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September 27 , 2017
Accordion & Fiddle Club
The Accordion & Fiddle Club meets at The Red House Hotel on the second Tuesday of every month. Next meeting is Tuesday 10 October 2017 at 7.45pm.
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September 27 , 2017
Coupar Angus Country & Western Music Club
The next meeting of the Coupar Angus Country & Western Club is on Friday 13 October 2017 at 8pm.
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August 30 , 2017
Bambers Reunion
Bambers Reunion, Friday 29 September 2017
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September 02 , 2016
Top 10 days out with the kids
Families are always very welcome at The Red House; we offer family rooms, a special children's menu with one-, two- and three-course options, and a great welcome from our dedicated staff. But however much we love to look after you, we're guessing you won't want to spend all your time in the hotel, so here are our top ten tips for days out with the kids in Perthshire and Angus. They all have a cafe or restaurant, unless otherwise noted.
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August 26 , 2016
Scottish accordion and fiddle music
Scotland is a grand country for music, especially Scottish country music, which usually involves accordions, fiddles and sometimes drums. Unlike Scotland's other famous musical genre, pipe music, Scottish accordion and fiddle music is music for indoors: music for dancing or sitting with your toes tapping as you admire the players' skill.
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August 19 , 2016
Perthshire Castles
Whether you're a history fan or looking for something to do to pass the time while your other half is off golfing, Perthshire is full of castles that are well worth a visit. From defensive architecture and fascinating collections to fine gardens, Perthshire castles can provide a great day out. Here are few of the nearest ones to The Red House.
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August 12 , 2016
The Macnab challenge
Stalking, shooting, fishing, golfing, hill-walking, wildlife-watching, horse racing, riding, falconry - Perthshire and Angus can provide all the land-based sports and entertainment you could wish for.
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August 05 , 2016
Shooting holidays in Scotland
Whatever you level of expertise, Scotland can provide great shooting holidays. Whether you're a learner wanting to improve your skills, an experienced gun ready to take on the challenge of driven grouse or an all-rounder yearning to achieve a Macnab, The Red House can help you organise your sport.
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July 29 , 2016
Fishing holidays in Perthshire and Angus
If you're a fisherman or -woman, fishing holidays in Perthshire and Angus have a lot to offer: some of the best salmon and trout fishing in the world, challenging sea angling from cliffs or boats, or peaceful coarse fishing at one of the numerous lochs or fisheries all await you.
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July 08 , 2016
Visiting Distilleries in and around Perthshire
Coupar Angus is ideally situated for visiting distilleries in Perthshire and the neighbouring counties of Angus and Fife, and there are plenty to choose from.
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July 01 , 2016
Golf trip to remember
A golf trip to remember Perthshire has probably the widest range of inland golf clubs in Scotland, with over 40 to choose from, all in fabulous scenery. The surrounding counties of Angus, Dundee and Fife are equally well-supplied and varied. And Coupar Angus is ideally placed as your centre for a real golf trip to remember.
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June 25 , 2016
A golf trip to remember
A golf trip to remember Perthshire has probably the widest range of inland golf clubs in Scotland, with over 40 to choose from, all in fabulous scenery. And Coupar Angus is ideally placed as your centre for a real golf trip to remember.
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June 18 , 2016
Piping, Dancing And Tug O' War
Piping, Dancing And Tug O' War It must be summer: the Highland Games season is upon us again. Starting at the end of May and running right through to September, you can find a Highland Games on somewhere in Scotland almost every weekend. What's involved? Athletics, Scottish dancing, cycling, heavy weights events like putting the shot and tossing the caber, tug o' war, pipers, Scottish beer, whisky and food - and lots of tartan.
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June 10 , 2016
Golf Breaks at The Red House
Golf Breaks at The Red House It doesn't matter where you go in Scotland, you're never far from a golf course. Whether you want a world-famous championship course like St Andrews or fancy trying your hand on an unspoilt links course, Coupar Angus in Perthshire makes a great centre for golf breaks. Perthshire itself has over 35 golf courses to choose from. From the lowland Championship courses of Gleneagles and Murrayshall to the Highland courses at Blairgowrie, Pitlochry and Glenisla, there are 18- and 9-hole courses for all levels of experience and ability. Early booking is advisable at many courses if you're on a short golf break, especially on the Championship courses and in high season.
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May 27 , 2016
Organising a milestone birthday party
Organising a milestone birthday party Whether it's an 80th or an 18th, organising a milestone birthday party is special. It's a big day for the person having the birthday and you want them to enjoy it, so getting the details right is important. If you're planning a party for an older person, they and their friends may not want an evening do, especially on darker evenings when driving in the dark can be a problem for older eyes. A lunch or an afternoon event is a much better bet. It gives people time to get to the party without rushing in the morning, and time to get home safely afterwards.
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May 19 , 2016
Great Scottish Golf Courses
Looking for best stay and play golf packages in Perthshire & Tayside.
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May 18 , 2016
Checklist For Finding Your Perfect Reception Venue
Checklist For Finding Your Perfect Reception Venue Finding the perfect venue for your wedding or business reception may seem a tall task, so here's a checklist of questions to help you make your decision.
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May 09 , 2016
The Engagement is Announced Between ...
The Engagement is Announced Between ... Engagement traditions vary a lot around the world and they're becoming increasingly flexible, but there are two traditions you'll probably want to keep: the ring and the celebration party.
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April 28 , 2016
How To Find Your Perfect Wedding Dress
How To Find Your Perfect Wedding Dress You've found the perfect guy or gal, you've named the day and invited all your friends and relations, you've booked the venues and chosen your menu and wines. Now you need The Dress. Whatever your budget, here are some questions to help you discover the perfect wedding dress for your body shape, the time of year, the type of wedding you're having and your (and your partner's) personal style.
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April 21 , 2016
Top Tips for Buying Your Wedding Ring
Top Tips for Buying Your Wedding Ring Hopefully you're going to be wearing your wedding ring for the rest of your life, and most people never take their wedding ring off. So they have to last, and look and feel good, for several decades of hard wear. You need to think seriously about what you buy.
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April 07 , 2016
How to Create Your Perfect Wedding Gift List
How to Create Your Perfect Wedding Gift List Unless you're going Greek and getting people to pin money to your dress, you'll have to set up a wedding present list. Even if you don't think you need any more stuff, many guests will want to give you something. Creating your list can be one of the most fun parts of organising your wedding.
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March 29 , 2016
How To Find Your Ideal Wedding Venue
How To Find Your Ideal Wedding Venue You want your wedding day to be perfect in every detail but the process can be daunting, especially if you don't have a bottomless budget. There are all those beautiful venues to choose from then, once you've made a selection, you have to visit the ones you've picked out and try to decide between them. But it can feel like comparing chalk and cheese, they're all so different.... Here's your easy guide to finding the right place for your big day.
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March 21 , 2016
Planning your wedding: what to do when.
Unless you're in events management, organising your wedding may seem a huge, daunting task. There's so much to think about - the list seems unending. Relax! Use our handy checklist to take you through from engagement to the big day with the minimum fuss. This checklist works whether you have 18 months or 18 days to organise your wedding, though you'll have to cut some corners if time is very short.
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March 07 , 2016
How to organise a fine (but frugal) wedding day
You've popped the question, he's accepted and you're ready to send out the invitations. If you're on a tight budget, this can be where the headaches start. You want your wedding day to be perfect, so how do you keep costs down without looking cheap? Here are our top tips.
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