• Aug 21, 2015

As Tomintoul Distillery's 50th Anniversary celebration rocked into full swing we managed to capture some of the spectacular moments. From long drive golf champion and Tomintoul sponsored athlete Joe Miller's impressive 449 yards clear away across all 7 Tomintoul Distillery warehouses, to dinner with wonderful guests and members of the tomintoul family, it's been an utter joyous and splendid week.

The celebrations took place in the Glenlivet Estate in Speyside, Scotland as pictured below at the venue with blue skies all around and sunshine .

 Joe Miller wowing the crowd as pictured (below) some members of the press capturing memorable moments.

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Celebration in full swing with members of the Tomintoul Distillery, Joe Miller (Pictured left).

 The event was highlighted by members of the press & Journal who wrote a splendid article about the day and Joe Millers Speyside challenge here http://ow.ly/RbYs4

 

Here we end with a big Cheers to a great week and a big thank you to all who helped and particpated in the celebrations.

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  • Aug 20, 2015

To Kick-start the 3 day celebrations at the Tomintoul Distillery for the 50th Anniversary, world long distance golf champion and Tomintoul sponsored athlete Joe Miller set a record breaking strike by hitting a ball 449 yards across all 7 Tomintoul distillery warehouses. Joe Miller was celebrating with the Tomintoul Distillery in Scotland, whilst being challenged to strike a ball across the 350 yard warehouses. A big congrats to Joe for the record breaking finish as picture here in the full swing of things...

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Joe just before the start of the festivities...

 A great start to the celebrations, with more to come!

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  • Jul 16, 2015

A 170 year old tradition!

This Saturday  are the Tomintoul Highland Games. Held on the 3rd Saturday of July for over a 170 years, this long held tradition will definitely be a blast! Showcasing traditional heavy and light events, highland dancing, piping competitions and lesser known entertainments like tilt the bucket and barrel racing.

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For more information, please visit:

http://www.tomintoulhighlandgames.co.uk/home

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