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Aboyne
Suburban memories of life in the Granite
Suburban memories of life in the Granite City  Press and Journal
Posted on 21 April 2021 | 12:00 am
Sport and leisure gets green light to reopen
Sport and leisure gets green light to reopen  Press and Journal
Posted on 20 April 2021 | 10:45 pm
James Jones & Sons furthers
James Jones & Sons furthers environmental credentials – Builders Merchants Journal  Builders Merchants Journal
Posted on 20 April 2021 | 3:06 pm
West Lothian cyclist Josh Quigley set for
West Lothian cyclist Josh Quigley set for 2,200-mile World Record bid months after spine fracture  Edinburgh Live
Posted on 20 April 2021 | 8:00 am
Local hospitals to take patients from other
Local hospitals to take patients from other hospitals as COVID-19 patients fill ICUs  Wellington Advertiser
Posted on 20 April 2021 | 7:39 am
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Aboyne
Call for Scottish Government to consider
Call for Scottish Government to consider £200 million north-east rail improvements 'an urgent priority'  Aberdeen Evening Express
Posted on 20 April 2021 | 4:52 am
Crash cyclist Josh Quigley to make Guinness
Crash cyclist Josh Quigley to make Guinness World Record bid  BBC News
Posted on 19 April 2021 | 10:16 pm
Sturgeon set to confirm pubs can reopen next
Sturgeon set to confirm pubs can reopen next week at Covid briefing TODAY...  The Scottish Sun
Posted on 19 April 2021 | 4:05 pm
Sport and leisure facilities in
Sport and leisure facilities in Aberdeenshire to begin phased reopening  Grampian Online
Posted on 19 April 2021 | 9:05 am
Coronavirus Scotland: No Scots Covid deaths
Coronavirus Scotland: No Scots Covid deaths for second day in a row as 232 further cases confirmed...  The Scottish Sun
Posted on 19 April 2021 | 6:16 am
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Aboyne
Furious Celtic fan delivers no nonsense
Furious Celtic fan delivers no nonsense verdict on Odsonne Edouard - Hotline  Daily Record
Posted on 19 April 2021 | 4:09 am
Election 2021: The Conservative's outlook
Election 2021: The Conservative's outlook for Aberdeenshire  Grampian Online
Posted on 18 April 2021 | 3:59 am
Coronavirus Scotland: Scots celebrate end of
Coronavirus Scotland: Scots celebrate end of travel ban by meeting up with friends & family in glorious...  The Scottish Sun
Posted on 16 April 2021 | 1:00 pm
Rugby: Aboyne’s Hollie Davidson selected
Rugby: Aboyne’s Hollie Davidson selected to officiate at Tokyo Olympic Games  Press and Journal
Posted on 16 April 2021 | 7:52 am
Residents back Deeside rail calls as move
Residents back Deeside rail calls as move expected to feature in SNP manifesto  Press and Journal
Posted on 14 April 2021 | 9:24 pm
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Aboyne
Anger as council revamps flood-battered
Anger as council revamps flood-battered bridge – but leaves turnstile that makes wheelchair access ‘impossible’  Press and Journal
Posted on 12 April 2021 | 9:37 pm
North-east farm celebrate launch of its new
North-east farm celebrate launch of its new seasonal pies  Press and Journal
Posted on 12 April 2021 | 12:00 am
Muriel Thomson on titles, teaching and now
Muriel Thomson on titles, teaching and now tutoring  The Scotsman
Posted on 10 April 2021 | 11:02 pm
Lonach Highland Games becomes latest Covid
Lonach Highland Games becomes latest Covid casualty as 2021 event is cancelled  Press and Journal
Posted on 3 April 2021 | 12:00 am
Aboyne Highland Games called off - Deeside
Aboyne Highland Games called off  Deeside Piper
Posted on 1 April 2021 | 12:00 am
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Aboyne
AlastairRedman: RT @AJABurnett: Fantastic to
AlastairRedman: RT @AJABurnett: Fantastic to see Deeside Re-fill find a permanent home right here in Aboyne - we must all play our part in reducing our car…
Posted on 21 April 2021 | 6:34 am
Katstella63: RT @MarkVogan: If correct,
Katstella63: RT @MarkVogan: If correct, t*^ight will mark #Aboyne #Aberdeenshire's 18th c*^secutive night below 0C. Streak likely #*s t*^ight! W*^der w…
Posted on 21 April 2021 | 6:34 am
MarkVogan: With a min of -2.7C, #Aboyne
MarkVogan: With a min of -2.7C, #Aboyne #Aberdeenshire has now observed 19 out of 21 nights below freezing this April with mor… https://t.co/jt9XT5Y8nj
Posted on 21 April 2021 | 6:34 am
Katstella63: RT @MarkVogan: This morning
