The sad news that Tony fell to his death from a hotel balcony while on holiday with his friends has had a profound impact on all those that knew him and especially his teammates who played football with him.
The messages were from work colleagues and Coastguard rescue teams from all across Scotland and England, demonstrating the strong ‘family bond’ and camaraderie among the teams.
According to figures released by Public Health Scotland earlier this month, 46 per cent of those still waiting to be seen at the end of June had been doing so for 53 weeks or longer in Ayrshire and Arran.
The pot-holed road which has deep gouges and rim-destroying depressions has been prioritised as the last in line in the Arran Roadworks Programme’s Order of Works released by North Ayrshire Council.
The message comes from NHS Ayrshire and Arran and applies to all emergency departments in the region where hospital services remain under pressure from the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Victor was a member of the founding group of people who paid £100 in 1980 to provide a fund for the establishment of a club in Blackwaterfoot.
Some of the 48,834 fish which Mowi have confirmed to have escaped after the farm became detached from its sea bed anchors have been washed ashore at beaches on Arran and Carradale and some have already been caught by anglers in rivers across Loch Lomond, Ayrshire, Clyde and Argyll.
This Scotland-wide project seeks to get a fuller understanding of parent and carer’s experience when a sick child requires a short admission to hospital. The research team is keen to hear the experiences of parents and carers in Ayrshire and Arran.
The Phoenix Cup has been held on 25 occasions in six countries and has involved over 745 golfers with disabilities from 18 nations.
Arran Junior Triathlon Club (AJTC) – a club big on team spirit, strength and success – is inviting all young people interested in the sport to come and give various triathlon activities a go at their Come and Tri! event on Sunday September 13.
The generous donation means that each pupil and member of staff has been provided with one free buff and 100 remain for purchasing at the cost of £5 each through Parent Pay.
The first episode of the Captain Bobo series will be broadcast at 3.30pm on Thursday September 24 at Arransound.com with a new episode every week until Thursday November 26.
Nan McMurdo died on July 12, after a long and debilitating illness which had confined her to a wheelchair for the last 40 years. Nan was born and bred in the Ayrshire village of New Cumnock and later moved to neighbouring Cumnock, where she and husband Ian raised their family.