Inksters are back again at the Royal Highland Show this year.
As usual we are sharing a stand on 4th Avenue with the
Scottish Crofting Federation and Registers of Scotland ( Crofting Register).
Brian Inkster was on the stand answering queries, amongst others, from new entrants about finding and securing a croft and from established tenant crofters about the procedures to purchase a croft.
Martin Minton will be on hand to answer crofting law queries and on Saturday Vicki Macleod Folan will be.
Visitors can hear from the Scottish Crofting Federation about the benefits of joining the Federation and the various services that the Federation provide to its members.
The team from Registers of Scotland can tell you all you need to know about registering your croft in the Crofting Register.
Not forgetting, of course, that
Inky the sheep is back and you can get your photo taken with our prize winning sheep.
If you are at the show do come along and say hello at 4th avenue. We are just across from the big red double decker bus (Vintage Bus Bar) and the dining area in front of it.
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Brian Inkster and Inky the Sheep
Inksters are taking our prize winning sheep ‘Inky’ to the Royal Highland Show again this year.
Inky went down a storm last year with crofters, children, politicians and even a dog putting their heads into the picture to become, momentarily, Inky’s proud owner!
Inksters are sharing a stand with the Scottish Crofting Federation and Registers of Scotland (Crofting Register) on 4th Avenue. Inksters’
crofting lawyers will be dispensing crofting law advice to all who need it.
There will also be an opportunity to buy
Inksters Select Tea in conjunction with Tchai Ovna House of Tea and a competition to win a bottle of Pinkster Gin.
Brian Inkster said:-
We are delighted to join the Scottish Crofting Federation again for this year’s Royal Highland Show. With the
controversy currently surrounding the stance by the Crofting Commission on Common Grazings funds we anticipate many questions on that hot topic.
The show started today and continues through to Sunday.
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