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History Scotland - the perfect Christmas gift

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A subcription to History Scotland magazine makes a wonderful Christmas gift for a friend or loved one. Six issues of Scotland’s leading history magazine is a gift that lasts all year!

Buy a subscription and we'll send you a FREE 2015 calendar or desk diary, and a Christmas card to give to the recipient at Christmas.

History Scotland provides fascinating features on topics from all branches and periods of Scottish history and archaeology.

The bi-monthly magazine, which is edited by author and lecturer Dr Alasdair Ross of Stirling University, reflects current thinking, the latest research and new discoveries, and is written by Scotland’s leading historians, archaeologists and museum curators.

Buy a gift subscription by 1 December 2014 and we’ll send you the following:

1. FREE 2015 Calendar or Desk Diary (you get to keep it – you could even use it as another Christmas gift!)

2. A Christmas card, explaining the year-long subscription gift, for you to pass on to the lucky gift recipient informing them of their gift subscription.

…The recipient will then receive the first of their 6 magazines in February.

A gift subscription costs as little as £3.83 per issue.

Choose your free gift from the list below:

Buy a Xmas gift subscription and receive a FREE 2015 Hebridean Desk Diary Buy a Xmas gift subscription and receive a FREE 2015 Beautiful Scotland Calendar Buy a Xmas gift subscription and receive a FREE 2015 Hebridean Calendar

















Make sure that you click on Please deliver to a different address under the Billing details when ordering, to enter the gift recipient's delivery details. Gift subscriptions will start with our Feb/Mar 2015 issue, which will be sent to the recipient in February 2015.

You can also order by telephone. Just call 01778 392463 quoting code 'HIS/XMAS/14'.

Feel like treating yourself?
Go on, you deserve it! Take a look at our subscription offers and take your pick from our range of free gifts.





 

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