But this sacred date also marks 21 years since Brewhouse owner Douglas Ross, who is pictured below in the pages of our local paper the Stirling Observer, with our brewer extraordinaire Adam John Patterson on the very same well almost! Stirling Bridge, launched the brew which was the first bottled beer produced by us in Bridge of Allan. Fast forward 24 hours and our house band The Jazz Pack will bring their monthly fabulous interpretations of trad and art house jazz to the stage, from 4pm — 7pm, in a set that is almost as fluid as a pint of our mythical Czech Pot! Please come early to ensure a seat. Recently The Jazz Pack have been encouraging our talented patrons to get involved and we are delighted to reveal that we have found two star turns within the ranks of our Jazz cognoscenti! Hi pub and beer lovers. See you soon. Delighted to say that from Monday 6th July our two beer gardens will be open every day from 12 noon till 6pm Sunday — Thursday and open till 10pm Fridays and Saturdays Come on down for a pint of cask A Bridge Too Far!
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Briggs was one of the best-known and best-travelled of the early banjo virtuosos. He was an early visitor to England, in the early s, and probably toured to Northern Europe as well. He joined the Ethiopian Serenaders for its second incarnation in , and stayed with G. Briggs died in California shortly after arriving there for a tour, in the mids.
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Loving sister of Ian Pixie , sister-in-law of Loris. Loved aunt of Philippa, Katrina and Penny. A service is to be held for Kerry, please contact George Hartnett Metropolitan Funerals Redcliffe for further details. Bruna Sangoi. Late of Bardon. Passed away peacefully 24th August
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Through a friend of a friend we were asked by a journalist if we would like to be interviewed for a piece in our local paper — The Stirling Observer. It came as a surprise but of course, we jumped at the chance! It was a quick interview, a couple of drafts and within a couple of days there Harry was in the paper. Best time ever in your care! Congratulations on the article and we wish you much success! This tour is sure to satisfy everyone — Gin, Whisky and Beer!
On the tour we visit the McQueen Distillery , who are also no strangers to a feature in the Stirling Observer, Deanston Whisky Distillery and last but not least one of Scotlands smallest breweries The Allanwater Brewhouse. As part of a custom private tour of scotland we took a group round the Trossachs today. It is probably the optimal time to take one of our tours of Scotland. The Angels Share, is not just brilliantly funny Ken Loach Film but a well known saying within the whisky industry.
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Like most Australians, I take Anzac Day seriously, and deeply respect the sacrifices made by so many Australians in uniform. It is with near disbelief therefore that I learn the terrorist who murdered three young Australian soldiers in Afghanistan is to be released as part of a prisoner exchange. To add insult to injury, this a deal brokered by our closest ally, the United States.
What has our Prime Minister done about this? He has written a letter of protest to the US authorities. Not good enough. He must demand a phone conversation with Trump, and insist on a reversal of this decision. Even though we have been obedient lapdogs to the Americans, there are a few cards we have in our hand to play.
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Researching your Family History can be fascinating. Following the initial work of tracking down ancestors, some of the real fun can be investigating the types of work they did or the community in which they lived. The increased interest in this type of research has resulted in huge amounts of information in print and online. Stirling Libraries can help support your research by giving you access to our collections and assistance where required.
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On June 21 an Emirates flight attendant was arrested in Dubai while on a first date. Reports are that the 23 year old British expat, Derrin Crawford, has fallen ill with septic tonsilitis while in jail. There is absolutely no reason to hold Derrin in jail. You should be so proud of yourself Derrin, keep doing you and working on yourself.
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Looks aren’t everything but love, it would seem, is far from blind. Across cultures and sexes, some features hold greater appeal. And while striking faces may sometimes be drop-dead gorgeous, studies have shown we are generally drawn to Mr or Ms Average, whatever our culture. According to scientists including Professor Randy Thornhill from the University of New Mexico, average features could be a sign of genetic diversity and good health. But is there such a thing as a “type”? Women with feminine features, such as a smaller chin and fuller lips, tend to be deemed more appealing by both sexes, Saxton tells me, but preferences for male features are far from clear-cut.
So a disaster date might genuinely be a case of right person, wrong time. But it is possible to disrupt the trend. It seems the suggestion of heroics could also fuel a romance. A study conducted by researchers at Liverpool and Stirling Universities recruited women and 64 men, asking one group to assess images of the opposite sex with digitally added facial scars while another group viewed blemish-free mug shots.
The upshot was that women rated slight scarring in a man’s face marginally more attractive when considering a short-term fling — men viewed scarring in women with indifference. The researchers say that scarring may be read by women as a sign of masculinity, courage and strength.
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The market town , surrounded by rich farmland, grew up connecting the royal citadel , the medieval old town with its merchants and tradesmen,  the bridge and the port. Located on the River Forth , Stirling is the administrative centre for the Stirling council area , and is traditionally the county town of Stirlingshire. Proverbially it is the strategically important “Gateway to the Highlands”. It has been said that “Stirling, like a huge brooch clasps Highlands and Lowlands together”.
Stirling’s key position as the lowest bridging point of the River Forth before it broadens towards the Firth of Forth made it a focal point  for travel north or south.
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