Arran Banner 20 Years Ago – week 27, 2022

Donald McKelvie, Murray Boal and Charles Weir whizz past the Lagg shop on the Blue Shark at the Southend bogie race.

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Saturday July 6, 2002

 

Donald McKelvie, Murray Boal and Charles Weir whizz past the Lagg shop on the Blue Shark at the Southend bogie race. 01_B27ABTYACS01


Kilmory Primary pupils said goodbye to retiring island music teacher Moira Starks who helped them with their concert which was Moira’s last school event after 30 years of teaching. 01_B27ABTYACS02

Winners of special awards and trophies at Arran High School’s prizegiving ceremony. 01_B27ABTYACS03

Nine Arran High School pupils, who formed a company marketing mouse pads for the Young Enterprise Scotland initiative, with advisers Derek Shand, Jim Williamson, Walter Smith and Doreen Smith. 01_B27ABTYACS04

A large number of boys and girls attended the Scottish Rugby Union rugby coaching event at Ormidale Park. 01_B27ABTYACS05


Brodick’s Hope Cup winning team, left to right, Stevie Bunyan, Alastair Dobson, Jamie Duncan, Calum MacFadzean and non-playing captain Iain MacDonald. 01_B27ABTYACS06