Arran Banner 20 Years Ago – week 16, 2022

Arran representatives of Am Forum, a new North Ayrshire Gaelic forum, are Wilma Morton, John Roberts, Lorraine MacDonald, Robin Whitla, Ann Lorn Gillies, Mairi MacInnes and Maggie MacInnes.

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Saturday April 20, 2002

Nicola Currie and an anglo nubian goat kid from the Bellevue Farm herd which will supply milk for Bellevue cheeses. 01_B16ABTYAT01

Liz Kennedy was interviewed by Louise Batchelor and cameraman Andy Evans from the BBC. The television crew was reporting on the proposal to build a diesel and wood fired power station on Arran. 01_B16ABTYAT02


Samantha Boorer, pictured at home with her pet snake Mortimer, will be combining her love of Kilmory and the use of her Russian speaking skills to start a new business. Run from home, the business will provide Russians with insurance advice to help make sure they comply with legislation. 01_B16ABTYAT03

Mums and toddlers at the Brodick baby and toddler group held in Brodick Church hall. 01_B16ABTYAT04

Junior reserve Hollie Adamson on Scirocco at the final Winter Points of the season at Cairnhouse. 01_B16ABTYAT05

Arran representatives of Am Forum, a new North Ayrshire Gaelic forum, are Wilma Morton, John Roberts, Lorraine MacDonald, Robin Whitla, Ann Lorn Gillies, Mairi MacInnes and Maggie MacInnes. 01_B16ABTYAT06