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EveningTimes Online
Scotland's Spanish encounter brings back painful memories for SigneulSpain's star player Vero Boquete scored in the final minute of extra time to sn
EveningTimes Online / Posted 37 minutes ago
Spain's star player Vero Boquete scored in the final minute of extra time to snatch a place in Euro 2013 away from the Scots, head coach Anna Signeul feared she had suffered a heart attack. Goalkeeper Gemma Fay had saved a penalty, and with... Read more
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Eagle Bulletin
Scottish Games and Celtic Festival returns Aug. 12The 2017 CNY Scottish Games and Celtic Festival takes place Aug. 12 at Long Bra
Eagle Bulletin / Posted 6 hours ago
The 2017 CNY Scottish Games and Celtic Festival takes place Aug. 12 at Long Branch Park in Liverpool. Lads or lassies, Scots or not, rain or shine: The 2017 Central New York Scottish Games and Celtic Festival will be held Saturday, Aug. 12, at Long... Read more
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Daily Record
Kirsty Maxwell was in 'state of terror' before fatal Benidorm balcony fallScots holidaymaker Kirsty Maxwell is said to have been in a 'state of terror' b
Daily Record / Posted 8 hours ago
Scots holidaymaker Kirsty Maxwell is said to have been in a 'state of terror' before she plunged to her death from a Benidorm balcony, according to a police report. Ricky Gammon, 31, Anthony Holehouse, 34, Callum Northridge, 27, and Daniel Bailey,... Read more
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Gamasutra
The Art & Business of Making GamesA challenging question for all Scots for sure, but what could be more fun than
Gamasutra / Posted 10 hours ago
A challenging question for all Scots for sure, but what could be more fun than guzzling whisky, throwing porridge and blowing up haggis? The answer of course is guzzling whisky, throwing porridge and blowing up haggis with friends! The Co-Op... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
The day the music died: Concern as another Scots festival bites the dustbringing millions of pounds into the economy over the years, and not to mention
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 12 hours ago
bringing millions of pounds into the economy over the years, and not to mention the priceless friendships established." Scots music business legend Bruce Findlay, believed Scots festivals were suffering from competition from other entertainment... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Story of Gourock POW told for the first timethe mass evacuation of hundreds of thousands of soldiers forced in to a retreat
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 12 hours ago
the mass evacuation of hundreds of thousands of soldiers forced in to a retreat. But Norman was one of the 10,000 heroic Scots ‘left behind’ to fight on while the evacuation took place. He was eventually captured with his comrades in St Valery... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
The day the music died: Concern as another Scots festival bites the dustbringing millions of pounds into the economy over the years, and not to mention
EveningTimes Online / Posted 12 hours ago
bringing millions of pounds into the economy over the years, and not to mention the priceless friendships established." Scots music business legend Bruce Findlay, believed Scots festivals were suffering from competition from other entertainment... Read more
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Daily Record
Charities call for action as stats show poor cancer patients are diagnosed laterCharities called for action yesterday after it was revealed poorer Scots cancer
Daily Record / Posted 14 hours ago
Charities called for action yesterday after it was revealed poorer Scots cancer patients are diagnosed later. And patients in the most deprived areas are most likely to be diagnosed at the most advanced stage four. While cancer charities welcomed a... Read more
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The News and Star
Workington Reds come from behind to beat Gretna 2008 in pre-season friendlyWorkington came from behind after making a sketchy start against Gretna 2008 to
The News and Star / Posted 14 hours ago
Workington came from behind after making a sketchy start against Gretna 2008 to win well. The Scots had taken a sixth-minute lead through west Cumbrian Kevin Connelly and Reds were subdued for half an hour. But they burst into life with two goals... Read more
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Scotsman
Scott Macnab: Kezia Dugdale fights for ‘Scottish’ voicewhere, Labour argues, the SNP at Holyrood and Tories at Westminster have been e
Scotsman / Posted 15 hours ago
where, Labour argues, the SNP at Holyrood and Tories at Westminster have been equally culpable in letting down ordinary Scots. And the fact is, any Labour leader who looks capable of winning, almost regardless of policy platform, will be a... Read more
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Scotsman
Jim Duffy: Start-ups can learn from the whisky-makerstour guide tells you that the barrels you are looking at will mature in 12 year
Scotsman / Posted 16 hours ago
tour guide tells you that the barrels you are looking at will mature in 12 years! And let’s not forget tree-planting. The Scots Pine or Sitka Spruce need more than 20 years to grow… before they end up as table furniture or entrance gates.... Read more
