Arran Banner 20 Years Ago, week 44, 2021

Want to read more?

We value our content and our journalists, so to get full access to all your local news updated 7-days-a-week – PLUS an e-edition of the Arran Banner – subscribe today for as little as 48 pence per week.

Already a subscriber?

 

Problems logging in and require
technical support? Click here
Subscribe Now

Saturday 27th October 2001

The family of Russell and Jan Duncan of Brodick at the wedding of their elder daughter Julie to Peter Lalor of Wisconson, USA, last Saturday. 01_B44ABTYA01

Pupils at Corrie Primary School present Mrs Angie Fisher with flowers on her leaving the post of head teacher. Mrs Fisher has now taken up the post of head teacher at Brodick following the departure of Miss Muriel Argo. 01_B44ABTYA02


At a public advice and accident prevention training session at Lamlash Fire Station, coastguard leader David Shaw teaches Brodick children how to rescue a drowning man from the water. 01_B44ABTYA03

A group of volunteers who took part in a marine safety exercise onboard the Caledonian Isles. 01_B44ABTYA04

North Ayrshire Council environmental health officer Derek Murdoch and Hugh McGee inspect Hawthorn Quarry following noise complaints made by Knockinkelly residents. 01_B44ABTYA05

A two-week inquiry has taken place as part of the search for a site for Arran Outdoor Education Resource Centre. Participants visited the saltmarsh site overlooking Holy Isle where the slipway may cross. 01_B44ABTYA06