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The White Heather Club was a BBC TV Scottish variety show that ran on and off from 7 May 1958 [1] to 1968. [2]

It was an early evening BBC television programme. It started at 6.20, and Jimmy Shand composed a melody "The Six Twenty Twostep" as the theme tune. This was usually followed by Andy Stewart singing "Come in, come in, it's nice to see you...." The show always ended with Andy Stewart and the cast singing, "Haste ye Back":

Haste ye back, we loue you dearly, call again you're welcome here.
May your days be free from sorrow, and your friends be ever near.
May the paths o'er which you wander, be to you a joy each day.
Haste ye back we loue you dearly, haste ye back on friendship's way.

The White Heather Club was a BBC TV Scottish variety show that ran on and off from 7 May 1958 [1] to 1968. [2]

It was an early evening BBC television programme. It started at 6.20, and Jimmy Shand composed a melody "The Six Twenty Twostep" as the theme tune. This was usually followed by Andy Stewart singing "Come in, come in, it's nice to see you...." The show always ended with Andy Stewart and the cast singing, "Haste ye Back":

Haste ye back, we loue you dearly, call again you're welcome here.
May your days be free from sorrow, and your friends be ever near.
May the paths o'er which you wander, be to you a joy each day.
Haste ye back we loue you dearly, haste ye back on friendship's way.

Grade C:  6mls/3.5hrs ▲123m/405ft. Depart: LACP at 09:30  Walk start: Cramond car park at 10:30 OS: 66 GR: NT191770 Description: Mainly road and Railway path walking. From Cramond to Silverknowes along the esplanade (Costa del Edinburgh!). Then follow the railway path to Pilton. Returning through Telford College and the esplanade. Note: RADO. NoSC. EH4 6HZ Mileage to start & back 65. Toilets by car park

Grade B: 9mls/5hrs ▲167m/550ft. Depart: LACP at 09:30  Walk start: Coronation Hall, Pool of Muckhart at 10:15 OS: 58 GR: NN999006 Description: The walk uses small quiet roads and paths, traversing through farmland, woodland, small villages and by the River Devon. Note: RADO. NoSC. FK14 7JF Mileage to start & back 30. Limited parking, please try and car share

Grade B+: 7.5mls/6hrs ▲750m/2460ft. Depart: LACP at 09:30  Walk start: Quiet road adjacent to dual carriageway at Blackford at 10:15 OS: 58 GR: NN894085 Description: Heading East from Blackford on quiet roads then on to tracks and paths leading to the hills where we may encounter some boggy ground. Note: RADO. NoSC. PH4 1QP Mileage to start & back 30 Note there are 3 summits – total ascents add up to 750 metres

The White Heather Club was a BBC TV Scottish variety show that ran on and off from 7 May 1958 [1] to 1968. [2]

It was an early evening BBC television programme. It started at 6.20, and Jimmy Shand composed a melody "The Six Twenty Twostep" as the theme tune. This was usually followed by Andy Stewart singing "Come in, come in, it's nice to see you...." The show always ended with Andy Stewart and the cast singing, "Haste ye Back":

Haste ye back, we loue you dearly, call again you're welcome here.
May your days be free from sorrow, and your friends be ever near.
May the paths o'er which you wander, be to you a joy each day.
Haste ye back we loue you dearly, haste ye back on friendship's way.

Grade C:  6mls/3.5hrs ▲123m/405ft. Depart: LACP at 09:30  Walk start: Cramond car park at 10:30 OS: 66 GR: NT191770 Description: Mainly road and Railway path walking. From Cramond to Silverknowes along the esplanade (Costa del Edinburgh!). Then follow the railway path to Pilton. Returning through Telford College and the esplanade. Note: RADO. NoSC. EH4 6HZ Mileage to start & back 65. Toilets by car park

Grade B: 9mls/5hrs ▲167m/550ft. Depart: LACP at 09:30  Walk start: Coronation Hall, Pool of Muckhart at 10:15 OS: 58 GR: NN999006 Description: The walk uses small quiet roads and paths, traversing through farmland, woodland, small villages and by the River Devon. Note: RADO. NoSC. FK14 7JF Mileage to start & back 30. Limited parking, please try and car share

Grade B+: 7.5mls/6hrs ▲750m/2460ft. Depart: LACP at 09:30  Walk start: Quiet road adjacent to dual carriageway at Blackford at 10:15 OS: 58 GR: NN894085 Description: Heading East from Blackford on quiet roads then on to tracks and paths leading to the hills where we may encounter some boggy ground. Note: RADO. NoSC. PH4 1QP Mileage to start & back 30 Note there are 3 summits – total ascents add up to 750 metres

Our team works hard to defend, extend and promote safe, easily accessible off-road riding for everyone, but we could not do this without the help of our dedicated local Access and Bridleways Officers.

Whether you want the challenge of an epic long-distance ride, a route for your fundraising fun ride, a holiday on horseback, or just a change of scenery closer to home, we can help you find somewhere safe to ride.

We know there’s nothing better than riding out with friends, or just enjoying the company of your horse in the open air.

We are committed to defending and increasing such opportunities by recording legal rights, preserving and reinstating routes, and creating new rights for every rider and carriage driver.

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Report any interesting find on a walking route with the Pathwatch app - whether it's an access issue, or fascinating flora and fauna.

