Scotland in 4 Seasons Magazine

Scotland in 4 Seasons Magazine started as an idea more than twenty years ago. In 2020, during the pandemic, Linda Mellor brought her original idea to life. “I had a vision of a magazine with lots of Scottish topics written by different people sharing why they love Scotland. In 2000, it wasn’t the right time to explore the idea so I forgot about the magazine until the first lockdown in 2020.

Like many others, my freelance work dried up and I found myself wondering what I was going to do. It was during this time, while seeking inspiration, that my original idea resurfaced. I started to make notes, and before I knew it ideas were flying around. It was exciting to talk about the magazine, and my enthusiasm was shared with others keen to take part.”

2021 Magazine Schedule

  • Spring issue March 10th
  • Summer Issue June 15th
  • Autumn Issue September 15th
  • Winter Issue December 10th

Scotland

Scotland is an amazing country, and it’s hard to sum up why due to the innumerable aspects of abundance, from our inspiring scenery, centuries of history to the people living and working in Scotland. Through our uniqueness, we all appreciate, enjoy and connect to Scotland in our own way and the magazine reflects this. Linda said, “the one thing that brings us all together is our collective love of Scotland.”

In 4 Seasons

Scotland is an active country all year round, and there are always different ways to connect, appreciation and enjoy through spring, summer, autumn and winter. Scotland in 4 Seasons is dedicated to sharing authentic seasonal content. On 16th January 2021, Scotland in 4 Seasons Magazine was launched with the Winter edition, and available in paper and digital formats.

Environment – we love trees

Our magazine is printed on paper from Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) wood. From the FSC website, “FSC certifies forests all over the world to ensure they meet the highest environmental and social standards.”

We also use recycled paper and plastic for packing and posting your paper copy.