FEBRUARY 24, 1972
THE Property and Housing committee of the town council recommended two areas of ground in Trinity Road extending to approx. 6 3/4 and 4 3/4 acres respectively for the erection of private housing be exposed for sale by public roup on condition that the field adjoining Trinity Road be subject to stringent conditions as to design, finish and layout.
MURIEL Young, who has been a member of the Stracathro staff since she took her general training in 1950, has been appointed relief night sister at Brechin Infirmary, succeeding Mrs Margaret Robertson, acting night sister for 21 years.
FEBRUARY 25, 1982
Mr Robert G. Stewart, Pearse Street, Brechin, retired after 44 years as an engineer with British Telecom. He was presented with two crystal decanters and valedictory letter by Mr J. Jennings, area maintenance engineer.
THE Rev. Ian Hay, M.A., B.D., Rector of St Andrew’s Episcopal Church, Brechin, has accepted the invitation of Rector K. W. Dron to be an associate chaplain at Brechin High School.
He will be assistant to the Rev. Peter M. Gordon, Brechin Cathedral, who continues as principal chaplain.
FEBRUARY 27, 1992
THE power struggle within Celtic Football Club took an amazing twist on Friday with the appointment of a major commercial figure.
Brechin-born David Smith (47), whose company some years ago made a successful bid for the Gateway Supermarket Group, has been appointed to the Parkhead board and will become the deputy chairman.
flicks, Scotland’s No. 1 Nightclub, has been sold. The outgoing owners Flicks Nightclubs (UK), released a statement given on their behalf by their director Mr Michael Swilinski.
Constable Bobby Campbell, an officer with the M.O.D. Police at Edzell, is planning the longest beat in Britain. He will be walking about 600 miles from RAF Weatherfield in Essex to the US Navy Base at RAF Edzell in May for the Malcolm Sergeant Cancer Fund for Children.