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To celebrate Fife Country’s long association with the famous Harris Tweed ‘cloth’ here is your chance to win a handsome tweed cap or hat.

What is the main port on the Isle of Harris?

Is it…

a) Starbuck
b) Tarbert
c) Stobart

e-mail us your answer to competitions@fifecountry.co.uk. First correct answer out of the Fife deerstalker will win a handsome ladies or gentleman’s tweed cap or hat. Please include your hat size in your e-mail. Entries must be in by 31st May 2014. Good hunting…

 

What's Your Favourite Walk

 

 

What’s your favourite country walk? A hike in Harris? A stroll on the picturesque Sussex Downs? A wander in Wales? Or a donder in Donegal? As keen walkers ourselves, the good folk at Fife Country like nothing better than to lace up our walking boots and head for the hills (okay and maybe the pub!). So we are always interested in a new trail, especially if there’s a tale attached. So post your favourite walk on the blog with a picture and a few well chosen words. Each month we will pick out our favourite walk and the lucky entry will win a pair of Hoggs Ramblers walking boots.

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May the road rise up to meet you

 

2 thoughts on “Competitions

  • May 15, 2014 at 4.30
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    I thought that I would let you know about a couple of comments that were made to me, on separate occasions, about the way I was dressed. On both occasions I was wearing a Fife Country Islay three piece suit, good shooting tie and a good pair of Oxford brogue brown boots, and, though I say it myself, I did look pretty dapper!

    Incident one. I was at Bristol airport waiting to get a flight to Belfast at about 6.20 in the morning. Just gone through the security check and was getting my things together and I was approached by a young lady, probably twenty years younger than me, who lent towards me and said ‘You look gorgeous!’ I was taken aback to say the least. I am a full blooded male but this was such a surprise that it left me speechless. I suppose amongst the sea of conventional charcoal and blue suits worn by the other chaps going over on business I did stand out. It made my day. In fact it made my month!

    Incident two. Dressed pretty much the same on a train between Leicester and Birmingham. Sat gawping out of the window waiting for the ticket collector. As he clipped my ticket and handed it back to me he said ‘May I congratulate you on your mode of dress sir. My father had been a tailor and I was taught by him what looks good and you look very well attired’. Great!! I have found at last the look that I have wanted for years. It looks good. It feels good. And by golly it does you good!

    Hopefully an order for suit number two will soon be on its way to you.

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  • November 6, 2017 at 4.30
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    My wife and I have just received our second order of shirts\blouses and trousers.
    We are both highly delighted with the quality of be goods we have purchased.
    We will both be ordering further goods in the not too distant future.
    Thank you for your prompt attention

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