Welcome Home Bothies
These hand produced bothies are a wonderful way to help anyone feel at home in their new house. We have 2 types of bothy for you to select from. The original bothies were produced by Glenshee pottery, which closed its doors 2 years ago and has now re-opened with a new family . These are available in a variety of colours.
Or we have the “new build” bothy from Kirknewton pottery. These are two tone and come in gorgeous soft hues.
We guarantee these Scottish bothies are all individually made and each one differs from the other.
These quirky gifts not only give a smile to the new home owner but when purchasing one you are helping to raise valuable funds for the Highland Hospice or for Shelter
We will gift wrap each bothy in tissue paper, place in a linen bag and send along with a welcoming card to your chosen recipient. Please specify at check out, in comments, which charity you wish for the £1 donation to go to
All postage, packaging and donation is included in the price of £8
When faced with life shortening illness, death and bereavement, the people of the Highlands deserve the best possible care and support. At Highland Hospice our ambition is to ensure they receive this.
Our Inpatient Unit and Day Therapy Centres offer specialist support to patients with a progressive, life shortening illness. By managing their pain and other physical symptoms, we help make time and space for reflection, for gaining perspective and for achieving a measure of calm and tranquillity. Crucially, our team also offers advice with the emotional, social and spiritual issues that may arise and works with patients, families and carers at a time of transition to help them enjoy value and commemorate life.
As well as providing services direct to those in need, we want to serve care professionals and informal carers in the Highland community by sharing knowledge and resources so they can provide the best care they can.
Highland Hospice is committed to the principles of equality and diversity and our services are offered free of charge to all those in the Highlands who need them. We are an independent local charity reliant on our community and your contribution of time or money, as a volunteer or donor you can make a meaningful difference to people when they need it most.
Please support your Highland Hospice.
Tigermoth are proudly supporting Shelter- the national housing and homelessness charity. Shelter champions the rights of people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness through their national helpline, face to face services and online resources. Shelter campaigns so that no one has to face homelessness alone. If you would like to find out more about the great work they do or would like to show your support please visit www.shelter.org.uk.