The land-selling company Highland Titles are to host a Highland Gathering for Lairds and Ladies at Glencoe House on May 15th 2013.

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The conservation company Highland Titles has sold thousands of plots of Scottish land over the last 8 years, creating a community of Lairds and Ladies in the process. On 15th May 2013, they will host a Highland Gathering in Glencoe, which will be attended by landowners from all over the world.

Lairds and Ladies Planting Trees on the Estate

Lairds and Ladies Planting Trees on the Estate

Highland Gathering in Glencoe.... will be attended by landowners from all over the world.

Given that customers are essentially able to buy titles and land for the same price as a bottle of whisky, it is hardly surprising that the Highland Titles team is occasionally asked ‘what can I do with one square foot of land?’

The truth is that when someone buys land from Highland Titles, they join a thriving community of like-minded landowners. It is widely accepted that ownership encourages responsibility, and since Highland Titles has made it possible to buy a piece of land in Scotland for under £30, it naturally follows that they have encouraged people all over the world to act responsibly when it comes to looking after our planet for future generations. Most notably, Highland Titles has created the Highland Titles Nature Reserve, a few miles south of Glencoe, and embarked upon an ambitious tree planting project in the form of the 60 acre Diamond Jubilee Wood in 2012.

The strength and enthusiasm of the community is there for all to see, particularly on the company Facebook page which has over 120,000 likes. Now, for the first time, the Highland Titles team has arranged to personally meet with 75 Lords and Ladies who will be attending from as far away as Australia and Canada. The Gathering is aptly named Meet The Neighbours!

The Gathering will take place at Glencoe House, stately home of Lord and Lady Strathcona, now recently refurbished to offer 5 star suite accommodation in in the heart of the Scottish Highlands.

Guests will be welcomed by the directors of Highland Titles, with champagne and canapés, followed by a ”Hog Roast”. Several short and informative presentations on the area will then take place, including an update of progress to the nature reserve. Local traditional craftsmen will demonstrate their products, and in line with the company’s green credentials, the day will include a guided walk around the Glencoe Lochan with an opportunity to participate in our volunteer tree planting programme on the following day. The highlight of the day will be a banquet of traditional Scottish fare, with musical accompaniment by local harpist Lauren Tait.

Local supporters will have the opportunity to join the “Hog Roast” luncheon at a reduced rate to meet the people from all over the world and all walks of life that care so much about Glencoe.

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