Thursday, December 3, 2015

Katrina & Robbie’s wedding at Cambo House, St Andrews

Katrina & Robbie’s wedding at Cambo House, St Andrews

Katrina her family and bridesmaids were staying in the house and got ready in one of the beautiful bedrooms with a four poster bed.
Plenty of beautiful windows and rooms to catch some really special pictures. Katrina looked absolutely gorgeous 2015-12-02_0008.jpg
The bridemaids were in the right blue for the drawing room – couldnt have been better!!
Ready to go to church – Robbies grandfather gave Katrina away. Just love this b/w shot2015-12-02_0010.jpg
Arriving at Crail church, in the East Neuk of Fife 2015-12-02_0011.jpg
And the first look 2015-12-02_0012.jpg
Congratulations to the new Mr & Mrs Stewart
Back to the beautiful walled garden at Cambo for the bride and groom photos
The boys
Happy guests – telling the story of the day 2015-12-02_0018.jpg
A quiet moment before going into the marquee 2015-12-02_0019.jpg
The cake cutting 2015-12-02_0020.jpg
Speeches 2015-12-02_0021.jpg
And the dancing 2015-12-02_0023.jpg
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Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Who Are You Now? Mad Hatter, Grey Matter Winter Talk Series

 Mad Hatter, Grey Matter Winter Talk Series 2015/16

The Mad Hatter, Grey Matter Winter Series takes the format of talks and presentations by a panel of experts and researchers from across the UK crossing the boundaries of psychology, neuroscience, creativity & human development.
The Winter Series acts as a year round, audience development sibling to the fabulous Mad Hatter, Grey Matter Festival – a festival that encourages curiosity and creativity in all ages – founded in the summer of 2014 and takes place early July
The Mad Hatter, Grey Matter Winter Series will take place in the beautiful and historic Ballroom of Cambo House across October - March
The Winter Series 2014/15 was delivered by some of Scotland’s most animated and engaging experts and researchers and got fantastic feedback from visitors.
For 2015/16 we are extremely excited and delighted to be offering a fascinating and rich programme that will pair a Scotland based expert with a complimentary research presentation from an expert / researcher working in another part of the UK.

Thursday 26th November 2015, 6.30-8pm

Who Are You Now?

Ben Graham is Project Manager of Who Are You Now?, a project run by Headway East London, a charity that supports survivors of brain injury from across the north and east of London.
Ben will be joined by one of the project’s narrators. They will tell the story of who they were before their injury, how they came to have their injury, and the impact it has had on their life. They will describe what they have learned about the brain structures involved in memory and forgetting, and about how disabilities caused by brain injury can change a person's sense of self as well as many significant things about the way they live. They will also talk about the emotional impact of injury, and what the narrator has learned about life through surviving this challenging experience.

Dr Grant Mair, an Academic Neuroradiologist working for both the University of Edinburgh and NHS Lothian, will then take the evening into the realm of brain imaging.

Grant will take us through how, why and when the brain is imaged with illustrative examples of what modern medical imaging can tell us (and what it can’t) and how this information can benefit patients (and their families) with brain injury or other disorders of the central nervous system.  

 FREE EVENT Advance booking required Call 01333 450054

Tuesday, October 6, 2015


April's Cottage Cakes (April Simpson)
Barefoot Books (Helena Simmons)
The Four Bees Furniture (Alastair Forbes)
The Jam Lady (Cecilia Hope)
Autumn Recipe Samples (Katie Yandrick)
Woodcraft (Alison Ireland)
Drop In Workshops:
Alison Ireland - Driftwood Craft
Woodland Crafts 
Plant a tree seed 
Bookable Workshops:
Stuart Allison - Geology Walk (10.30-12.30)
Chris Childe - Woodland Games (13.30-15.00)
Katie Yandrick - Creative Writing Workshop (12.30-13.30)
Catherine Cumming - Autumn Woodland Walk (Meet at the stables at 3pm)
Stewart Hutt - Drystone Wall Taster Session - drop in throughout the day (The Stables)
Email to book or call 01333 450054
All activities will be taking place in or around the Stables. 

Thursday, October 1, 2015

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

The Lumsden Club - Secret Garden Party 2015 at Cambo Estate

A gorgeous event full of fairy lights .....

The Lumsden Club
The Lumsden Club is a proud supporter of women’s, children’s and neighbourhood charities. Currently, we have a handful of local and international charities which we support financially and through hands-on volunteering.
All members of the club participate in weekly volunteering to help our community and those in need. The Lumsden Club has a longstanding relationship with a number of local charity shops including Save The Children and Barnardo’s and we are excited to have recently expanded our volunteering to the British Heart Foundation charity shop. In keeping with our aim to promote the arts, a number of members also volunteer at the Byre.  The club looks forward to increase our support network for Families First, who are committed to assisting and encouraging local family units..
The Lumsden Club directs all the proceeds from our events to the projects we support financially. A crucial factor when discerning the recipients of our financial contributions is a clear insight into how the funds will be spent. Hence, all of the organizations we support monetarily is either based locally or is relatively small.  To that end we have established a close collaboration with Tayside Children with Cancer and Leukaemia (TCCL), located in Fife.
In the recent past, we have contributed to charities such as orphanages and HIV centres across the globe from Guatemala to Kenya