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Scotsman
Mental health targets missed for Scots childrenan issue we have been campaigning on for some time now.” Scottish Labour said
Scotsman / Posted 16 hours ago
an issue we have been campaigning on for some time now.” Scottish Labour said it is focuing on the next generation of Scots as part of its summer campaign, For The Many. Monica Lennon MSP said: “I am very sad for the 3,500 children and young... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Arlene Foster will back Irish language act, claim activistsgroup Conradh na Gaeilge - while the DUP is prepared to facilitate Irish as par
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 16 hours ago
group Conradh na Gaeilge - while the DUP is prepared to facilitate Irish as part of wider legislation also embracing Ulster-Scots and the Orange tradition. The stand-off is at the core of the failure to restore devolved government. Former health... Read more
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Daily Record
Scots surgeon who butchered patients in unnecessary ops is struck offA Scots surgeon who butchered patients with unnecessary breast surgery was stru
Daily Record / Posted 18 hours ago
A Scots surgeon who butchered patients with unnecessary breast surgery was struck off yesterday. Ian Paterson’s failure to acknowledge his faults indicated he was still a serious risk to patients, a tribunal ruled. His trial heard harrowing... Read more
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Daily Record
Thatcher's destruction of Scots industry doomed generation to early drug deathsfound spiralling unemployment and an “erosion of hope” presided over by UK Gove
Daily Record / Posted 19 hours ago
found spiralling unemployment and an “erosion of hope” presided over by UK Government policy in the 1980s meant young Scots turned to drugs and alcohol and this has had a “delayed negative health impact”. It also suggests the welfare and... Read more
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heraldscotland
The day the music died: Concern as another Scots festival bites the dustbringing millions of pounds into the economy over the years, and not to mention
heraldscotland / Posted yesterday
bringing millions of pounds into the economy over the years, and not to mention the priceless friendships established." Scots music business legend Bruce Findlay, believed Scots festivals were suffering from competition from other entertainment... Read more
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express
More than quarter of a million Scots have accepted emergency state handoutsREVEALED: MORE than quarter of a million Scots have accepted emergency state
express / Posted yesterday
REVEALED: MORE than quarter of a million Scots have accepted emergency state handouts to buy nappies, food and to pay heating bills. More than quarter of a million Scots... Read more
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Scotsman
Celtic’s wonderkid Karamoko Dembele stars in Scotland winon the bench as the game got under way. Andrew Winter coolly slid Scotland int
Scotsman / Posted yesterday
on the bench as the game got under way. Andrew Winter coolly slid Scotland into the lead after 17 minutes before the young Scots won a penalty in the 34th minute. Cole Starrs saw his spot-kick saved pushed on to the post by the Qatari goalkeeper... Read more
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express
Scottish independence is BACK as scheming Sturgeon breaks promise to drop referendumDowning Street with the Prime Minister once again warning Ms Sturgeon "now is n
express / Posted yesterday
Downing Street with the Prime Minister once again warning Ms Sturgeon "now is not the time".Related articles ‘Fed up!’ Scots have had ENOUGH of Sturgeon’s independence demands SNP 'already gearing up for another referendum’, think tank... Read more
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Namibia Economist
The six flavours of Brexitto do. Sorting out what powers repatriated from Brussels should go to the devol
Namibia Economist / Posted yesterday
to do. Sorting out what powers repatriated from Brussels should go to the devolved administrations will be testing; the Scots say they might hold up the EU withdrawal bill, and Labour supports them. Hundreds of treaties on matters ranging from... Read more
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express
High blood pressure medication could be causing THESE unwanted side effectthe blood vessels.Related articles Type 2 diabetes - substance from flowers co
express / Posted yesterday
the blood vessels.Related articles Type 2 diabetes - substance from flowers could reduce symptoms Over 1.3million Scots to live with a chronic disease by 2029 The medication can cause side effects including angioedema - which occurs when... Read more
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Daily Mail
People with spinal cord injuries may walk again after zebrafish studya horse during an equestrian competition in Virginia in 1995. Here he is pictur
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
a horse during an equestrian competition in Virginia in 1995. Here he is pictured with his wife Dana Reeve (right) The Scots scientists found that fibroblasts are instructed to make collagen 12 by a chemical signal called 'wnt'. Understanding... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Dr Damian Smyth: 'John Hewitt was caricatured as a unionist curmudgeon, but the poet I knew had a brilliant wit'region which he could trace back to Colmcille. But he also spoke about the Rhy
