Arran Banner 20 Years Ago – week 29, 2022

Border Biofuels campaigners met with MSP David McLetchie to discuss the controversial proposal for a biofuel depot on Arran. Also pictured are prospective MSP Peter Ramsay and North Ayrshire Council councillor Richard Wilkinson. 01_B29TYAB06

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Saturday July 20, 2002

 

Salmon farm manager George Nicholson beside Marine Harvest’s new automated feeding system in Lamlash Bay. 01_B29TYAB01


Pipers, drummers, Cub Scouts and Arran Dancers lead the parade to the green during the annual Lamlash Gala Week. 01_B29TYAB02

Artists He Kun, Zhang Xiao Chun, Mali and Wei Qi Cong with Edward O’Donnelly, Kath MacNeish and Ramesh Lele during the Chinese printmakers’ workshop at Brodick Castle. 01_B29TYAB03

Janie McLaren and her husband Billy have bought the Kingsley Hotel which was previously run for 58 years by the Duncan family. 01_B29TYAB04

Rod Acuna with Richard O Brien, son Ryan and son-in-law Jonathan. The family, including Rod’s wife Ann, have taken over the Kildonan Hotel and have already made improvements to the hotel. 01_B29TYAB05


Border Biofuels campaigners met with MSP David McLetchie to discuss the controversial proposal for a biofuel depot on Arran. Also pictured are prospective MSP Peter Ramsay and North Ayrshire Council councillor Richard Wilkinson. 01_B29TYAB06