KEEPING BOWLING BEAUTIFUL …

Lesley Ann Scullion says that a New Canal College programme is starting in West Dunbartonshire on January 21. If you are over 16 and looking to learn new skills and earn qualifications get in touch about a 1-week program, learning outdoor and heritage skills. Message or call me on 077849628895 Lesley Ann works with Scottish Waterways Trust and Keep Scotland Beautiful. … More KEEPING BOWLING BEAUTIFUL …

GRACE WILL PAINT HIGH COURT JUDGE, LADY DORRIAN

Grace Payne-Kumar with Lord Justice Clerk, Lady Dorrian. By Bill Heaney Scottish Portrait Awards are proud to announce that  21-year-old Grace Payne-Kumar’s selection for the SPA 2019 exhibition has won her the commission to paint the official portrait of Lady Dorrian. Lady Dorrian is the Lord Justice Clerk, the second most senior judge in Scotland, … More GRACE WILL PAINT HIGH COURT JUDGE, LADY DORRIAN

SEAMUS HEANEY: THE MANY STAGES OF THINKING

This discussion of Heaney’s politics and understanding of place is admirably nuanced, yet never unclear. He does full justice to Heaney’s complex understanding of “locations of writing”, places enlivened by association with literature, and his related understanding of his own home, which situates it in a broad spatial and temporal context. O … More SEAMUS HEANEY: THE MANY STAGES OF THINKING

BOLLOCKS – CHRISTIE GETS A TWO-MATCH BAN

Compliance officer Clare Whyte deemed Christie had “deliberately committed a violent act whereby he struck an opponent in the groin, with excessive force when not challenging for the ball”.

Christie had been handed a notice of complaint after the match officials all confirmed they had not seen the alleged act at the time. … More BOLLOCKS – CHRISTIE GETS A TWO-MATCH BAN