#ScotlandHour St. Andrew’s Day Special: 30.11.15

Celebrate Scotland’s National Day Your Way on Monday 30th November 2015 with #scotlandhour

#scotlandhour is joining forces with  www.scotland.org/standrewsday to mark the celebrations across the country, with a special Twitter chat on Monday 30 November at the earlier time of 8-9pm to allow some of the #scotlandhour team to tweet live on the night of the Virgin Money Street of Light in Edinburgh.

We’ll be joined by co-host tweeters from VisitScotland and @AboutScotland and we still have room for more, so if you’re interested in helping us co-host the chat please tweet @scotlandhour or #scotlandhour team members.

We’ll have to be creative with two tags & 140 characters but we’re sure our #scotlandhour community will do it!

#scotlandhour St. Andrew’s Day Twitter Chat, Monday 30th November, 8-9pm

8.00pm Q1 What would be your perfect way to celebrate St Andrew’s Day? #scotlandhour #mystandrewsday

8.10pm Q2 Where, how & with whom are you celebrating #mystandrewsday? #scotlandhour

8.20pm Q3 What does Scotland mean to you? #mystandrewsday #scotlandhour

8.30pm Q4 Which Scottish songs inspire you to get up and dance on #mystandrewsday? #ScotlandHour

8.40pm Q5 Which beauty spot best sums up Scotland? #mystandrewsday #scotlandhour

8.50pm Q6 Share your #mystandrewsday photos and videos. #scotlandhour

We’d love the Scotlandhour community to join us wherever you are on the night and share your #mystandrewsday experiences with us!

The 2015 celebrations are part of the Scottish Government’s Winter Festivals programme which this year supports 21 key cultural events in 15 local authority areas across the country. You can find full details of the programme at www.scotland.org/winter but events include:

  • 560 free, two-for-one or child goes free activities and offers happening across 400 Scottish venues and attractions in the run up to St Andrew’s Day with downloadable vouchers
  • A series of eleven funded events including the new Virgin Money Street of Light in Edinburgh and The St Andrew’s Day Fusion Festival in Dundee, through the Scotland’s Winter Festivals events programme, funded by the Scottish Government and managed EventScotland.
  • Free tickets to some of Scotland’s best known heritage attractions via a pre pre-registration scheme with Historic Scotland (details to be released soon).
  • A selection of home grown recipes available to celebrate St Andrew’s Day at home with friends and family.

To find out what’s going on in your area and download vouchers for your St Andrew’s Day out visit www.scotland.org/standrewsday 

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