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PAGE 14 HERALD & POST Hinckley - APRIL 18 1991 THEATRE AND CINEMA GUIDE SUNDAY BRUNCH From 1100 am to

PAGE 14 HERALD & POST Hinckley - APRIL 18 1991 THEATRE AND CINEMA GUIDE SUNDAY BRUNCH From 1100 am to

Aviemore Inverness June 2nd 7 days Kingussie and Daesid Royal Hotel Set in beautiful Spey Valley Tours to:- Fort William BallaterBalmoral Whisky Trail £17300 £21400 July 14th 7 days Klllbi and th Glorious Highland Killin Hotel Standing on the River Lochay a
April 18, 1991 - Hinckley Herald & Journal - Hinckley, Leicestershire, England
 
MARCH 21 1991 Community News A PROPOSED masterplan to transform more than 140 acres of land into a haven for

MARCH 21 1991 Community News A PROPOSED masterplan to transform more than 140 acres of land into a haven for

Tours:- Whiskey Trail Tour Aviemore Inverness 7 days KINGUSSIE 2nd Royal Hotel ciceoo £20000 Tours:- Port William BallaterBalmoral Whiskey Trail Tour 7 days KLLIN July 14th Klllin Hotel Tours:- Trossachs PklochryBlair Atholl Mystery Tour Glen TurrettCrief
March 21, 1991 - Hinckley Herald & Journal - Hinckley, Leicestershire, England
 
IN BRIEF

IN BRIEF

The unveiling comes on the same day that Gordon District Council is launching a heritage booklet on his life and a William Thom Town Trail. Notoriety renewed A NOTORIOUS Lewis character is being given a new lease of life with a school production of the
March 5, 1991 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Big thumbs-up for Inverurie bypass

Big thumbs-up for Inverurie bypass

the reduction in traffic makes it a much more pleasant place.” Chief Insp. Ken Mackie described the bypass as “sorely Mr William Trail, 1 Nether Davah Place, Inverurie, is on the go early most mornings, needed”. “The town centre is much auieter and parking
January 26, 1991 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
DISTRICT NEWS Inverurie bypass verdict

DISTRICT NEWS Inverurie bypass verdict

real difference in the amount of heavy traffic going through the town,” he said “But Inverune is still a busy place.” Mr William Trail, 1 Nether Davah Place, Inverurie, is on the go early most mornings, as LINDA he has a part-time job at a newsagents "There
January 26, 1991 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Baird. •dear sister of Michael. and

Baird. •dear sister of Michael. and

are respectfully invited. WlLSON.—Peacefully. at Craigpark Nursing Home. Newport-on-Tay. on Saturday. October 27. 1990. William Trail Wilson (former headmaster. Eastern Primary School. Broughty Ferry). dear brother of Jean. Adrian and ma. Funeral service
October 29, 1990 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Former headmaster dies

Former headmaster dies

dies A FORMER HEADMASTER of Eastern Primary School, Broughty Ferry, and past-president of Dundee Operatic Society, Mr William Trail Wilson died at the Craigpark Nursing Home, Newport, on Saturday night. Mr Wilson moved to Dundee in 1927 after graduating
October 29, 1990 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Evening Post Wednesday May 30 1 990 27 TOP SPOT FOR erek Thompson's INNING POS Ban threat for STEVE Cauthen

Evening Post Wednesday May 30 1 990 27 TOP SPOT FOR erek Thompson's INNING POS Ban threat for STEVE Cauthen

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May 30, 1990 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
can By MYSTERY MAN

can By MYSTERY MAN

should win again. Henry Cecil’s impressive record with threeyear-olds this term should continue with Alldiva in the William Hill Fillies Trail Stakes. A win in a Guineas trial at Kempton maintained her 100% record and although the form of that race has not
May 17, 1990 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MARKOFDISTINCTION can live up to his name at Newbury tomorrow by giving a classy display in the Group Two Juddmonte

MARKOFDISTINCTION can live up to his name at Newbury tomorrow by giving a classy display in the Group Two Juddmonte

should win again. Henry Cecil's impressive record with three-year-olds this term should continue with Alidiva in the William Hill Fillies Trail Stakes. (3.40).
May 17, 1990 - Reading Evening Post - Reading, Berkshire, England