Delving back in time

This week's Down Memory Lane picture comes from the Brechin Advertiser's archives. It features the opening of the Garden for the Blind and Disabled at Southesk Church, which took place on June 9, 1984. Mrs Elizabeth Carnegy of Lour, who was chairman of the Manpower Services Commission when the Southesk project was undertaken, performed the official opening. Southesk was fortunate that much of the materials as well as the labour had been provided by the MSC.

This week's Down Memory Lane picture comes from the Brechin Advertiser's archives. It features the opening of the Garden for the Blind and Disabled at Southesk Church, which took place on June 9, 1984. Mrs Elizabeth Carnegy of Lour, who was chairman of the Manpower Services Commission when the Southesk project was undertaken, performed the official opening. Southesk was fortunate that much of the materials as well as the labour had been provided by the MSC.

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This week’s Down Memory Lane picture comes from the Brechin Advertiser’s archives. It features the opening of the Garden for the Blind and Disabled at Southesk Church, which took place on June 9, 1984. Mrs Elizabeth Carnegy of Lour, who was chairman of the Manpower Services Commission when the Southesk project was undertaken, performed the official opening. Southesk was fortunate that much of the materials as well as the labour had been provided by the MSC.

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