The Battle of Largs: The end game and some anomalies
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Parts five and six of The Battle of Largs retold in nine parts by Todd Ferguson after research by Glasgow Archaeological Society.
The Battle of Largs, part five: The other expedition to Loch Long and the Storm arrives with a vengeance.
Parts three and four of The Battle of Largs retold in nine parts by Todd Ferguson after research by Glasgow Archaeological Society.
Todd Ferguson is a local councillor for North Ayrshire, Scotland. Born and bred in West Kilbride, Todd takes a huge interest in his hometown, both the past and the present. Next to politics, he is a graduate of archaeology and in this re-telling of the Battle of...
The Battle of Largs – enlightening information from the past by Todd Ferguson
From Lucy’s Kitchen: Seville orange marmalade By Lucy J. Hunter-Weston In the northern hemisphere, January is a long, dark and cold month. And this year, we have more than our fair share of rather gloomy days. Thinking about my next recipe to post, it occurred to me...
by Lucy J. Massaar Hunter-Weston Following another successful Zoom meeting on Sunday 7th February 2021 with our Clan Chief, Madam Pauline, I thought it prudent to mention the highlights of the Scotland guided tour that travel agent Lois Wallace...
By Lucy J. Massaar Hunter-Weston Heritage Journey Connect To want to be part of a greater whole has always been human instinct. It gives weight to our very existence and lays a solid foundation from which we can grow. At a personal...
Lucy J. Massaar Hunter-Weston The firearm of medieval times was the bow and arrow - the war weapon of the time. Soldiers were required to hone their archery skills and the range of a flight arrow would have depended on the strength of the archer and the length and...
Onward and upward to the Highlands Captivating Castles, the bastions of our heritage If I were a medieval brick or block of limestone in an ancient castle wall - the stories I could tell! The gossip, the intrigue, the battles, love and honour, nothing would I leave...
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