Author Archives: Ross
Come along to the annual Plant Sale and Coffee Morning on Saturday 31st May in the Wharncliffe Hall. Entry £2.50, lots of interesting plants for sale, bedding, herbaceous, and vegetable. Also a sales table and raffle.
The small blue butterfly is the smallest blue butterfly in the UK. In Angus it used to be found along the coast and the old railway network. Butterfly Conservation and others are planning a survey of the butterfly and it’s … Continue reading
Duncan McPhail, from Canada, sent in this photograph of himself sitting on his uncle’s tractor in Belmont Street in 1948/49. His mother was brought up in Newtyle spending her early days on Burnmouth Farm and attending Newtyle School between 1915 … Continue reading
The first Messy Church is going to be held in Newtyle Church on Saturday 23rd November at 1pm. All children and parents or carers in the village and surrounding area are invited to come and join the fun and activities … Continue reading
There is a charity dance in the Wharncliffe Hall on Saturday 30th November with Dual Circuit providing the tunes. Come along from 8pm till midnight, buy a ticket for the raffle and a drink from the licenced bar. Entry is … Continue reading
The Newtyle Church of Scotland Guild will be holding a coffee morning with a difference on Saturday 16th November at 9:30am. For a mere £3 you can get a bacon and/or egg roll with tea or coffee in the Legion … Continue reading
The Newtyle cub pack will be offering their Christmas card delivery service within the bounds of Newtyle on Sunday 15th December.
On Thursday 14th November 2013 the Newtyle WRI will be celebrating its 94th birthday. At 7:30pm in the Legion Hall there will be a competition for a paper bottle bag and a small dish of savoury biscuits. The theme of … Continue reading
Christmas is almost upon us and there two Nativity events happening – the Dundee Nativity and the Newtyle Nativity. The Dundee Nativity is part of the Christmas Night Light festival on Friday 15th November at 6:45pm outside the Steeple Church … Continue reading