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Leopard magazine

Leopard is a monthly glossy, full-colour magazine which covers the culture of the North-East of Scotland: its people past and present, its heritage, the arts, local language (Doric) and humour, fiction, poetry, wildlife and countryside, castles and standing stones? and a crossword puzzle. Leopard''s cartoon strip, Councillor Swick, is written by Buff Hardy and Steve Robertson of Scotland the What? and drawn by Sandy Cheyne. Our regular columnists include Norman Harper, a North-East favourite; Derrick McClure and Professor Sandy Fenton on the Scots language, and Simon McPhun on gardens. A true cottage industry, it is produced from a cottage at the foot of Bennachie.

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Inverurie
Aberdeenshire
AB51 5EE
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Keywords - Heritage of the North-East - Culture - Doric - Scotland the What? - Scots language and placenames

Heritage of the North-East
Culture
Doric
Scotland the What?

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Leopard is a monthly glossy, full-colour magazine which covers the culture of the North-East of Scotland: its people past and present, its heritage, the arts, local language (Doric) and humour, fiction, poetry, wildlife and countryside, castles and standing stones? and a crossword puzzle. Leopard''s cartoon strip, Councillor Swick, is written by Buff Hardy and Steve Robertson of Scotland the What? and drawn by Sandy Cheyne. Our regular columnists include Norman Harper, a North-East favourite; Derrick McClure and Professor Sandy Fenton on the Scots language, and Simon McPhun on gardens. A true cottage industry, it is produced from a cottage at the foot of Bennachie.