- Homecoming Evaluation Press Release
- Homecoming Scotland 2009: A Year of Celebration
- Homecoming Scotland 2009: Economic Impact
- Evaluation of Marketing Campaign
- Evaluation of Media Campaign
- Evaluation of Media Campaign (Summary)
Homecoming Scotland 2009 has now finished.
Inspired by the 250th anniversary of the birth of Robert Burns, Homecoming Scotland 2009 extended an invitation to Scotland's people at home and abroad to reconnect with our great country. Throughout the year and across the country, more than 400 events provided a special Homecoming welcome. Thank you for your support.
Join the Homecoming Scotland Finale Celebrations 26 - 30 November, 2009. For full details on the biggest ever St Andrew's do click here.
From 19 to 31 October all attention for Homecoming will be on the Highlands as the festival atmosphere moves north.
To mark this very special year, claim your very own memento. Details of how to order the FREE exclusive certificate here...
Scottish brothers William & Robert Chambers founded and gave their name to the publishing company that is now Chambers Harrap.
The editors of The Chambers Dictionary in Edinburgh are celebrating Burns Night in this year of Homecoming. Read on for more details....
Hamecomin Scotland 2009 is a year-lang leet o events tae celebrate aw that’s guid aboot Scotland. More....
Throughout the year of Homecoming, the Chambers Dictionary will be providing a 'Scots Word of the Week' complete with audio pronunciation
Homecoming Scotland 2009, a fantastic year of celebrations, ended on 30th November 2009. This website showcases the results of the year and was archived on 30th June 2010. All images and content are copyright and use of any content or images outwith this site is unauthorised.