Glasgow Women on Wheels Cycle Festival

The festival, set about to encourage women to get more involved in cycling, has a variety of events taking place over the next few months. From Learn to Ride sessions, to cycles for more experienced cyclists, there is something on offer for all abilities. This week, why not check out the Sunday Social Ride, suitable for anyone with a bike!

29th of September 2019 from 10am until 1pm

Meeting at the north side of Bells Bridge at 10am


Edinburgh Ghost Tour

If you’re looking for something a bity spookier, City Explorers are offering free ghost tours around Edinburgh, covering some of the city’s most notorious criminals including Burke and Hare and the real Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.

Every night at 5pm, 7pm and 9.30pm (each last an hour and a half)

154 High Street, Edinburgh


Glasgow Cathedral Festival: Graveyard Tour

Sticking with the ghostly theme, Glasgow Cathedral are offering the chance to explore its graveyard with tours led by volunteer guides. The event is fully booked for now, but keep an eye on the website where they will advertise any returned tickets.

Saturday the 28th of September 2019, 11am-12.30pm

Glasgow Cathedral, Castle Street, G4 OQZ

Pop-Up Market at Paxton House

In a marquee in the ground of Paxton House in Berwick-upon-Tweed, this pop-up market features a variety of local arts and crafts as well as women’s fashion and accessories and men’s accessories. The market is free to enter, but you can also look around the house and grounds for a small fee.

Tuesday 24th of September 2019 10am-4pm

Paxton House, Gallery and Country Park, Paxton, TD15 1SZ


Free Walking Tour of Old Aberdeen

The tour explores Old Aberdeen, one of the biggest centres of learning in the North of Scotland and tells the stories of the great Scots and their underappreciated achievements and discoveries.

Saturday the 28th of September at 11am and Sunday the 29th of September at 12pm

Tours begin outside the Kings Museum on the High Street