In February 1937, as part of a heavy-arm company, James Maley participated in the battle of Jarama, who recalled how a bleed escaped with great luck.
by Roger Hargreaves
The story of one family’s strength, determination and escape from slavery will be brought to life at a talk to celebrate the remarkable life of American activist Fredrick Douglass. Residents are invited to join authors Celeste-Marie Bernier and Andrew Taylor, of If I Survive: Frederick Douglass and Family in the Walter O. Evans Collection at Dumbarton Library on Tuesday, 4 June at 7.00 pm.
A special event highlighting the excellent care and support available to adults with learning disabilities in West Dunbartonshire has been held to mark National Learning Disability Week.
Two hundred old folk tell Council where to stick community alarm bells Cllrs Iain McLaren and Marie McNair. By Bill Heaney The bells are ringing
The Veterans’ charity Erskine is proud and delighted to announce that Deputy Director of Care, Pauline McIntyre has been honoured with a prestigious Royal College of Nursing Award of Merit. Pauline’s exceptional contribution in her role as Erskine’s RCN Steward was recognised at the opening ceremony of the 2019 RCN Congress in Liverpool.