I visited Glenfruin School House last week. It is currently for sale. The artist, Gregor Ian Smith, was it’s last lived occupant.
How would you share what matters to you about your closest friend ? If your best friend was represented as Figure I., and in a Text book, what would you … Continue reading EPHEMERON [Fig. I]
Malcolm Allan of Coneyhill, Bridge of Allan.
Stirling Observer, Wednesday, 21st October 2020:
Sian shared this delightful account of a family trip to the cinema to watch ‘SCHEMERS’. It originally featured in the Scotsman, 17 October 2020
As reported in the Scotsman, 20 October 2020: Along with this Editorial:
Last week I wandered around Faslane cemetery: This post is dedicated to all those who lost their life in the accidental sinking of HMS K13, a steam-propelled submarine, on the … Continue reading In the language of Angels
In Faslane Cemetery, just by the gate, is this tombstone: It was erected by the widow of John Reeve who died of Cholera on board of the Crew Ship Columbo … Continue reading The Crew Ship COLUMBO
This short film is based on some of the posters made, over many years, by students of The Glasgow School of Art. Music: Talk, Talk, Talk – by C. Duncan
The Letters of John Cockburn of Ormistoun to His Gardener, 1727-1744, can be read in full here.
Malcolm Allan, the Owl Man, died in his home, Coneyhill House, Bridge of Allan, 2nd October 2020. He will be most sadly missed, and without him, the village will never … Continue reading The Owl Man