Prehistoric Orkney A charred hazelnut shell, recovered in during excavations in Tankerness on the Mainland has been dated to — BC indicating the presence of Mesolithic nomadic tribes. The village of Skara Brae , Europe’s best-preserved Neolithic settlement, is believed to have been inhabited from around BC. Many of the Neolithic settlements were abandoned around BC, possibly due to changes in the climate. The nature and origin of these buildings is a subject of ongoing debate. Other structures from this period include underground storehouses , and aisled roundhouses , the latter usually in association with earlier broch sites. The nature of this transition is controversial, and theories range from peaceful integration to enslavement and genocide. Both Orkney and Shetland saw a significant influx of Norwegian settlers during the late 8th and early 9th centuries. Vikings made the islands the headquarters of their pirate expeditions carried out against Norway and the coasts of mainland Scotland. It is clear that this story, which appears in the Orkneyinga Saga, is based on the later voyages of Magnus Barelegs and some scholars believe it to be apocryphal.
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Wildlife Campbeltown Campbeltown is a small town in the county of Argyll and Bute. It lies in the southern portion of the Kintyre peninsula, beside Campbeltown Loch. The name of the town is derived from that of the Earl of Argyle — Archibald Campbell. During its history, Campbeltown became one of the key centres for shipbuilding and scotch whisky. In addition, it was to become a well-known and busy fishing port.
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Up to A parliamentary report of listed parish workhouses in operation at West Dean with accommodation for up to 18 inmates , Eastbourne 50 , and Wilmington 8. An Eastbourne Gilbert Union was formed in about In , the Eastbourne Guardians established a workhouse on Church Street in rented premises that had been built as a barracks during the Napoleonic war. Seaford’s parish workhouse was located on Blatchington Road on the site of the medieaval leper hospital of St John’s.
The master and his assistant resided in Twyne House and Twyne Cottage, while the inmates lived in a long building in the yard behind, now occupied by St James’ Trust. Twyne Cottage left and Twyne House, Seaford former parish workhouse, Its operation was overseen by an elected Board of Guardians, 17 in number, representing its 14 constituent parishes as listed below figures in brackets indicate numbers of Guardians if more than one:
Andrew Fruish, 46, who is said to have worked as a detective in Greater Manchester, was stopped in his car in Campbeltown, Scotland. But Campbeltown Sheriff Court ruled the case was not proven following a trial in which Fruish argued he had no intention of driving – even though the keys were in the ignition and the engine was running.
A police witness told the court that a member of the public had complained, in the early hours of the morning, that extremely loud music was coming from a parked car. Andrew Fruish, a former police undercover worker, who escaped a drink-drive charge after arguing he had no intention of driving Image:
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As reported this week, two workers who have collectively served him for 55 years have been sacked. These are Bobby Cairns, his year-old estate manager — whose father worked for Sir Paul — and Jimmy Paterson, his year-old caretaker. The announcement was met with puzzlement in Kintyre, which this week suffered its usual wild weather: Both Cairns and Paterson are thought to have signed confidentiality agreements and would not speak this week, but others were less reticent.
The year-old, who keeps a herd of Angus cattle on his acres, had always been on good terms with his neighbour. But Young says this is how they always looked. It was never a working farm, so sheep and deer were allowed to roam freely in bracken that grew 4ft tall. He did not disturb it, so it became a real wildlife haven.
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Campbeltown was once the whisky capital of the world with twenty nine distilleries operating simultaneously in How had this remote fishing port and royal burgh become the epicentre of Scotland’s greatest export? David Stirk reveals all in this engaging and well illustrated insight into the people who were the movers and shakers behind this huge industry. The origins lie in illicit distilling which was prevalent all over Kintyre in the late 18th century.
Many women were involved in this business which made many ordinary folk very wealthy and out of these origins, the legal trade was established in with Campbeltown Distillery being the first of many.
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Armed with OS, GPS, digital camera and Landrover we started looking at the Campbeltown end, close to Hillside, and immediately came across what looks suspiciously like about a mile of the old canal. Leading roughly north-east from a point behind the call centre, the canal is reed-choked and fenced on both sides, presumably to stop farm animals falling in and drowning. An interesting feature is this cast iron post, of which there are two.
They’re quite incongruous as field fenceposts and we wondered if they were some remaining feature from the canal; maybe distance markers or maybe totally unrelated? Moving on, we stopped off a little east of Stewarton on the B where there is a bridge across the river. From a reference in the Kintyre Magazine we were hoping to find some trace of the aquaduct that carried the canal across the Chiskan Water north of the Bow Bridge, and we weren’t to be disappointed.
Striking seascapes characterise this area, with fascinating coastlines comprised of mighty cliffs and golden sands offering first class walking and wildlife watching opportunities. Islay has a number of villages with terraces of small, single-storey houses lining the foreshore such as Port Ellen, Port Charlotte and Port Askaig. Islay measures about 25 miles north to south by 20 miles east to west, though it is of irregular shape.
This is a very rare bottling – these bottles were the very last stock produced by Pernod before the ban in They were sent to Holland for safekeeping and a small quantity were released 25 years later for export in with this special overprinted label. The balance of the stocks was unfortunately destroyed by bombing during the war.
