The Rev Ian Miller. This was taken in the former Bonhill South Church. Back Row is Alistair Cameron, Digger Driver from Union Street, Freddie Kennedy, demolisher and scrapman, from Bonhill, Eddie McMurray, builder, and me… with hair! I have a a feeling that this could be the late 70s.
Photographs by Karen Hood
Cabinet Secretary Jeanne Freeman, third left, meets Jackie Baillie MSP, the Rev Ian Miller, Jim Moohan, Mick Mulkern, Mick Conroy, Barbara Barnes and other members of the hospital monitoring groups. By Democrat reporter Dumbarton and Lomond MSP, Jackie Baillie, joined Jeane Freeman MSP, the Cabinet Secretary for Health and Sport, on a visit to the … More HOSPITAL MONITORING GROUPS MEET HEALTH SECRETERY
The MUSICALS season ends at 1.30pm on Wednesday 26th June in the Concord Centre, Dumbarton, with the screening of THE HARVEY GIRLS (1946) starring Judy Garland, Ray Bolger and John Hodiak. Non members admitted for £3 where seats available to include tea and cake after the film. Membership for next season, September till January is available … More CONCORD COMMUNITY CINEMA
Police Scotland is appealing for information after a 24 year-old man was attacked in Clydebank on Monday 17 June 2019. Around 9.45am on Monday morning, the 24 year-old man was attacked by three men on Beardmore Street in Clydebank and sustained cuts to his head. He was taken to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow … More POLICE HUNT AFTER CLYDEBANK ATTACK
Dates agreed for school holidays 2020 – 2023 Argyll and Bute Council’s Community Services Committee has agreed the school holiday dates for 2020-2023. The dates were proposed following consultation with schools and parent councils during 2018. They were then agreed by the Head Teacher Advisory Group, the Local Negotiating Committee for Teachers (LNCT) and the … More SCHOOL HOLIDAY DATES FOR ARGYLL & BUTE
Boorish behaviour can lead to being locked out of your house and jailed Scotland’s Justice MInister Hamza Yousaf backs zero tolerance here. By Bill Heaney When does a row between a co-habiting couple escalate in the eyes of the law to become domestic abuse, which is a crime. Many people are asking if boorish behaviour, … More DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
* Read this and weep for the fragile flower that is democracy. For Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park Authority, it is possible here to substitute West Dunbartonshire Council too often for it to be a coincidence. Does Nicola Sturgeon, the First Minister, realise what is being done in the the name of the Scottish … More DEMOCRACY IN DANGER OF DISAPPEARING IN DUNBARTONSHIRE