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100 Years Ago From the Ross-shire Journal of Friday, July 6, 1917 THE annual trip of schoolchildren attending the Sunday School of Dingwall Parish Church, took place on Saturday last, 30th June, to a field on the Knockbain heights, kindly placed at their disposal by Mr Peter Maccallum.

100 Years Ago Friday, June 29, 1917 THE Strathpeffer season has opened. Water and baths are fully available, and generally the Spa is fully prepared. Unfortunately, visitors are very few.

100 Years Ago From the Ross-shire Journal of Friday, June 15, 1917 BRAHAN - Death of Well Known Farmer - Much regret was expressed by a wide circle of friends last week at the death of a well-known farmer, Mr George Stewart, Bogbain. His family was one of the oldest on the Brahan estate, his ancestors having come here from Wigtownshire about 300 years ago, and were continuously employed on the estate.

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David Anthony Carter. Executive principal, Cabot Learning Federation. For services to education. (Nailsworth, Gloucestershire)

Andrew William Dilnot, CBE. Chairman, UK Statistics Authority and warden, Nuffield College, University of Oxford. For services to economics and economic policy. (Oxford, Oxfordshire)

Kenneth Archibald Gibson. Executive headteacher, Harton Technology College, Jarrow School, South Tyneside and Academy 360, Sunderland. For services to education. (Cleadon, Tyne and Wear)

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100 Years Ago From the Ross-shire Journal of Friday, July 6, 1917 THE annual trip of schoolchildren attending the Sunday School of Dingwall Parish Church, took place on Saturday last, 30th June, to a field on the Knockbain heights, kindly placed at their disposal by Mr Peter Maccallum.

100 Years Ago Friday, June 29, 1917 THE Strathpeffer season has opened. Water and baths are fully available, and generally the Spa is fully prepared. Unfortunately, visitors are very few.

100 Years Ago From the Ross-shire Journal of Friday, June 15, 1917 BRAHAN - Death of Well Known Farmer - Much regret was expressed by a wide circle of friends last week at the death of a well-known farmer, Mr George Stewart, Bogbain. His family was one of the oldest on the Brahan estate, his ancestors having come here from Wigtownshire about 300 years ago, and were continuously employed on the estate.