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Baird in engineering Hall of Fame

HELENSBURGH'S John Logie Baird, the man who was the first in the world to televise objects in motion, has been inducted into the Scottish Engineering Hall of Fame.

Professor Malcolm Baird, the son of John Logie Baird and president of Helensburgh Heritage Trust, provided some original material for the Hall of Fame website.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 23 December 2015 17:22 )

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St Peter's will be transformed

SCOTLAND'S greatest modernist ruin, St Peter’s Seminary near Cardross, will be transformed by light and sound at the official launch event of Scotland’s Festival of Architecture 2016 from March 18-27.

Fifty years on since the building opened, the public can explore this architectural masterpiece re-animated at night for the first time.

Last Updated ( Friday, 04 December 2015 14:06 )

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Grant to upgrade War Memorial

REDEVELOPMENT of Helensburgh's Hermitage Park has been given another boost with the award of £60,000 from the War Memorial Trust.

This is double the amount usually awarded from the trust’s Centenary Memorials Restoration Fund, and will go towards the repair and renovation of the 40-foot memorial designed by renowned burgh artist and architect Alexander Nisbet Paterson.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 02 December 2015 17:45 )

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Trust president on radio

HELENSBURGH Heritage Trust president Professor Malcolm Baird could be heard on BBC Radio Scotland on Sunday October 18.

The previous week Malcolm, son of TV inventor John Logie Baird, was interviewed by writer and broadcaster Richard Holloway, the former Episcopal Bishop of Edinburgh, for the weekly programme "Sunday Morning with . . ."

Last Updated ( Thursday, 29 October 2015 18:37 )

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Tree honours Queen's reign

THE record-breaking reign of Queen Elizabeth II has been marked with a tree-planting in Luss.

Last Updated ( Monday, 05 October 2015 14:24 )

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Baird recording stays in UK

THE OLDEST surviving transmission recording made by Helensburgh-born TV pioneer John Logie Baird has been saved for the nation — thanks to a burgh businessman who wishes to remain anonymous.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 01 October 2015 15:32 )

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Cove and Kilcreggan heritage leaflet

THE REMARKABLE architecture of Cove and Kilcreggan is highlighted in a new heritage trail leaflet launched this month.

Houses, churches, shops and hotels feature in a leaflet produced by the Rosneath Peninsula West Community Development Trust.

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 29 September 2015 16:33 )

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