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This discussion is now closed. This portrait has been confirmed as one of Jessie MacGregor — The sitter’s dates have been added to the painting’s title on Art UK, and this change will be visible on the site in due course. Thank you to all for participating in this discussion. To those viewing this discussion for the first time, please see below for all comments that led to this conclusion. Jessie McGregor was born in Alexandria in , the eldest of 5 sisters and one brother. Her father was employed in the local textile industry.
Stirling Launch Night!
But this sacred date also marks 21 years since Brewhouse owner Douglas Ross, who is pictured below in the pages of our local paper the Stirling Observer, with our brewer extraordinaire Adam John Patterson on the very same well almost! Stirling Bridge, launched the brew which was the first bottled beer produced by us in Bridge of Allan. Fast forward 24 hours and our house band The Jazz Pack will bring their monthly fabulous interpretations of trad and art house jazz to the stage, from 4pm — 7pm, in a set that is almost as fluid as a pint of our mythical Czech Pot!
Please come early to ensure a seat.
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Briggs was one of the best-known and best-travelled of the early banjo virtuosos. He was an early visitor to England, in the early s, and probably toured to Northern Europe as well. He joined the Ethiopian Serenaders for its second incarnation in , and stayed with G. Briggs died in California shortly after arriving there for a tour, in the mids. An instructional book for the banjo with his name on it exists. Skip to main content. Briggs, T.
At noon on Saturday 11 th September , years after William Wallace had been triumphant at The Battle of Stirling Bridge, the members of the Town Council of Stirling assembled at the Corn Exchange, and marched in procession to the newly-completed National Wallace Monument. Rochead, the architect who had designed the Monument, and who had watched it take shape over the years since the laying of the foundation stone in The Monument has been proudly telling the story of years — and on Wednesday 11 th September you are invited to visit The Abbey Craig and join the activities which will mark this special occasion.
Normal admission charges are applicable for entering The National Wallace Monument. Restricted parking after pm.
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Researching your Family History can be fascinating. Following the initial work of tracking down ancestors, some of the real fun can be investigating the types of work they did or the community in which they lived. The increased interest in this type of research has resulted in huge amounts of information in print and online. Stirling Libraries can help support your research by giving you access to our collections and assistance where required. For the Burgh of Stirling. For each property, they record the name and designation of the proprietor, the tenant and the annual rateable value.
A collection of maps fo the 19th and 20th centuries including large scale maps for the Stirlingshire area and geological maps. List of monumental inscriptions for Stirlingshire, Clackmannanshire and West Perthshire. Old Kirkyard at Logie in stones survey and images. You can book an assisted search with a Registrar, giving you access to Old Parish Registers, Scotland’s Census records and Civil Partnership records from Registrars can also provide access to birth, death and marriage registration records for the whole of Scotland from You can book a search for one hour or more There is a charge for these services.
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Jump to navigation Skip to Content. Rainfall to date graphs show the amount of rainfall accumulated from the start of the grain growing season and can be used as a tool in the seasonal decision-making process. For example, many of the AWS only began recording data recently, so historical data from the closest Patched Point station is used to create pseudo rainfall deciles. The amount of summer rainfall provides an indication of the amount of stored soil water at the start of the growing season.
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Through a friend of a friend we were asked by a journalist if we would like to be interviewed for a piece in our local paper — The Stirling Observer. It came as a surprise but of course, we jumped at the chance! It was a quick interview, a couple of drafts and within a couple of days there Harry was in the paper. Best time ever in your care! Congratulations on the article and we wish you much success!
This tour is sure to satisfy everyone — Gin, Whisky and Beer! On the tour we visit the McQueen Distillery , who are also no strangers to a feature in the Stirling Observer, Deanston Whisky Distillery and last but not least one of Scotlands smallest breweries The Allanwater Brewhouse. As part of a custom private tour of scotland we took a group round the Trossachs today.
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The Library is the main repository for Scottish newspapers. It acquires through copyright privilege a copy of every newspaper, whether daily or weekly, published in Scotland. For older newspapers the coverage is somewhat uneven. There are considerable gaps in our collections both for national and provincial titles, but the British Library claimed a copy of Scottish newspapers until the early s. The antecedents of newspapers were news-sheets which were small booklets of between two and 16 pages made from a single sheet of paper.
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Last month we had the second talk of winter series Ecclesiastic architecture by Simon Green , which was well attended and very interesting. Sadly, a well respected committee member tendered resignation because of a move of house to another area away from Stirling. Last month we made contact with the deputy headteacher for Stirling High School regarding the Sculpture Adoption Scheme and also the possibility of trying to establish a small civic project for a group of students to identify, and implement an achievable project that would enhance the urban or rural environment.
We are now waiting for a response. In the last month we eventually succeeded in establishing guest speakers for the months of February and March. Simon Green will give a talk on ecclesiastical architecture, ancient and modern, in the Stirling area and Jonathan Louis Forth Rivers Trust will talk on river restoration in and around the Stirling area. Dates and times will be advertised in the Press and other publicity posters, and in this website.
Last month was largely taken up with preparations for the AGM, which was held on 5th November and which, after the business was completed, featured guest speakers from The Guardians of Scotland Trust. This topic was obviously of interest to others in the community, because we had a good turn out on the evening and we had significant questions in the Q and A part of the evening, and the turn out also bolstered our cash position. The past month has seen us establish a very interesting speaker and topic for the evening of the AGM, on 5th November and although the other 2 speakers have not been agreed yet, a further intimation will be made when this is known.
More time has been spent on supporting the Sculpture Placement Group and possible additions to those already advised include The Engine Shed and selected sites of empty high street properties.
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Two of the most enduring titles date from this period were the ‘Caledonian , the ‘Perthshire Advertiser’ in , the ‘Stirling Observer’ in , the ‘Falkirk.
All the latest news, views, sport and pictures from the Stirling area. We bring you the best coverage of local stories and events from the twice weekly Stirling Observer newspaper, plus Stirling-related content from the Daily Record, Sunday Mail and our digital team seven days a week. Contact the Stirling Observer. More historic venues get set to reopen across Scotland Heritage. Gang of thugs batter victim in brutal targeted attack in Stirling garden Police Scotland The year-old victim was seriously assaulted outside a house in the Raploch area.
Families of severely disabled plea for help as respite centres being used as care homes Disability The families say they have been forgotten about and left without lifeline services.