Arran Banner 20 Years Ago – week 31, 2022

Motherwell Football Club spent a day on Arran relaxing before the start of the new season. They visited with manager, former England captain Terry Butcher. 01_B31ABTYACS04

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Saturday August 3, 2002

 

A Japanese distillery owner and 20 members of the Japanese whisky press visited Lochranza Distillery this week. Mr Taketsuru, second left, owns a distillery on Hokkaido island. 01_B31ABTYACS01


The fraternity of the Burnsiders, an innovative gallery space on Auchrannie road called The Burnside, are: Ramesh Lele; Janet Inglis; John Connolly; Tim Pomeroy; Josephine Broekhuizen; galley proprietor Mhairi Smeir; guest Richard Demarco; Jim Gorman; Audrey Thomson; Alison Bell and Nicky Gill. 01_B31ABTYACS02

Some fiddlers at the Feis with John Roberts who is presenting cheques from the Co-op dividend fund to Mairi MacInnes. The money will be used for new fiddles. 01_B31ABTYACS03

Motherwell Football Club spent a day on Arran relaxing before the start of the new season. They visited with manager, former England captain Terry Butcher. 01_B31ABTYACS04

Shiskine Ladies open scratch winners Christine Maxton and Carole Arthur with Jerry Arthur and Lilian Tod. Front: Nicola and Katy Brown. 01_B31ABTYACS05


Whiting Bay Ladies open champion Kirsteen Norten with the other winners. 01_B31ABTYACS06