Mountain T-Shirts

A unique collection of t-shirts, with eye-catching designs, depicting mountains in Scotland and around the world. Our t-shirts are manufactured from high-class cotton giving them a wonderful soft handle. The images are produced using top quality screen-printing, which guarantees the durability of the print and gives a superior appearance. This proven range of contemporary lifestyle garments is perfect for everyday casual wear, making a great memento of a favourite mountain, or an ideal gift for family and friends.

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Ash Trees Under Threat

The deadly fungal infection, which is affecting ash trees in Scotland (and other parts of the UK), is continuing to spread, and it is feared that this native species could virtually disappear from the countryside. The number of sites where the disease (Chalara) has been identified has increased from 7 to 14 during November. Concern over the outbreak prompted a summit to be held in the Scottish Parliament buildings; as a result of this meeting the development of a “control strategy” is now underway. The ash (Fraxinus excelsior) is one of Scotland’s more common indigenous trees, which favours less acidic soil and particularly thrives in limestone areas. Although usually found in lower lying locations, there are a number of important upland woods, rich in biodiversity, where it is also present. There are no access restrictions to walking areas, however the transfer of infected leaves from one area to another can inadvertently spread the disease. For further details, visit the Forestry Commission info page.

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