Forfar is the county town of the east Scottish county of Angus, a coastal area of considerable natural beauty. The town itself dates back to the Roman era and has a population of about 14,000.
Close to Forfar, Scone Palace is a Gothic stately home that was historically the coronation place of Scottish kings. The crownings of famous royalty such as Macbeth and King James I took place here, and the structure remains one of the finest examples of late Georgian Gothic architecture anywhere in the UK.
Nearby, Dundee Contemporary Arts is an arts centre with two galleries, a two-screen cinema and much more besides. Housed in a modern, striking building close to the riverfront, the team here have geared the centre toward learning and education, with a host of events and exhibitions dedicated to raising the profile of local and national art.
Throughout the area, from Kingsmuir to Lunanhead, Floom’s Forfar flower delivery covers the whole town.