We are making some changes to the layout of the GWCT Scottish Game Fair next year as we consult our colleagues at Scone Place to further protect some of the amazing tree specimens in the grounds.
Everywhere there are trees to marvel at and the trees at Scone forge another strong link with the past. Close by the palace stands a huge old Sycamore, its provenance as impressive as its size. This majestic tree is said to have been planted by James VI and I in 1617, on his only visit to Scotland following the Union of The Crowns in 1603.
The magnificent David Douglas Fir, was brought over by David Douglas who was a son of Scone. Fine old Cedars of Lebanon surround the chapel and hint at the antiquity of the place as well as the Victorian pinetum. And to protect this heritage a few changes are necessary. A floor plan will be available shortly but to be considered for the show next year we ask that you complete this expression of interest form.
A member of the Sales Team will be in contact with you.
*Subject to the Event Directors vetting and approval of your application.