Features on Lothianlife.co.uk include informative articles of particular interest to discerning, 'thinking people' of Edinburgh, West Lothian, Midlothian and East Lothian.

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Words With Selina

This month, our Words With…is courtesy of Selina Cairns, Director of Erringon Cheese, a small, family-run farm and cheese company started by Humphrey Errington in the early 1980s…

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The Stair Arms, Pathhead

Sometimes there’s nothing better than a home from home, and dinner and an overnight stay at the friendly and comfortable Stair Arms, certainly felt like a mini holiday.

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Treasure of Traprain Law

On Monday 12 May 1919 a small group of workmen was busily engaged on the western shelf of Traprain Law, the great volcanic hill that dominates East Lothian’s coastal plain.

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Edinburgh Chocolatarium

’75 Minutes of Chocolate Heaven’

Just off the Royal Mile, you can now dive into Edinburgh’s brand new chocolate experience: making it, tasting it, and learning all about its origins.

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Words With Douglas…

This month, Words With… resumes with a profile of Douglas Mathison, who spends his life outdoors in the Borders, courtesy of his business, Agriforest…

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A Chance Meeting In Edinburgh

On my second night in Edinburgh (from Norway), I posted a photo on Facebook. I called it Edinburgh street view, although it was showing a slightly curved façade, which I found beautiful. I took the picture on our way from Stockbridge to Princess Street, somewhere around Howe Street. Read the rest of this entry »

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