“SEND ME my pistolls…”
House & Home
Tucked away in a corner site surrounded by woodland, Dollerie Lodge occupies an enticing little slice of Perthshire.
Householders affected by so-called ‘hedge rage’ are being invited to have their say on the effectiveness of recently approved Scottish Parliament legislation. Michael Alexander reports.
As winter progresses there has been quite a few decent days to crack on with a few gardening tasks so many of us are up to date with seasonal activities, and the spring rush is still a few weeks away.
MARGARET ORR was 82 when I interviewed her for The Courier in 1995. I had asked her to cast her mind back to when she was just 10 and had witnessed an event in 1922 that had stunned the world – the opening of the tomb of the boy king Tutankhamun.
Looking for a new holiday or residential home in an idyllic spot of Courier Country that doesn’t cost a fortune? Take a look at one of Scotland’s best kept secrets.
The low winter sun bounces off its white walls and dashes of snow still cling on in shaded corners of the garden.
The month of February has always been my starting point to begin some seed sowing.
SPORTING MEMORABILIA has a large following. I could almost offer an A-to-Z – autographs, boxing gloves, cricket bats, and on to wrestling, xtreme sports and z-z-zzzz, the closest to exercise I get!
Standing on the tower roof of Graeme and Marion Dunsire’s converted church in Letham is quite an experience.