“When you walk with Mary Poppins,” Bert the chimney sweep stated in Kilgraston’s end of term senior musical extravaganza, “you go to places you never dreamed possible.” Indeed. We like to think that that statement will encapsulate your time at our school.
The way we utilise our kitchen is changing. It is now the most important room, a place where everyone comes together – the heart of the home – so the look and feel of your current kitchen should reflect this.
To mark 100 years since the end of the Home Front during World War One, a special conference will be held at the University of St Andrews next week. To coincide with the conference, a fantastic programme of public events has been launched. It is called The Home Front: The United Kingdom 1914-1918 and is being supported by the Scottish Government and the Department of Culture Media and Sport.
The owners of a Forfar hotel are celebrating a successful first year of business.
It’s a highlight in any golf fan’s calendar, but The Open is also a giant feather in the cap of the local area in which it is hosted.
If you are looking for a warm and welcoming place to achieve your body goals, look no further than the many Slimming World classes run in Angus.
Anglian Home Improvements have a showroom conveniently located at Dobbies Garden Centres in Dundee at Ethiebeaton Park, Monifieth DD5 4HB. It is open Monday to Sunday 10am to 5pm.
Some may wonder where it went. Others say it never went away. But whatever your opinion, the record player has returned.
If you are experiencing back pain, you might think that resting and taking a few painkillers will sort it out. But addressing the cause with professional help can transform your quality of life, according to one Dundee clinic.
Your eyes are a vital organ so it’s important to take good care of them. And a locally owned and run opticians have just opened a second shop in Angus, making it easier to get quality optical care.