Blue Badge CPD

Qualified to Guide:

All of Scotland



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About Me

I've been giving tours since 2009.  I’ve also worked in some of Edinburgh’s top attractions, Edinburgh Castle, the Palace of Holyroodhouse, the National Museum of Scotland, and the Real Mary King’s Close (did I say some, I meant all).  I love Edinburgh, but I also like to get out of the city and show people the rest of this beautiful country.

I have several other parts of the country dear to me heart.  I studied at Scotland’s first university , St Andrews for four years. I’ve also worked a lot over on the west coast at Kelburn Castle , performing in and helping run their large scale arts and music events.  I really enjoy walking and wildlife so I do my best to explore the less populated parts of the country too.

When I’m not working or performing I do like to take the back seat occasionally as I work as a reviewer for the British Theatre Guide. If you’re interested in theatre and the arts, Scotland has a lot to offer. There are events throughout the year and across the country, not just during August at the Edinburgh Festival and Fringe (although I highly recommend those too).  Arts and nature are just two of my passions, but as your guide, I will make sure I show you the very best of Scotland and keep you entertained.

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Tour Types

  • Coach Tour
  • Conferences & Incentives
  • Shore Excursion
  • Walking Tour


Philosophy Honours MA 2.1 University of St Andrews

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Additional Information

  • Guide Type: Blue Badge
  • Months Available: All
  • Year Qualified: 2014

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