Belfast Telegraph / Posted yesterday
region which he could trace back to Colmcille. But he also spoke about the Rhyming Weavers, the 19th-Century Ulster-Scots poets he had virtually rediscovered, many of whose small volumes he had in his astonishing library. That's when I first... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Crisis grant handouts increase as Scots struggle to pay for food and heatingThere has been a 14% increase in the number of crisis grants handed out to stru
EveningTimes Online / Posted yesterday
There has been a 14% increase in the number of crisis grants handed out to struggling Scots to pay for basics such as food and heating. One in 10 of the grants made in 2016-17 were needed because benefit payments were late, with Holyrood's Social... Read more
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Daily Record
Four men probed over tragic Kirsty Maxwell death head to Spain to face judgeFour Brits being investigated over the death of Scots holidaymaker Kirsty Maxwe
Daily Record / Posted yesterday
Four Brits being investigated over the death of Scots holidaymaker Kirsty Maxwell were flying to Spain today ahead of their Benidorm court quiz. Ricky Gammon, 31, Anthony Holehouse, 34, Callum Northridge, 27, and Daniel Bailey, 32, were due to reach... Read more
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vitalfootball co uk
LUFC On This Day - July 25thwere a few other clubs from the south that were interested, but this is a club
vitalfootball co uk / Posted yesterday
were a few other clubs from the south that were interested, but this is a club of big stature. 'Over the years a lot of Scots have done well here, and I want to try and get to the next level now.' Striker Anthony Elding departs Leeds and joins... Read more
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Daily Record
Brexit chickens home to roost as fears of banned toxic chickens from US into UKof the price of Brexit. There will be many more similar compromises to come. Fe
Daily Record / Posted yesterday
of the price of Brexit. There will be many more similar compromises to come. Few, if any, will be beneficial to ordinary Scots. What were we taking back control of again?Failing education Improving Scottish education is the SNP Government’s... Read more
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Scotsman
Jo Love optimistic as Scotland seek revenge over Spainand reach the Euro 2017 quarter-finals. Even though they lost their opening tw
Scotsman / Posted yesterday
and reach the Euro 2017 quarter-finals. Even though they lost their opening two games to England and Portugal, the Scots can still implausibly reach the last eight as Group D runners-up. If Mark Sampson’s side, as they should, beat... Read more
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Daily Record
More than third of Scottish food bank parcels go to kids aged five to 11More than a third of a food bank charity’s Scots parcels go to kids aged five t
Daily Record / Posted yesterday
More than a third of a food bank charity’s Scots parcels go to kids aged five to 11, it was revealed yesterday. The Trussell Trust saw a seven per cent increase in the number of three-day emergency food supplies given to children in July and August... Read more
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Daily Record
Stale SNP press the panic button after election result - and no wonderout of ideas and running out of time. That certainly applies to Theresa May’s
Daily Record / Posted yesterday
out of ideas and running out of time. That certainly applies to Theresa May’s Tories, with her Cabinet in open warfare. Scots are fed up with the First Minister’s performance running our schools, which have 4000 fewer teachers, our hospitals,... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Drink-driving result of ‘culture shock’for putting other drivers at risk. What do you mean foreign culture? Scotland
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
for putting other drivers at risk. What do you mean foreign culture? Scotland is a place of drinking, it’s full of drunken Scots. - Magistrate Michael Holmes “What do you mean foreign culture?” he said. “Scotland is a place of drinking, it’s full... Read more
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Scotsman
Gullane set for star-studded Scottish Open line-up in 2018when I don’t play the week before a major, I am often not as sharp and ready to
Scotsman / Posted 2 days ago
when I don’t play the week before a major, I am often not as sharp and ready to play as I need to be.” Meanwhile, the two Scots to play in all four rounds at Birkdale have made jumps up both the world rankings and the Race to Dubai on the back of... Read more
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Scotsman
Eilidh Doyle ‘shocked’ to be voted GB captain at World Championshipsdelighted.” Doyle certainly hadn’t voted for herself in the team ballot and re
Scotsman / Posted 2 days ago
delighted.” Doyle certainly hadn’t voted for herself in the team ballot and revealed she had gone for one of the 12 other Scots in the GB team. “I actually voted for [5,000m runner] Steph Twell,” she said. “Steph has been one of my close friends... Read more
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Daily Star
Wettest day of summer NEXT WEEK – and it's going to be worst HEREout the BBQ that weekend. And Scotland will see the wettest weather. A huge 3
