Local news: message in a bottle, Crossapol; RSPB information; interview with Steve Thomson, Balinoe; release of CD of traditional Gaelic songs; Tales from the Stackyard – The Library, 1911; Lochgilphead School in Arctic; sheep tagging, Argyll Estates` fishing rules; livestock sale results; Tiree Community Trust news; SWRI meeting; bale-wrap recycling.
Local news including Highland Show success for Ruaig and Heylipol farms; interview with Gordon Connell, Crossapol; MBE for CalMac`s Eric Ruthven; forthcoming Feis Thiriodh; RSPB information; `Gaelic Onboard` sessions on CalMac ferries; primary 6/7 school trip to central Scotland; Ena Kerr – new president of the Tiree Association; merit prize awarded to Eoghann M MacLean, Tiree High School; Tiree Agricultural Show home industries schedule.
Local news: forthcoming Tiree Wave Classic windsurfing competition; road rage; communications masts on Ben Hough; lamb sale results; restricted access to Tiree`s beaches; forthcoming celebration of renovation of Kilkenneth Chapel and Temple Patrick; new elders for Tiree Parish Church; ferry timetable improvements; Tiree Community Trust news.
Local news: stained-glass window of Gott Bay for Glasgow Royal Infirmary Chapel; road rage; beach access; BBC Alba Gaelic channel for Sky TV; SWRI meeting; interview with Angus Munn; CalMac QE2 Clyde cruises; healthy eating week at Tiree High School; community turbine news; new website for Gaelic teachers; school news; An Iodhlann news; lamb sale results.
Local news: Christmas parties; interview with Santa Claus; An Talla news; Christmas message from the Provost of A&B Council; primary children visit the Post Office; sheep scab alert; Skerryvore winter tour; RSPB information; SWRI Christmas party and Commemorative Bench.
Black & white photograph of a small girl bottle-feeding lambs around 1950. Possibly from the MacNeil / Kennedy family of Balevullin/Balephuil. From a collection of photographs from the house of Ellen Kennedy (nee Eilidh MacNeil), Balevullin.
Photograph of two girls playing with a pet lamb at Crossapol Farm in 1953
Black & white photograph of sisters Catherine Macmillan and Elizabeth Macmillan, Clydebank, petting a tame lamb at the Paterson`s house at Crossapol Farm in 1953. They were visiting with their father, Willie Macmillan, who was installing water pipes. The new pipes can are visible in the background. Macmillan and Paterson Ltd were a plumbing business in Clydebank. (original stored in filing cabinet 10 drawer 1)
Photograph of a small girl feeding a pet lamb in 1953
Black & white photograph of Elizabeth Macmillan, Clydebank, feeding a pet lamb from a bottle at Crossapol Farm in 1953, with the old mart in the background. She was visiting with her father, Willie Macmillan, who was installing water pipes. Macmillan and Paterson Ltd were a plumbing business in Clydebank. (original stored in filing cabinet 10 drawer 1)