Photos show the bottle still covered in the original cellar dust! In the mid s of the 19th century, Barnard and several companions undertook an extraordinary journey – utilising every mode of transport available at the time, from steamer to horse drawn carriage, they traveled the length and width of the United Kingdom in order to visit every whisky distillery they could.
The commission for this journey came from Harper’s Weekly Gazette, who subsequently published Barnard’s book in Alfred Barnard began his journey in the spring of and ended his travels toward the end of the following year having visited and chronicled an amazing distilleries in Scotland, 28 in Ireland and four in England. In reading his book, three things become evident.
For one, Barnard openly loved the scenery presented to him in his travels. Secondly his enthusiasm for whisky and the distilling industry and finally, his interest and attention to the technical details of production. His historical and technical chronicles are invaluable when looking at whisky making in the late 19th century. To give you a flavour of the book, here is the introduction to his visit to the Ardbeg distillery: The air was crisp and the first few hours of the long drive chilly, but the morning sun soon filled our hearts with gladness, and we were nabled once aain to enjoy the delightful scenery through which we passed and which has been described in a former chapter.
Upon due arrival at West Tarbert we boarded the steamer bound for Port Ellen, a journey occupying some hours, yet withal rendered pleasant by weather that was all that could be desired.
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I learned long ago to keep my mouth shut when dealing with sewage tanks We got a fair old pasting west of the Kintyre peninsula and at times were down to 4. The relative calm allowing us to collect the broken crockery and contents of the bins off the floor. Salted smoke stacks and Sanda Island https: Both islands having interesting histories, one for granite curling stones and the other for many shipwrecks and a remote pub.
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A parliamentary report of recorded parish workhouses in operation at Rye accommodation for 60 inmates , Brede 30 , Iden 20 , and Winchelsea—St Thomas the Apostle The Rye workhouse relocated in to a property on Gun Garden. Winchelsea’s parish workhouse was located in a building on the Tanyards Lane, dating from around The building is now occupied by the Strand House Hotel. Winchelsea workhouse, date unknown. Northiam had a workhouse on what is now Station Road. Workhouse Pond still lies in the vicinity.
Brede’s workhouse stood at Cackle Street, at the east side of the junction with Pottery Lane. In , the site was sold to a Mr. Lazarus, who divided the premises into several tenements and a grocer’s shop and called it ‘Alpha Place’. It was later used to house council tenants. The property survived until when it was demolished after being condemned by the Battle Rural District Council.
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Distilling on the site began in or and the distillery building itself was erected in , making it the oldest of the nine bourbon distilleries in current operation in Kentucky as of — although the site has not been continuously operational as a distillery during that history. In the distillery was listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and in it was designated a National Historic Landmark.
Originally established by Elijah Pepper, the distillery was passed on to his son and was known as the Oscar Pepper Distillery when Dr. James Crow worked there in the mid th century. During this time Dr. Crow went about a series of activities that improved and codified the understanding of, and quality of, key bourbon-making processes such as sour-mash fermentation, pot still distillation and barrel maturation.
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Grip on 17 December , and on Sittingbourne to Sheerness service on 16 October This is a knowledgeable but thoroughly entertaining discourse which covers every bridge that crosses or is known to have crossed the Wye, including footbridges, private farm bridges and those dating from Roman times, as well as the numerous road and rail bridges. Many of the latter have now gone or are used as footbridges, the lines they carried having long since closed.
Seventy-seven bridges are listed, beginning with Y Drum, a private farm bridge 3. Extensively illustrated, the reproduction of the pictures is generally excellent. Gas Light and Steam. Comprehensive book details the railways at all gas works in what was the North Thames Gas Board’s area, extending from Southend to Windsor, including the giant works at Beckton. There are full lists of all known locomotives to have worked at these sites The clarity of the maps and plans is excellent, as is the reproduction of the photographs, which include many works views as well as close-ups of engines.
The introductory chapters cover the history of the North Thames Gas Board and the delivery of coal to the various works, with lists of colliers both steam and later diesel being included for those companies which owned and operated them. Each of the 26 gas works then has a chapter to itself, covering the history of its rail system as well as a general history of the site from inception. Clay Cross and the Clay Cross Company.
All Chalford Publishing The North Telford book is drawn from the collection of photographs at the Library of the Ironbridge Gorge Museum, much of what is shown, particularly the industries and railways, has been swept away. The same comments apply to the Rhondda, which has lost all its pits and most of its other heavy industry, and with it the railways that served them.
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Malt whisky is made only from malted barley, in two occasionally three copper pot stills, by a batch process. Although other grains were used, barley was grown specifically for making beer and whisky. Single malts from a further odd now closed distilleries may still be found.
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Borg died 20 December A by-election to elect a replacement councillor was held on 18 March and Ben Gilholme was elected. List of mayors of Campbelltown History and growth[ edit ] This section needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.
The town was one of a series of south-western settlements established by Macquarie at that time; the others include Ingleburn and Liverpool. Campbelltown Council was originally incorporated on 21 January Campbelltown was presented with its own coat of arms in