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COVID-19 Information

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From Monday 26th April 2021 we will be re-opening our shop in line with the Scottish Government’s guidelines.

Our walking tours will recommence from Thursday 29th April 2021.

The availability of tours will be limited until we gauge the demand for them and the maximum number of people on our tours will remain at a reduced level to allow for physical distancing. If you do not see your preferred date and time listed on our website, then do get in touch and we will see if something can be arranged.

Oracle Cards (Witches' Kitchen)

In pre-Internet times, if you sought to pluck knowledge and wisdom from the aether, your best bet was to call upon an Oracle.

Nowadays, most people have an Internet. But if yours is broken, at least now you can summon the power of an oracle that isn't limited to nine hundred and ninety-nine pages and four coloured buttons, with this card-based method of divination.

£19.99

Witch's Brew mug

What better juncture than at the serving of hot beverages to announce to all and sundry one's embroilment in the arcane world of the mystical arts?

This distinctive cauldron-shaped mug will certainly nail your esoteric colours to the mast. Eye of newt optional (and probably frowned-upon as many amphibian species are endangered today).

Or perhaps you'd just like to make a rather pointed jibe when serving your mother-in-law her Lapsang Souchong. It's really up to you. We're not the mug police.

£9.99

Embossed notebook (Sacred Love)

With a tough hardback binding and integral ribbon bookmark, 150 blank pages (well, it looks about that many) await your scribbling pleasure within this eerily beautiful A5 notebook.

When the world around you turns bright blue, the Sacred Love of a unicorn and its foal will see you through. That's what my gran used to say anyway, and she knew a thing or two about atmospheric anomalies and cryptids.

£9.99

Alchemy mug (Poison)

Poison. Not everyone's idea of a comforting mid-afternoon tipple, but each to their own.

The frightful skull that graces this mug is wearing a crown. Monarchs, historically, are one of the most at-risk groups when it comes to poisoning, so that makes sense.

£9.99

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