, a project initiated by Scottish Natural Heritage, provided visitors with the opportunity to taste freshly made wild natural food.
The group also played at the Lookout Tower. Photo credit; Kevin Arrowsmith.
The Flows to the Future project would like to thank Scottish Natural Heritage for funding the event. This event is just one example of the way we are working with partners to create exciting events across the Flow Country focused a range of different interests.