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Lomond teacher an institution in hockey

A LONG-SERVING teacher at Helensburgh’s Lomond School is an institution in Scottish womens hockey . . . and still playing at the age of 52.

Last Updated ( Sunday, 25 January 2015 18:31 )

 

MAEE made merry at Christmas

OFFICERS and senior civilian staff with RAF Helensburgh turned a wartime Christmas dinner into a French feast in 1944.

The officers mess for the Marine Aircraft Experimental Establishment was Ardenvohr, the requisitioned home of the then Royal Northern Yacht Club at Rhu.

Last Updated ( Sunday, 25 January 2015 18:32 )

Remembering Fallen of training ships

HOW HARD a life was it aboard the Training Ships Cumberland and Empress which were anchored in the Gareloch from 1869 for 54 years?

Opinions have differed in recent years, with written accounts of the hardships of being a boy living aboard contrasting with positive views from relatives of pupils and staff.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 15 January 2015 19:09 )

Rachel Buchanan MBE: an inspiration

TO THIS day, mention the mentally handicapped in Helensburgh and one name comes to mind.

Rachel Buchanan MBE died on May 25 2008, but she remains the inspiration for all who help the charity now called ENABLE.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 08 January 2015 19:15 )

Colin's lifetime of golf

A HELENSBURGH man has made the extraordinary journey from promising schoolboy golfer to Scottish champion to golf tourism entrepreneur.

It has been success all the way for Colin Dalgleish, son of leading local solicitor Douglas Dalgleish and his May — no mean player herself.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 31 December 2014 17:34 )

Doctor brightened town streets

A BRONZE bust of Dr James Ewing Hunter, MB, CM, FRSGS, JP, stands in the upstairs gallery at Helensburgh Library.

The strongly worked facial features of the bust — presented to the town by his son and daughter David and Margaret — are picked out well by the lighting. But who was Dr Ewing Hunter, and what did he do?

Last Updated ( Monday, 29 December 2014 17:51 )

Mansion had many uses

THE handsome mansion Inverclyde at Cove — origi­nally Hartfield House — had a very colourful history.

Built by architect Campbell Douglas in 1859, it was used for a variety of purposes before being demolished.

Last Updated ( Saturday, 27 December 2014 13:30 )

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First 2015 Open Meeting

St-Peters-Seminary

Michael Gallagher of Glasgow University will discuss 'Reinventing Ruins — stories from Kilmahew and St Peter's Seminary' at Helensburgh Tennis Club on Wednesday January 28 at 7.30pm. Non-members are most welcome.

Winter Talks 2014-15

  • Wednesday September 24 2014 — Peter McCaughey: Establishing Helensburgh's Open Air Museum
  • Wednesday October 29 — AGM at 7pm; Robert Layden: The 9th Battalion of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders in World War One
  • Wednesday November 26 — Ian McKellar: Parkhead and the Garden, Rosneath       

  • Wednesday January 28 2015 — Michael Gallagher: Reinventing Ruins — stories from Kilmahew and St Peter's Seminary
  • Wednesday February 25 — Tam Ward: Recent Discoveries by the North Clyde Archaelogical Society
  • Wednesday March 25 — Michael Davis: Curious Interconnections of the Mansions of Cowal

All meetings are in the upstairs meeting room at Helensburgh Tennis Club, Suffolk Street, at 7.30pm

Charity Number

Scottish Charity
SC024603