Mither Tongue is based in Keith, Scotland, and has been in business for several years producing cards, gifts and stationary in both the Scots and English languages. They have recently produced a Robert Burns mug and other items as part of the Homecoming Scotland programme for 2009. As Mither Tongue itself says it produces “Keepsakes o the land we treasure / made wi care tae gie wi pleasure.”
For more information about its products please follow this link: http://www.mithertongue.co.uk/
Grangemouth printers Flavell have introduced a range of telephone reminder pads featuring some of Scotland's best known buildings and places with the bilingual message, Things tae dae / Things to do, printed on them.
The notepads include images of Scotland's main cities and some of the country's iconic buildings like the Science Centre in Glasgow.
For information about Flavell and their Scots language products visit www.flavell.com
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