Posted on September 27, 2016 by Emma Nicolson
Archie the Coo-Van and three Coo-Visors visited the Woolmill today...
The aim of the Coo-Van "is to engage with locals and visitors to Scotland, providing inspiration and extending the personal touch that the traditional visitor centres already have. Being “out in the field” means that information can be accessible and we can pass on details of attractions and other things to see in the area and across Scotland."
The vans that have been designed to look like Highland cows "are very friendly and photogenic and love to have their photo taken." So if you see them on your travels take lots of photos and "share your images on social media using #ScotSpirit."
If you would like to find out more about the Coo-Vans, please visit their website.
Deep in the Spey Valley, Knockando Woolmill continues an unbroken 200 year old tradition, producing woven fabric on its historic looms.
Knockando Woolmill has always been at the heart of the local community. Listed as the 'Wauk Mill' in parish records from 1784, the mill has since maintained its traditions of spinning and weaving through generations of families.
All profits go to the Knockando Woolmill Trust to ensure the future of the Woolmill.
Scottish Charity No. SC030167