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    A Walk to London


    Ancient Glass in the National Museums of Scotland

    Surveys the rare glass, vessels and objects that have been assembled by the Royal Museum, Edinburgh over the last 150 years, giving collectors and scholars an additional source through which to research and authenticate previous works of glass.

    Anderson: Waverley Genuine Tartan Cloth (9cm x 14cm) Pocket Format Commonplace Notebook

    This quality Anderson genuine tartan cloth notebook has 176pp of 80gsm cream paper, with left page plain, right page ruled. With a ribbon marker, an expandable inner note pocket, elastic enclosure, a leaflet about the history of tartan, and a colourful bookmark with a brief history of the Anderson tartan. Comes in a light plastic wrapper bag.

    Argyll Curiosities

    A unique insight into the eclectic collection of the `curious' archaeology, geography, geology and genealogy of Argyll

    Aromatherapy: Using healing plants and essential oils for a calmer life

    Aromatherapy is a practical, informative book on the essential oils of plants, and how to use them in treatments and massage, with a blending guide to help you blend oils yourself. Our sense of smell is directly linked to our brain and the aroma of oils has an immediate effect on how we feel. This is a revised edition.

    Artful Eating: The Psychology of Lasting Weight Loss

    Artful Eating will take you on a journey filled with stories, life lessons, practical tools and strategies all rooted in the most up to date scientific and psychological research. Learn how to reprogram your mind to lose weight and achieve the body you desire, by changing your thoughts, behaviours and approach to pleasure.

    Auld Lang Syne Tartan Notebook (mini with pen)

    This Waverley mini notebook celebrates 'Auld Lang Syne', the traditional song collected by Burns, and is bound in Auld Lang Syne tartan cloth, woven in the UK. Comes with 92 pages, pen, and a leaflet with four Scottish songs.