Black and white photograph of a sack race in the 1930s.
Sack race in the 1930s. L-R: unknown; Archie MacDonald, Cornaigbeg (see J17); Lachie Cameron, Balevullin; Duncan Maclean, Balevullin (vet); John MacArthur, Balinoe (later sea captain)
Photocopied newspaper article about a Tiree Golf Club Dinner Dance.
Account of the 3rd annual dinner dance of the Vaul Golf Club with guest speaker Mr R G Wilson, president of Dunbartonshire Golf Union. List of tropy and prizewinners. (Original Oban Times in Filing Cabinet 4, drawer 4)
Newspaper cutting about the opening of Vaul Golf Club House in 1968.
Opening of the new club hut by Mr Hugh Cameron, Honorary president of the Tiree Association.
Newspaper cutting `Tiree sailing event backed by £20,000`.
Resurrection of the Tiree Wave Classic after receiving funding of £20,000 from visitscotland.
Vaul Golf Club newsletter, February 2002.
Membership fees, local rules, clubhouse and security, course etiquette, visitors, Scottish Golf Union, the committee, competitions and the captain`s report.
Double spread feature about Tiree in the newspaper West Highland Star, 1997
Copy of the West Highland Star containing a feature about Tiree on pages 16 & 17. Includes articles about: (1) plans for a resource centre in Crosspol operated by Argyll & Bute Council Social Work Department which incorporate the local Forum for Disabilty and a youth café, with photograph of Primary 1 English and Gaelic units, (2) corncrake conservation and Dr Clive MacKay funded by RSPB and Scottish Natural Heritage, with photograph of Dr MacKay, (3) island gets ready for the longest running windsurfing event in the world, the Tiree Wave Classic, with photograph of Scarinish harbour, (4) young chess champion Daniel MacGowan chosen to represent Scotland in the European Youth Championship`s Under-12 section in Estonia, with photograph.
Photocopy of newspaper article about Tiree Association games and concert
Description of annual games held Cornaig School with prize list and of concert in crossapol Hall.