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The White Heather Club was a BBC TV Scottish variety show that ran on and off from 7 May 1958 [1] to 1968. [2]

It was an early evening BBC television programme. It started at 6.20, and Jimmy Shand composed a melody "The Six Twenty Twostep" as the theme tune. This was usually followed by Andy Stewart singing "Come in, come in, it's nice to see you...." The show always ended with Andy Stewart and the cast singing, "Haste ye Back":

Haste ye back, we loue you dearly, call again you're welcome here.
May your days be free from sorrow, and your friends be ever near.
May the paths o'er which you wander, be to you a joy each day.
Haste ye back we loue you dearly, haste ye back on friendship's way.

Grade C:  6mls/3.5hrs ▲123m/405ft. Depart: LACP at 09:30  Walk start: Cramond car park at 10:30 OS: 66 GR: NT191770 Description: Mainly road and Railway path walking. From Cramond to Silverknowes along the esplanade (Costa del Edinburgh!). Then follow the railway path to Pilton. Returning through Telford College and the esplanade. Note: RADO. NoSC. EH4 6HZ Mileage to start & back 65. Toilets by car park

Grade B: 9mls/5hrs ▲167m/550ft. Depart: LACP at 09:30  Walk start: Coronation Hall, Pool of Muckhart at 10:15 OS: 58 GR: NN999006 Description: The walk uses small quiet roads and paths, traversing through farmland, woodland, small villages and by the River Devon. Note: RADO. NoSC. FK14 7JF Mileage to start & back 30. Limited parking, please try and car share

Grade B+: 7.5mls/6hrs ▲750m/2460ft. Depart: LACP at 09:30  Walk start: Quiet road adjacent to dual carriageway at Blackford at 10:15 OS: 58 GR: NN894085 Description: Heading East from Blackford on quiet roads then on to tracks and paths leading to the hills where we may encounter some boggy ground. Note: RADO. NoSC. PH4 1QP Mileage to start & back 30 Note there are 3 summits – total ascents add up to 750 metres

Our team works hard to defend, extend and promote safe, easily accessible off-road riding for everyone, but we could not do this without the help of our dedicated local Access and Bridleways Officers.

Whether you want the challenge of an epic long-distance ride, a route for your fundraising fun ride, a holiday on horseback, or just a change of scenery closer to home, we can help you find somewhere safe to ride.

We know there’s nothing better than riding out with friends, or just enjoying the company of your horse in the open air.

We are committed to defending and increasing such opportunities by recording legal rights, preserving and reinstating routes, and creating new rights for every rider and carriage driver.

We've noticed that you're using an out of date browser. We recommend that you update to the latest version to enhance your browsing experience.

Report any interesting find on a walking route with the Pathwatch app - whether it's an access issue, or fascinating flora and fauna.

Phototrails is a handy guide to the accessibility and facilities of walking routes, including user reviews and photos.

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The White Heather Club was a BBC TV Scottish variety show that ran on and off from 7 May 1958 [1] to 1968. [2]

It was an early evening BBC television programme. It started at 6.20, and Jimmy Shand composed a melody "The Six Twenty Twostep" as the theme tune. This was usually followed by Andy Stewart singing "Come in, come in, it's nice to see you...." The show always ended with Andy Stewart and the cast singing, "Haste ye Back":

Haste ye back, we loue you dearly, call again you're welcome here.
May your days be free from sorrow, and your friends be ever near.
May the paths o'er which you wander, be to you a joy each day.
Haste ye back we loue you dearly, haste ye back on friendship's way.

Grade C:  6mls/3.5hrs ▲123m/405ft. Depart: LACP at 09:30  Walk start: Cramond car park at 10:30 OS: 66 GR: NT191770 Description: Mainly road and Railway path walking. From Cramond to Silverknowes along the esplanade (Costa del Edinburgh!). Then follow the railway path to Pilton. Returning through Telford College and the esplanade. Note: RADO. NoSC. EH4 6HZ Mileage to start & back 65. Toilets by car park

Grade B: 9mls/5hrs ▲167m/550ft. Depart: LACP at 09:30  Walk start: Coronation Hall, Pool of Muckhart at 10:15 OS: 58 GR: NN999006 Description: The walk uses small quiet roads and paths, traversing through farmland, woodland, small villages and by the River Devon. Note: RADO. NoSC. FK14 7JF Mileage to start & back 30. Limited parking, please try and car share

Grade B+: 7.5mls/6hrs ▲750m/2460ft. Depart: LACP at 09:30  Walk start: Quiet road adjacent to dual carriageway at Blackford at 10:15 OS: 58 GR: NN894085 Description: Heading East from Blackford on quiet roads then on to tracks and paths leading to the hills where we may encounter some boggy ground. Note: RADO. NoSC. PH4 1QP Mileage to start & back 30 Note there are 3 summits – total ascents add up to 750 metres

Our team works hard to defend, extend and promote safe, easily accessible off-road riding for everyone, but we could not do this without the help of our dedicated local Access and Bridleways Officers.

Whether you want the challenge of an epic long-distance ride, a route for your fundraising fun ride, a holiday on horseback, or just a change of scenery closer to home, we can help you find somewhere safe to ride.

We know there’s nothing better than riding out with friends, or just enjoying the company of your horse in the open air.

We are committed to defending and increasing such opportunities by recording legal rights, preserving and reinstating routes, and creating new rights for every rider and carriage driver.


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