Katstella63: RT @MarkVogan: This morning marked #Aboyne's 18TH C^#SECUTIVE minimum below 0C. Streak likely #^%#ed this morning. https://t.co/ThkDTf07BO
Posted on 21 April 2021 | 6:34 am
Katstella63: RT @MarkVogan: With a min of
Katstella63: RT @MarkVogan: With a min of -2.7C, #Aboyne #Aberdeenshire has now observed 19 out of 21 nights below freezing this April with more to come…
Posted on 21 April 2021 | 6:34 am
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Aboyne
Resolved Question: Can anyone translate this
The King rode for York in March 1639 to lead the main English army against the Scots in person. With no standing army to call upon, a special levy of 6,000 foot and 1,000 horse was raised, then another 4,000 troops were recruited by mobilising the trained bands of the northern border counties. King Charles also revived the medieval practice of summoning his nobles to attend him in person, each accompanied by a troop of armed horsemen, which caused further resentment amongst the nobility. Although by June the English army was 18,000 strong, it was mostly made up of raw conscripts. The Earl of Arundel, earl-marshal of England and lord-general of the army, had no previous experience of war. His second-in-command, the Earl of Essex, was demoted in favour of one of the Queen's courtiers, the inexperienced Earl of Holland. Veteran soldiers like Sir Jacob Astley, commander of the infantry, despaired at the English army's lack of training and equipment — many of the northern trained bands were armed with bows and arrows. 2- While the King marched north from York, the Marquis of Hamilton's fleet sailed from Yarmouth with 5,000 men, most of whom were completely untrained. Hamilton anchored off Leith in the Firth of Forth early in May 1639 but the Covenanters' control of the region made landing impossible. The Marquis of Huntly's younger son Viscount Aboyne went north with some of Hamilton's ships to occupy Aberdeen and lead the Royalist Gordons early in June. From Aberdeen, Aboyne marched to Stonehaven. He intended to advance further south but was driven back by Covenanter forces on 14 June and took up a defensive position at Brig of Dee which guarded the approach to Aberdeen. Montrose mounted an artillery bombardment of Brig of Dee on 18 June. The Royalists were driven from the town the following day. In mid-May 1639, King Charles issued a proclamation announcing that he would settle all Scottish grievances as soon as order was restored in the kingdom.
Posted on 23 February 2016 | 3:12 am
Open Question: Photo of class 1959 Wykeham
I would like to see the photo of year 1959 in wykeham secondary school located in aboyne road neasden nw10 the headmaster is Mr Temple Cole
Posted on 19 October 2014 | 7:00 am
Resolved Question: Question for everyone who
Hi everyone. I went to Aberdeenshire in a small country called Aboyne, and while I was visiting this country I saw the church (in front of a large rugby's camp) and I observed that there is a strange symbol above the bell tower, that is not a religious symbol. It's the famous "Square and Compass" a masonic logo. What does it mean? a masonic symbol in the bell tower of a cristian church in Scotland? Is this a religious church or a masonic lodge? ps: I'm not from UK, i was visiting Aberdeenshire and I was surprised by this symbol. I forgot to show you the photo of the church: http://www.anguspictures.com/v/tp/214/126/752952490_4_aboyne-church-steeple-spire.jpg In the photo you can see the symbol Ghost of Christmast Past: A real masonic lodge! But now if anyone in Aboyne want to go to pray in this church, can he? I mean, this church is open for the Christian people or is closed reserved to the Freemasons?
Posted on 26 August 2014 | 10:02 pm
Resolved Question: In Highland dancing, what
Posted on 1 August 2011 | 6:23 pm
Resolved Question: Im the new american girl
so i just moved to aboyne scotland about two months ago (16 years old in 4th year). Im very pretty & i think i intimate the girls at my school. Ive met a couple of girls and im a bit shy, they asked me if i wanted to chill with them tomaro night of course i said yes because they seem like the popluar girls in my grade. So back to being shy, how do i overcome my shyness around them ? should i just play it cool or? help please (:
Posted on 12 May 2011 | 4:28 am
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