A bonnie haul of headlines for Bell Ingram’s Royal island sale
Tuesday, July 9th, 2013
on behalf of Bell Ingram
Wiay near Benbecula was once a hide out for the Young Pretender after he saw his Jacobite uprising crushed at the Battle of Culloden.
Now it is being sold through Bell Ingram – and the story captured the imagination of the biggest newspapers in Scotland.
The Scottish Daily Mail is a media powerhouse, selling around 100,000 copies a day, while the newspaper’s website is now the most viewed in the world.
As Scotland’s biggest-selling broadsheet, The Herald is renowned as a quality newspaper and sells close to 50,000 copies every day.
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