Local news and events including the visit by Community of the Year Award judges, the PC awarded the Business Centre, the bottle banks, the first Farmers` Market held at the Rural Centre, a summary of a Draft Marketing Framework for Tiree and news from the RSPB, Tiree Art Enterprises and the school.
Audio cassette recording of Neil MacLean talking to John Holliday.
Neil MacLean of Kenovay talks to Dr John Holliday in 1998 about his family, leaving school and working on his father’s croft then at Brown & Sons in Balemartine, working on the mainland and returning to Tiree as Co-op manager, managing the newly set-up Knitwear Factory at Kirkapol Free Church, the success and problems of running the business, the end product, and the new factory built at Crossapol which finally closed in 1982.
Colour photograph of the audience at Rosie Kelso`s fashion show on 8/2/2002.
The audience at the fashion show held in Unit 3, Crossapol, on 8/2/2002. L-R: (front row) Mary Davies, Crossapol; Peggy Cameron, Crossapol; Dorothy Campbell, Balephetrish; Vivien Johnson, Heanish; May Ann MacDonald, Heanish; (second row) John Holliday, Baugh; Anne Milne, Scarinish; Pat Campbell, Balephetrish; Josie Brown, Cornaigbeg.
Colour photograph of Rosie Kelso`s fashion show on 8/2/2002.
Fashion show held in Unit 3, Crossapol, on 8/2/2002. L-R: (on stage) Myra Walker, Crossapol; Rosie Kelso, Hynish; Emma Ryan,Hynish (front) Elaine Cameron, Crossapol; Myra Brown, Balephuil; Kate Brown (nurse)