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Loyal lieges of the Southend congregate on Butter Hill to fly the Union flag in celebration of the Queen’s golden jubilee.

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Saturday June 8, 2002

Loyal lieges of the south end congregate on Butter Hill to fly the Union flag in celebration of the Queen’s golden jubilee. 01_B23ABTYAX01

This year’s offering by Arran Music and Dance Club was Anything Goes and the Cole Porter musical played to full houses in Brodick Hall. 01_B23ABTYAX02


Enjoying a meal at Auchrannie to celebrate the successful completion of a course are Arran’s pre-five teachers. Sitting in the front are instructors Claire Warden and Karin Fall. Pictured with them are Jackie Colwell, Sheila Gilmore, Karen Leese, Tina Lawson, Maggie Dawson, Shona Hamilton and Rosemary McLune. 01_B23ABTYAX03

Arran Open scratch winner Jamie Duncan with captain Iain Sillars and net winner David Tolmie. 01_B23ABTYAX04

Lamlash Golf Club lady captain Liz Paul presents the Josie Sanderson crystal bowl to Jenny Pattenden of Corrie. 01_B23ABTYAX05

Classic vehicles on show at Arran Heritage Museum thanks to the East Ayrshire Vintage and Classic Association’s 20th visit to Arran. 01_B23ABTYAX06