In the Scottish Borders area near the River Teviot is the tiny village of Minto. Although it is very small, it is visited by quite a lot of people throughout the year — people who are looking to experience the true nature of Scotland and its beautiful countryside. If you’re looking to visit, make sure you plan a few things ahead of time. This will make sure you don’t get overwhelmed with choice, and will also ensure you have something to do as soon as you arrive, allowing you to make the most of your trip to Scotland.
- Watch live images from an osprey nest at the Tweed Valley Osprey Watch at the Valley Forest Park, and take time out to enjoy the other wildlife features at the centre.
- Watch live footage of salmon at the Philiphaugh Salmon Viewing Centre, Selkirk.
- The Textile Towerhouse in Hawick uses a restored building to explain the troubled history of the town. A children’s school room lets the young ones learn about the area, and the exhibitions change regularly to make return visits interesting.
- Learn about Eyemouth’s fishing and farming past at Eyemouth Museum, where the kids can dress up as farmers or fishermen as you take a tour around the centre.
I’ve been in an accident in the area, should I get in touch with a lawyer in Minto?
If you’re unfortunate enough to be involved in an accident that wasn’t your fault, you should give Accident Advice Helpline a call. Calling around for a lawyer in Minto will be a frustrating process, and will probably just annoy you more than solve any problems. Even if you find a lawyer in Minto, there’s still no assurance that they will be able to aid your specific problems. We have specialist advisers who are trained and exceptionally helpful. One call to our team will have all of your claim-related queries answered, all you need to do is dial 0800 689 0500.
If you’re unsure about calling and are still looking for a lawyer in Minto, you should take the 30-second test on Accident Advice Helpline’s website. The 30-second test takes under a minute to complete and will let you know if you’re eligible to make a claim or not.