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Photo Challenge – Day 12 ‘L’

Unfortunately, due to a family funeral, the photo challenge was postponed on Friday.

Saturday continued with L. L is for Leaf. For this shot I borrowed my Mum’s macro lens as I wanted to get a super close image of some of the leaves in the back garden. 100 more words

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Thistle Do by Blarney Pilgrim1

A panoramic view of the elegant Ochil Hills, with Scotland’s national flower just making its Summer appearance here.

(EXPLORE 19/7/15 – thanks everyone for the faves and comments!) 7 more words

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Summer Sunsets

Since the weather is pretty miserable and overcast today, I’m going to share some pictures of sunsets I’ve managed to capture both in Aberdeen and Tillicoultry. 59 more words

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On yer bike!

Although we’ve yet to see the warm weather this Summer (hopefully it arrives soon!), I’ve been making the most of nights getting out on my bike.  82 more words

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159th World Famous Alva Games

On Saturday, I headed along to the next town to take in the annual Alva Games. This takes place on the 2nd Saturday in July every year in Cochrane Park in Alva. 235 more words

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Conservative candidate believes connectivity is the key

Luke Graham, Conservative candidate for Ochil and South Perthshire, believes that connectivity and broadband is the key to dealing with the issues that matter to those in the constituency. 493 more words

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Clacks Council announces measures to close £20m funding gap

Clackmannanshire Council has proposed a swathe of spending cuts in order to reduce its £20 million funding gap.

The Council announced the plans in its latest Budget Consultation for 2015/16, and includes a number of initiatives it is either stopping, reducing, changing, or charging for. 355 more words

Ross Brannigan