Church attendance was compulsory for us an hour of fidgeting in between mam & dad oor riibs were black and blue with the putts we got for shifting aboot or cracking oor pandrop. John Thompson was the beadle he rang the first ...Read full memory
I remember the large Sunday school with George King Main as superintendent. We had great fun, we were all in groups (colour, I think) - I was in the red team. We had great Sunday school picnics. I remember one picnic was at the ...Read full memory
In the 1950's, Pharelands on the Burghead Road out of Hopeman was a guest house owned and run by two elderly ladies, one of whom was called Beatrice. The name was pronounced 'Fairylands' at the time, and I wonder if it still is?