Every month we bring you the best interiors, antiques, gardens,wildlife, motoring, whisky and country news, as well as entertaining, informative and authoritative writing from Scotland’s finest writers, with stunning imagery captured by the nation’s best photographers.
In 1931 the outdoors journal was taken over by Henry Munro, then acquired in the 1960s by Sir Hugh Fraser‘s Universal Investments group when it came under the wing of George Outram & Co.. In the 1960s the magazine achieved a 68,000 circulation.
Under the editorship of Roddy Martine in 1976 the magazine was based, for a brief time, in Edinburgh, moving back to Glasgow after a management buyout. Under the editorship of Archie Mackenzie from 1994 to 2010, the magazine celebrated its centenary year in 2003 and in 2007 was named Consumer Magazine of the Year at the Scottish Magazine Awards. Since November 1994 Scottish Field has been owned by Howard Bennett. Its editor since 2010 is Richard Bath.