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Hi, Dropped in for a visit August 2011. During a pilgrimage to meet my fathers family from Glasgow. The cousins took me around the area. Loved it. Glad we found your shop. I bought a CD Glencoe (still enjoying it) and a couple of Moo & Baa green mugs, a real laugh. Still using them, a great line of pottery. We chipped one the other day, do you still carry them in stock? kind regards Pete
29 Jul 12
Marie Braund Cohoon
I toured your site today and enjoyed seeing everything. I will be back.
16 Apr 12
Many thanks from the party of four from Hamilton visiting in April for the kindness of the ladies in the shop. We discovered we could not get lunch anywhere and were going to have to wait until 3.30 for the bus back to Oban. One of the ladies very kindly drove us to the pub at the bridge and dropped us there, where we got a lovely lunch.
10 May 11
The Highland Arts exhibition is a magical place. C John Taylor is a treasure to behold - such skill and dedication beautifully exhibited at this glorious location.
4 Sep 10
I visited your lovely shop in Callander anytime i am over i always buy something ,i bought a lovely scottie dog teddie and my wife had a nice talk outside about the dog shows to yourself. She loved the crack about the dogs..you comented on our lovely scottish terrier dogs.
29 Mar 10
I visited Easedale in March this year (2010) on my way home from a coach tour holiday in Fort William, what a beautiful place! many thanks for the free postcard which I will be sending to my son in the Czech Republic and I am certain as an artist himself he will appreciate the painting of the village, I hope he appreciates my photographs as much! can't wait to visit again!
14 Nov 09
Wish there were more places like this in Scotland . The song 'Islands of beauty ' brings back lots of happy memories of my holidays in the beautiful western highlands especially on the Isle of Seil along with my young family. Thanks for the memories. Robert
7 Oct 09
It's a bit sad that it seems some can't enjoy the Highland Arts Exhibitions for what they are. Why leave nasty comments?
Yes; they're a 'bit weird' and quirky. But that's rather the point! They're welcoming and the strangeness is part of their charm. Long may it last! C John Taylor was an astute marketer... If only more folk were as enterprising!
4 Oct 09
Had a wonderful day in Easdale a couple of weeks ago. Was very impressed by the Highland Arts Centre. I especially liked the paintings by John C Taylor. Staff were very friendly and I loved the tablet. Thank you!!!!!
PS - I have tried to add my email address to your mailing list but I dont think it worked. I would appreciate if you were able to use my email address from this. I am especially interested in the life and works of John C Taylor if there is anything you could forward me. Thankyou again. Lorna McAllister.
24 Jul 09
It was nice to see Luss again. I used to work at the Inverbeg Hotel over 20 years ago. Helped out in the Hotel in Luss as well. I am working and living now in Germany, but just came home for a holiday (wedding of my niece as well) and went up the Highlands to show my 2 weans my country where I used to cut aboot. Lovely with a' the rain. Never mind. Still love the music, the food and the people (Scottisch Lassies). Cheerio. (Greet, greet).