CAMP GLEN DYE x TGLE

Founded by Charlie & Caroline Gladstone (also co-founders of TGLE), Camp Glen Dye is four days and four nights of super-comfortable accommodation, fantastic food, an incredible location and learning with nationally recognised experts in a truly intimate environment.

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The Glen Dye team will be on site at TGLE 2019 to spread the word, and to host free food and drink tastings all weekend long. Here’s what you can expect to find when you head over to the Glen Dye Land Rover…

THURSDAY

4pm.
A Warm Welcome from Camp Glen Dye

Come and join us for a complimentary taste of Scotland... Plus the chance to win a stay at the acclaimed Saw Mill at Glen Dye. Draw to take place on Sunday.

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FRIDAY

11.30am.
Adult Art Class.

Line Drawing Class with our local artist, Mel Shand. Mel hails from Finzean (close to Glen Dye) and is a successful, accomplished artist with a special interest in photography, bees, hares and horses.
Free.

2pm.
Talk with Mel & Natasha.

An informal chat on Foraging, Bees & Botanicals with Mel and our local foraging expert, Natasha Lloyd.
Free.

4.30pm.
Talk with the creators of the Great Glen Charcuterie

Anja and Jan Jacob of the award winning Great Glen Charcuterie join us to talk about their journey from Norway to Scotland, making charcuterie from local wild venison, and how they did precisely what they were told was impossible. Sample some of their amazing products…
Free.

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SATURDAY

9.30am.
Foraging Walk

Foraging walk with our local expert, Natasha Lloyd. Natasha lives close to Glen Dye and her foraging and botanical expertise is employed by The Fife Arms of Braemar, (amongst others) to bring a sense of the natural world in the form of foraged ingredients for their restaurant menu, cocktails, and a range of skin care products.
Free.

11.30am.
Natural Skincare Workshop. 12 places available.

With forager and herbalist, Natasha Lloyd – make a lip balm, moisturiser and deodorant using natural bases and beautiful essential oils.
Free.

5pm.
Beyond Whisky Tasting.

Come and meet our local expert mixologist, Sandy Kenneway. Whisky may be one of Scotland’s biggest exports and finest traditions, but some rather amazing absinths and gins are also making a play for the limelight. Come, sample, listen and learn from one of the best in the business. Aside from running a successful spirits store, Sandy is a keen home brewer and fermenter, and an incredible cocktail maker – Sandy’s Shandies will also be making a debut..
Free.

6.30pm.
An evening of Traditional Scottish Fiddle Playing

Introducing Sandy Tweddle, an accomplished fiddle player originally from Morayshire in Scotland. He began playing violin at the age of 8 years old under the expert tuition of tutor Drummond Cook learning both classical violin and traditional Scots and Irish fiddle styles. He currently commands solo performances, teaches, composes, plays for ceilidhs and is an experienced dance caller.
Free.

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SUNDAY

11.30am.
Talk with the Great Glen Charcuterie

If you miss them on Friday (or if you want another taste of their award winning products) here’s another chance to listen to Anya and Jan Jacob’s story of how The Great Glen Charcuterie came to be.
Free.

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Tom Cronk