From Glenashdale Falls to Whiting Bay
Glenashdale Falls was in full flood on Friday November 7 2014 afternoon. Always an impressive sight, the falls were looking particularly spectacular after very heavy rain on the Thursday and Friday morning.
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The young members of Arran Youth Foundations are hoping their latest video will go ‘viral’ – and Arran High School could attract new teachers to the island as a result.
The short film, created by the youth group’s film-making club, takes a cheeky look at life at the school from the pupils’ perspective and also features a series of positive interviews with current teachers.
The idea behind the clip is to promote the island to prospective teachers who may be considering a move to Arran.
Read more about it in the Arran Banner edition of January 25 2014, also available on line at www.arranbanner.co.uk/digital
A wee taster of the many delights about Arran: views and Lochranza Castle.
Supplies on Troon lifeboat
The all-weather lifeboat at Troon was asked to deliver supplies, including food and blankets, to Lochranza which was cut off from the rest of the island after eight-metre snow drifts on the roads and fallen power lines left the islanders without power or the means to get supplies. Continue reading RNLI on board in effort to help Lochranza
A large number of visitors got off the Waverley paddle steamship on Sunday August 19 2012 as the last ocean-going paddle steamer stopped off during one of its scheduled visits to the island.
The replica Viking ship is set on fire on Saturday night. 02_b33cor01
Arran was invaded by a marauding band of Vikings on August 11-12 2012. Continue reading Viking fun and fireworks at Corrie Uphellya
Some of the action from the Haulage Cup final 2012 at Ormidale Park, Brodick, Arran. Southend took on new-comers Bay FC and won 2-0.