History recent additions
We will display new items of interest here whilst also placing them in their permanent location.
A link has been provided to a report written as part of the Black Isle Heritage Memories Project conducted by ARCH (Archaeology for Communities in the Highlands).
1. CCT Newsletter submission.
The Findon Hall page has been updated to reflect the part played by the Good Templars in Culbokie in setting up the original hall.
A photograph of the Culbokie School percussion band of 1964 has been posted and more names are required. Also we have unearthed some photos from the Ferintosh Environment Group days, 2004, of Culbokie school pupils receiving a delivery of bird food for their feeders. A rare view of the Portacabin classrooms. Again we would welcome some names.
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Most of the items in the Gallery were made available by Elspeth Weir, former teacher in the Primary School, who gave a talk to the Culbokie Church Centre Senior Citizens' Friendship Group, 2/3/2020. During the talk members of the audience shared their reminiscences, one of which resulted in this extra paragraph being added to the story of the Findon Hall. "The entrance porch of the old hall was on the left hand side and the kitchen at the far right. There was no heating in the hall and it was always cold. There was a badminton court set out inside and between games members of the club used to sit on the stage at the far right of the hall huddled around a paraffin heater to keep warm. Jock Watt, who later became Director of Leisure for Highland Council, used to take the schoolchildren for PE lessons in the hall and the school parties used to be held there. Scottish country dancing, drama groups and Raymond Bethune's pop band also used the Hall."
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