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Header Slides

Today's header slides are of Buachaille Etive Beag & Buachaille Etive Mor as seen from Glen Etive; and the magnificent collection of Pictish stones in the Historic Environment Scotland museum in Meigle, in Perthshire.

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In Focus

Dunollie Castle Dunollie Castle, for centuries an important fortress of the Chiefs of Clan MacDougall, perches on the summit of a 90ft high outcrop of rock above the narrow passage into Oban Bay between the mainland and the island of Kerrera. Anyone sailing into or out of the bay cannot fail to notice it, and be noticed by it. Scotland has a number of castles built in apparently impregnable locations, and Dunollie must certainly be counted amongst them. ( More ...)


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On This Day

20 October 1792: The birth in Glasgow of Field Marshal Colin Campbell, 1st Baron Clyde, a soldier remembered particularly for his service in the Crimean War and the Indian Mutiny.

20 October 1976: The death of the author Elizabeth Jane Cameron, who, writing as Jane Duncan, was best best known for her "Reachfar" series of semi-autobiographical novels.

20 October 2012: A twinning ceremony takes place in Glenelg, complete with a live link to NASA, to celebrate the twinning of the village with Glenelg on Mars.

Featured Book

Book Cover Bloody Orkney by Ken Lussey (29 June 2021). Bloody Orkney is a fast-paced thriller set in Scotland during World War Two. It’s November 1942. Bob Sutherland, Monique Dubois and the Military Intelligence 11 team fly in to review security in Orkney, home to one of the most important and most heavily defended naval anchorages in the world. But an unidentified body has been found. It becomes clear that powerful men have things they’d rather keep hidden and MI11’s arrival threatens the status quo. Then Bob stumbles over a ghost from his past and things get far too personal.
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Scottish Resources

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