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Christmas Presents are the theme for today, we don’t know for sure if these children got any but according to the school log book they had a Christmas Party at Dunvegan School on 22nd December 1966 which was attended by Dame Flora Macleod of Macleod. Does anyone remember the party?
Today we move on to Carol Singers, this is a lovely church for a Christmas Eve Service.
Tinted postcard view from Somerled Square, Portree, looking towards the Episcopalian Church, before its tower was removed. P208_047 #ArchiveAdventCalendar#CarolSingers@scotlandara
Welcome to December everyone, we’re taking part in the ARA Scotland Advent Calendar and will be sharing Christmas-themed posts.
This photograph is called ‘Snow woman in the garden at Waternish House’, is this not the most impressive snow scultpure ever? She’s huge! P14_074 #ArchiveAdventCalendar#Snow@scotlandara
For our final visit to #ExploreYourArchives the tag line is #ArchiveVoices and below is a link to our colleagues at Am Baile which is also part of Highlife Highland.
Visit Am Baile and explore the rich history of the Highlands and Islands through photographs, illustrations, maps and multimedia