of the pavement on the south side of the bridge is to be taken away to
roadway over the bridge a little wider.
12 year old Isla
McDonald, the folk singer and traditional ballad singer who was interviewed on the BBC
television programme, 'Talk of the North', ballad, 'The Barin o' Brachley' to illustrate
only one of
an excerpt from the northeast songs that
are being overlooked in the school curriculum.
Buckie new Town Clerk - Mr George M. Sinclair attended
his first full meeting of
Buckie Town Council on Monday night.
He had already attended a number of committee been impressed at how well they had all bee
Sounds like the name of a new band - The Foggerty Five. They are to be playing in
the Two Red shoes
They were too young -
When the Phantoms the dance group from Buckie played at a
gig in Nairn on October it was found that three of the band members were too young to
be playing for money. The result was that were charged with the offence.
the promoter and
the father of the boys
The promoter, Mr Albert Bonici was fined £2 while the fathers, Mr Emil Wojcik, Mr Daniel Calder and Mr William J. Geddes were admonished.
Rovers' sharpshooter returns -
some time ago
He scored two goals
returned home on his debut.
George 'Doddie' Robertson who left
to join the RAF Buckie Rovers.
Boxing Junior Championships will take place in the St Andrew's Hall on Saturday 3 . Doors open at 6.30 p.m. commence at 7 prompt. Admission 5/- and 3/-. The Buckpool club retained the trophy for amassing the most points.
Shutting up shop -
Gordon Paterson, Cluny Stores, High Street is to close down on
17 April. He wishes to over the 40 years he has
thank all his many been in business.
A change in ownership - Miss Morag Milne is to take over the business of hair stylish at 5 Grant Street , Cullen formerly owned by Mrs Muriel McBoyle.
Seems like the name of a new band - The Mighty Avengers - They can be heard at the Two Red Shoes.
The Phantoms - Albert Bonici has arranged for them to play
in the Public Institute,
Fochabers on Saturday.
Look out for - Ian and the Zodiacs who Cullen.
have been booked to play in the Town Hall,
For sale -
Binview, High Street, Buckie.
This was previously the home of Mr J. L.
McNaughton and was couple of local fishing
Mr Leon Arens was the Atomic
, a Polish gentleman
appointed for season Stewart; Vice President,
Hon President - S. J.
Norman Taylor; Trainer, Danny Fearns;
Committee - George Kay, James Mrs R. Taylor, Mrs Thomson, Mrs
Cowie, Mrs Reid and Mrs Lewis.
Church names changed
It was agreed
that Enzie South should
from now on
should be known simply as the Enzie Church with Enzie North being called Portgordon