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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.

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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. The portrait is dated To help contextualise this painting, through information on its creator, attached is the sad obituary for John Murnoch, as it appeared in the Stirling Observer of Saturday 2nd October

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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.

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Do you want to be a lecturer in further education? Do you want to become a lecturer in further education? If so, this is the qualification you need. As a pre-service student, you may have other teaching experience but wish to gain the TQFE qualification to work in the further education sector. Our course is informed by the latest research and is practice-focused, ensuring you have a high quality learning experience.

We also emphasise peer interaction and critical reflection in our teaching.

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The fashion show and luncheon is their major fundraiser for the year and all the funds raised are given back to support many local needs in the Somerset Hills. For more information, call the event chair, Nancy Tomaszeski at or visit their website at www. Log In. Be Yourself.

The Stirling Observer reports that the latest draft of the Stirling Local Plan is advocating the conversion of the house into a hotel, with chalet.

The market town , surrounded by rich farmland, grew up connecting the royal citadel , the medieval old town with its merchants and tradesmen, [4] the bridge and the port. Located on the River Forth , Stirling is the administrative centre for the Stirling council area , and is traditionally the county town of Stirlingshire. Proverbially it is the strategically important “Gateway to the Highlands”. It has been said that “Stirling, like a huge brooch clasps Highlands and Lowlands together”.

Stirling’s key position as the lowest bridging point of the River Forth before it broadens towards the Firth of Forth made it a focal point [7] for travel north or south. When Stirling was temporarily under Anglo-Saxon sway, according to a 9th-century legend, [9] it was attacked by Danish invaders. The sound of a wolf roused a sentry, however, who alerted his garrison, which forced a Viking retreat.

Even today the wolf appears with a goshawk on the council’s coat of arms along with the recently chosen [14] motto: “Steadfast as the Rock”. Once the capital of Scotland, Stirling is visually dominated by Stirling Castle. He was later also crowned King of England and Ireland on 25 July , bringing closer the countries of the United Kingdom.

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The commissions and elements from the onsite exhibition are archived at WFMU. Fourth Wall , a new site specific wide screen movie, reflects upon the illusion of separateness. Through the viewing, cutting and editing of hundreds of pre-existing movies, Vicki searches for multiple and parallel narratives and collages these together to create a flowing stream of consciousness, attempting to breakdown this wall and reveal what she perceives as a greater reality and oneness beyond relativity.

The result is a chorus of people looking beyond themselves for their perfect mirror, calling from thousands of isolated portals, bonded by their almost identical searches, questions and intentions creating an aura of interconnectivity. The goal of the project is to support invited artists through professional stipends, materials and fabrication budgets, workspace, access to equipment and technical support, public presentations of their work in solo exhibitions, site-specific installations, screenings, and concerts, and interaction with local artists and communities through collaboration, lectures, master classes, workshops, and in-school residencies.

We have set up a People Like Us Patreon account. Become a Patron! We are trying to move as much of our shop as we can over to bandcamp — which not only sells digital but also merchandise CDs, records, cassettes. Review of private preview of Gone, Gone Beyond at Goldsmiths, London: Privileged to attend an absolutely marvellous event at Goldsmiths College, a unique piece of immersive degree cinema put together principally by People Like Us aka Vicki Bennett.

But the audio and imagery builds layer upon layer to a meaningful, psychedelic cacophony, layer upon layer of the familiar; MOR, The Beatles, Kraftwerk and much, much more over an elaborate, kaleidoscopic sensurround collage of footage featuring the likes of Orson Welles, Cary Grant, Charlie Chaplin, Sean Connery, Audrey Hepburn, as well as dancers, dervish sequences and set pieces from avant garde-inspired Hollywood design.

And it deserves to be seen by everyone. The soundtrack is performed live, made up from hundreds of preexisting songs, as well as particular sounds from the original film clips. Like an epic film only with highs, never letting the listener down or letting him doubt the power of pop. Even, of course, when the coordinates are twisted, mixed, over or underrepresented.

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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. Recently The Jazz Pack have been encouraging our talented patrons to get involved and we are delighted to reveal that we have found two star turns within the ranks of our Jazz cognoscenti! Hi pub and beer lovers. See you soon. Delighted to say that from Monday 6th July our two beer gardens will be open every day from 12 noon till 6pm Sunday — Thursday and open till 10pm Fridays and Saturdays Come on down for a pint of cask A Bridge Too Far!

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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.

Lawmakers grilled prison officials about the release date mistake Wednesday in the third meeting the Legislative Audit Council Stirling and Patterson called the mistake “human error. the state. News & Observer file photo.

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.

One of the first was ‘The heads of severall proceedings in the present Parliament’ shelfmark: F. It was not merely a reprint of London papers, but contained domestic news such as reports of parliamentary debates, as well as reports from abroad. Newspapers became more established during the early 18th century and Edinburgh was the main centre for their production and consumption. Two of the most enduring titles date from this period were the ‘Caledonian Mercury’, published three times a week from to , and the ‘Edinburgh Evening Courant’, to There was also the ‘Edinburgh Advertiser’ and the short-lived ‘Edinburgh Chronicle’ In Glasgow, the ‘Herald’s’ predecessor, the ‘Glasgow Advertiser’, first hit the streets in , while ‘Aberdeen’s Journal’, the antecedent of today’s ‘Press and Journal’, was first published in The Library’s holdings for these early titles are comprehensive, though by no means complete.

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Edinburgh Gazette on 26th October and the Stirling Observer on 23rd October The end date for representations is therefore 29 February

He said he tendered his resignation some time ago, but added: “The Holy Father has now decided that my resignation will take effect today. For any failures, I apologise to all whom I have offended. The date was brought forward with immediate effect one day after allegations emerged in The Observer newspaper from three priests and a former priest.

They complained to the Vatican about behaviour towards them going back about 30 years, according to the report. Cardinal O’Brien said: “I thank Pope Benedict XVI for his kindness and courtesy to me and, on my own behalf and on behalf of the people of Scotland, I wish him a long and happy retirement. I also ask God’s blessing on my brother Cardinals who will soon gather in Rome to elect his successor.

May God who has blessed me so often in my ministry continue to bless and help me in the years which remain for me on Earth and may he shower his blessings on all the peoples of Scotland, especially those I was privileged to serve in a special way in the Archdiocese of Saint Andrews and Edinburgh. Reproduce freely with attribution.

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