Shop Local – November 2020 ScotlandHour

We’ve said it before but it’s no less true, still, in November. 2020 has been a challenging year. We’ve continued to hold #ScotlandHour as a means: for all of us to come together in support of one another, in celebration of what makes our beloved Scotland so great and in continued desire to always be an active part in promotion of tourism in Scotland which employs and benefits so many of us. As well as those we know and love in the best, and even in the worst, of times. We truly have something special in Scotland that isn’t found elsewhere, don’t ya think?

This year in adhering to our mission as stated above we have had as topics: health and wellbeing, out and about, celebration, autumn, and our wonderful beverage industries – gin, whisky, and beer and finally photographs of Scotland. This month we want to focus on telling the stories of supporting local shops that are online or in person and locally made Scottish products to support those makers and creators and small businesses that make Scotland great. So shout out those you know during the chat. Especially if they have an online store.

We have as our sponsors this month: @Isle20Shop and @VisitScotNews and in addition to #ScotlandHour we will also be using #ScotlandLovesLocal

Our questions for Nov 25th 9-10 PM local:

9:00 – Q1. What type of locally made or sourced product or goods capture the spirit of Scotland? #ScotlandHour #ScotlandLovesLocal

9:10 – Q2. Do you have a favourite online store that sells handmade or locally made Scottish goods or products? #ScotlandHour #ScotlandLovesLocal

9:20 – Q3. What hidden gems would you like to share? #ScotlandHour #ScotlandLovesLocal

9:30 – Q4. Where do you plan to shop local this Christmas? #ScotlandHour #ScotlandLovesLocal

9:40 – Q5. Which local/independent shops are you looking forward to visiting again in 2021? #ScotlandHour #ScotlandLovesLocal

9:50 – Q6. Photos/videos of places you’ve bought some of your favourite holiday gifts. #ScotlandHour #ScotlandLovesLocal

Remember to include #ScotlandHour #ScotlandLovesLocal and A1, A2 and so forth in your replies, so everyone can join in and share. Very important that bit! We can all support Scotland and ensure that we are building strong foundations for a positive future. We have a wonderful country, let’s celebrate the local and locally-made aspect of it Nov 25th!

Thanks, and continue to keep safe everyone,
the Scotland Hour Team