Black and white photograph of the Youth Club in 1950.
Youth Club, 1950. L-R: Mary MacKinnon, Parkhouse; Jean Stevenson; Margaret MacDonald; Cathie MacDonald; Mona MacDonald; Angus MacLean.
Audio cassette recording of Angus MacLean, Scarinish, interviewed by Maggie Campbell in 2000.
Angus MacLean talks to Maggie Campbell about the crofts in Caoles going back to the 18th century, blacksmiths, boat-builders, stone masons and tailors, the mill in Caoles, standing stones and the stories and legends associated with them, the school and the many bards who came from there including Bard Thighearna Cholla.
Audio cassette recording of Angus MacLean interviewed by Maggie Campbell in Scarinish on 20/11/01.
Angus MacLean of Scarinish talks to Maggie Campbell in November 2001 about his time in the fire service after the RAF left, the first fire leader Neil Gunn from Heanish and his team, the Western Area Fire Service in the 1950s, using a Hathaway pump, the fire box at Taigh na Beairt in Scarinish, the new fire station beside the hotel, the first fire tender in 1970, the better equipment under Strathclyde Fire Brigade, several fires including two fatal ones and the improvements in the service.