A Bookworm’s Guide to Scotland: Spot of the Week

A Bookworm’s Guide to Scotland: Spot of the Week

One of the many terrific things about books is that you can read them virtually anywhere: under the sheets, in the bath, while flying, on a rollercoaster—well, maybe not that last one, especially if it goes upside down. A good read is a must, however, when you’re out exploring and you find a treasure of a spot to …

Exploring Scotland’s Munros

Exploring Scotland’s Munros

Is there any better way to experience nature than looking at the beautiful view from the summit of a mountain?A Munro is a Scottish mountain higher than 914 meters (3000 feet), named after the mountaineer Sir Hugh Munro who catalogued them all in 1891. Sir Hugh Munro died 100 years ago, so in a BBC …

Memoirs of a Feminist Mother by Carol Fox

Memoirs of a Feminist Mother by Carol Fox

‘That was the type of woman I was born to be. Feminism made such complete sense to me.’ There is a lot that can be said about Motherhood; some would define it as the biggest achievement, others as the biggest challenge. Some, instead, would argue that it is so subjective it can’t even be described …

Hina Matsuri Japanese Spring Festival

The nights are getting slightly lighter and our scarves are getting tucked away for a while as the hope of spring approaches! This means weekends and days off can be enjoyed outdoors – hopefully saving a bit of money! We have a recommendation for Glasgow locals to kick off the springtime. The Hina Matsuri Japanese …

Meet the Interns: Molly

It’s time for another ‘Meet the Interns’ post! This time you’ll be getting to know Molly, a creative writing student at the University of Stirling. How did you come to work at Ringwood?  I had been searching around for an internship that would compliment my CV, and provide me with the skills that I needed …

The Clydebank Blitz: 'Where the Bridge Lies'

The Clydebank Blitz: ‘Where the Bridge Lies’

When we think of Clydebank today, we envision the vibrant core of Scotland’s shipbuilding industry neighbouring the River Clyde. However, it was once the sight of a tragedy that will remain a part of its history forever. In the March of 1941, Clydebank was targeted by a horrific Luftwaffe bombing raid – one of the …

NTLI & Plan International UK

In the lead up to the official launch of ‘Not the Life Imagined’, we want to shine some light on the outstanding philanthropic organisation that takes universal action for children’s rights and female equality, ‘Plan International UK’. Anne’s novel brings our attention to the prejudice and discrimination women in medicine experienced in the 60s, an …

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