Always wanted to visit Scotland but didn’t have a pressing reason to do so?

Edinburgh Castle is Scotland’s most-visited paid tourist attraction.

Now you do. In Edinburgh, Scotland, on November 2 to 4, 2012, the British Deaf Association (BDA) is organizing a BDA Conference, AGM and Grand Banquet with a keynote speaker Colin Allen, World Federation of the Deaf (WFD) President. It is open to the general public. There will be History Exhibition, Bingo, Games, Social (bar area), workshops, Grand banquet and a Edinburgh Tour – organised by the BDA Scotland and Scottish Deaf Association. RSVP: Friday 19 October 2012

Aside from the BDA Conference, grab the opportunity and enjoy a vast variety of things to see and do in Scotland’s capital, Edinburgh and in countryside, the Lothians and fill your perfect break with trips to castles and distilleries, country parks and excellent restaurants. Edinburgh and the Lothians is a region of iconic landmarks, world-famous festivals and exciting possibilities with excellent attractions, activities and entertainment.

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