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2015 ... AT 578m/1,897ft, the highest point in the Campsie Fells, Earl's Seat lies
on the border between. Stirling and East Dunbartonshire council areas. It is a
Marilyn ( hills of any height, but with a drop of at least 150m all round) and allied
to its ...
Walk of the week: Earl's Seat - The Scotsman
14 Nov 2015 ... AT 578m/1,897ft, the highest point in the Campsie Fells, Earl's Seat lies on the
border between Stirling and East Dunbartonshire council areas. It is a Marilyn (
hills of any height, but with a drop of at least 150m all round) and allied to its
position at the western end of the Fells, that relative height and drop ...
Search - The Scotsman Walk of the week: Earl's Seat - The Scotsman 14 Nov 2015 ... AT 578m/1,897ft,
the highest point in the Campsie Fells, Earl's Seat lies on the border between
Stirling and East Dunbartonshire council areas. It is a Marilyn ( hills of any height,
but with a drop of at least 150m all round) and allied to its position at the western
end ...
Woman dies week after house blaze - The Scotsman 22 Feb 2010 ... A WOMAN has died in hospital a week after a fire at her home. Aileen Lindsay,
51, had been in Glasgow Royal Infirmary suffering from burns and smoke
inhalation since the blaze in Lynn Walk, Balloch, Dunbartonshire, which broke
out just after midnight on 14 February.
Task force launched after cycle routes axed - The Scotsman
2 Nov 2016 ... An extension of the Bears Way segregated cycle route between Milngavie and
Glasgow has been scrapped by East Dunbartonshire Council. ... "That is why I
am establishing this task force to look at how we can tackle the practical barriers
to delivery of ambitious cycling and walking projects in Scotland.
Woman dies in hospital a week after rescue from house fire - The ... 22 Feb 2010 ... Five of her family members were also in the house on Lynn Walk in Balloch, West
Dunbartonshire, when the blaze broke out shortly after midnight. They were her
22-year-old son, 28-year-old daughter, 30-year-old son-in-law and their two
children aged three and seven, who all got out of the house safely.
Walk of the week: Balloch Castle Country Park, Loch Lomond - The ... 7 Aug 2009 ... THIS is a great walk for a family day out. Take a picnic, stroll along the shores of
Loch Lomond, then stretch out in wonderful parkland and enjoy the view. If the
tranquil waters, wooded banks and even a fairy glen fail to satisfy your offspring,
there is a playground with a snack bar in an old boathouse nearby.
In Full: The Local Election Count results - The Scotsman
5 May 2017 ... WITH Labour losing control of Glasgow council for the first time since 1980, the
SNP returning the most councillors and the Conservatives making sweeping
gains across the country it has been a very intriguing election for a number of
reasons. To get a better understanding of how the vote took shape in ...
Dani Garavelli: Orange flare-up - The Scotsman 10 Jun 2012 ... LABOUR'S offer to review policy on parades has been attacked as a cynical ploy
to win votes and has pitched the issue back to the top of political debate. It was
the moment the police officer had been dreading. As the Orange Order parade
passed by the Catholic church, the band struck up, The Sash My ...
Police identify torso found in river as missing teenager - The Scotsman 11 May 2002 ... Ms Anderson, from Alexandria, Dunbartonshire, was reported missing by friends
a week ago, although she was seen on Sunday. ... Police also confirmed that the
girl died no more than 48 hours before her body was discovered by a woman
walking her dog along the riverbank. Police divers are expected to ...
Time-travelling hiker is walking 5,000 years of history - The Scotsman
15 Aug 2017 ... Jane at the Iron Age Fort, Bar Hill, East Dunbartonshire. Picture: Supplied. READ
MORE: Free guides to help walkers navigate Lomond & the Trossachs. Jane said
: “It's been fantastic walking through Scotland and the islands. Not only is there so
much Neolithic history, it's strikingly scenic and wild.”.
Plans for canal to connect Clyde and Loch Lomond - The Scotsman
28 Apr 2013 ... The £70 million canal would run from Dumbarton harbour to the River Leven
barrage at Balloch and link the sailing areas of the Clyde estuary with the loch for
the first time. The new route would make it possible to sail from Edinburgh to the
northern tip of Loch Lomond and would significantly boost tourism ...
Scots schools to be hit by strike in 'cutbacks' dispute - The Scotsman 12 Jan 2016 ... Scottish schools will be hit by strike action today as teachers walk out in a dispute
over plans to axe deputy heads and department principal posts. Secondaries in
West Dunbartonshire will be closed to pupils in a dispute over the controversial
restructuring plans amid fears they will add to the “severe” ...
Obituary: Dennis O'Hare, drilling consultant to oil and gas industry ... 26 Nov 2010 ... Dennis O'Hare, drilling consultant to oil and gas industry. Born: 12 January, 1953,
in Renton, West Dunbartonshire. Died: 19 November, 2010, in Malta, aged 57.
Dennis O'Hare's untimely death in a diving accident off Malta a week ago has
robbed his family of a wonderful husband, father, brother and son, ...
Alex Massie: Streets apart in referendum debate - The Scotsman 8 Jun 2014 ... Alex Massie takes a walk from a leafy suburb to a deprived estate and discovers
why both Yes and No are struggling to present coherent visions. ... Alex Massie,
pictured during his walk from Lenzie to Shettleston. Picture: John Devlin ... But
there are journeys that can be made, and I made one last week.
Scots towns named as best places to raise family in UK - The ... 18 Apr 2007 ... HALF an hour from the banks of Loch Lomond and yet only a short train journey
from Glasgow city centre, the towns of East Dunbartonshire were yesterday
named the best places in Britain to bring up a family. ... "I am also very happy
there is a good primary school within walking distance." Allan McIntyre ...
Message in a bottle - The Scotsman 29 Jan 2006 ... Near her office in Clydebank, West Dunbartonshire, a strip of dingy parkland
bears the scars of the area's teenage binge-drinking problem. Empty lager cans,
plastic cider bottles and broken glass have turned the popular dog-walking area
into waste ground. Charred patches of grass mark the fires lit by ...
Family's tears as crash student is laid to rest - The Scotsman 29 Dec 2010 ... Mourners will include her parents Aileen and Alan, and her brother Ruairi, who
are from Lennoxtown, East Dunbartonshire. They were too upset to attend
yesterday's service although Laura's family plan to attend today. The two students
were walking in North Hanover Street in Glasgow when a Range ...
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