Daily Star / Posted 2 days ago
out the BBQ that weekend. And Scotland will see the wettest weather. A huge 3.1 inches of rain is expected to pour on the Scots on Friday August 10. The south east of England should enjoy the driest summer, with the rainiest day on August 4. But... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Covenant Volleyball Recipient Of Team Academic Award By AVCANorth Carolina Wesleyan and Piedmont. Covenant finished the 2016 season with a
The Chattanoogan / Posted 2 days ago
North Carolina Wesleyan and Piedmont. Covenant finished the 2016 season with a 19-13 overall record and a USA South West Division regular season championship. The Lady Scots open the 2017 season on Sept. 1 against Sewanee in Birmi... Read more
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birminghammail
Here are the Midlands properties owned by the Queenafter a Act of Parliament in 1803 which allowed deforestation to make room for
birminghammail / Posted 2 days ago
after a Act of Parliament in 1803 which allowed deforestation to make room for agriculture.Read More Mary Queen of Scots was briefly imprisoned at this castle on FOUR occassions. Located a few miles north of Burton-upon-Trent, the castle... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
Today in History205th day of 2017. There are 160 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in H
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 2 days ago
205th day of 2017. There are 160 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On July 24, 1567, Mary, Queen of Scots was forced to abdicate by Scottish nobles in favor of her infant son James, who became King of Scotland at the age of... Read more
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express
SNP school SHAME: Scottish pupils lagging behind in improvements in readingIrish pupils made the greatest improvements, with an average score of 84.54, fo
express / Posted 2 days ago
Irish pupils made the greatest improvements, with an average score of 84.54, followed by those in England at 76.56. Scots recorded 68.82 with Welsh pupils scoring 68.56. Professor Topping, who specialises in education and social research,... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Lucy Bronze hails England’s defensive strength after victory over Spainwho used it to greater effect, netting early through Fran Kirby before Jodie Ta
EveningTimes Online / Posted 2 days ago
who used it to greater effect, netting early through Fran Kirby before Jodie Taylor followed her hat-trick against the Scots with a late effort. A lot of rain, a lot of shouting, a lot of pointing.. but 3 points and a clean sheet ????... Read more
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Football.co.uk
Lucy Bronze hails England's defensive strength after victory over Spainwho used it to greater effect, netting early through Fran Kirby before Jodie Ta
Football.co.uk / Posted 2 days ago
who used it to greater effect, netting early through Fran Kirby before Jodie Taylor followed her hat-trick against the Scots with a late effort. While Sampson would probably like his team to be in control of the ball for longer periods as the... Read more
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Western Advocate
Wednesday, July 9Bathurst when...You can pronounce Bathurst. No, it's not Barth-Hurst. It's Bath
Western Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
Bathurst when...You can pronounce Bathurst. No, it's not Barth-Hurst. It's Bath-ist (or even Baff-ist if you prefer). The Scots School Bathurst equestrian team demonstrated their skills, commitment and school values at one of the largest... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Lucy Bronze hails England’s defensive strength after victory over Spainwho used it to greater effect, netting early through Fran Kirby before Jodie Ta
Oxford Mail / Posted 2 days ago
who used it to greater effect, netting early through Fran Kirby before Jodie Taylor followed her hat-trick against the Scots with a late effort. A lot of rain, a lot of shouting, a lot of pointing.. but 3 points and a clean sheet ????... Read more
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Gazette
Lucy Bronze hails England’s defensive strength after victory over Spainwho used it to greater effect, netting early through Fran Kirby before Jodie Ta
Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
who used it to greater effect, netting early through Fran Kirby before Jodie Taylor followed her hat-trick against the Scots with a late effort. A lot of rain, a lot of shouting, a lot of pointing.. but 3 points and a clean sheet ????... Read more
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guardian-series
Lucy Bronze hails England’s defensive strength after victory over Spainwho used it to greater effect, netting early through Fran Kirby before Jodie Ta
guardian-series / Posted 2 days ago
who used it to greater effect, netting early through Fran Kirby before Jodie Taylor followed her hat-trick against the Scots with a late effort. A lot of rain, a lot of shouting, a lot of pointing.. but 3 points and a clean sheet ????... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Lucy Bronze hails England’s defensive strength after victory over Spainwho used it to greater effect, netting early through Fran Kirby before Jodie Ta
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
who used it to greater effect, netting early through Fran Kirby before Jodie Taylor followed her hat-trick against the Scots with a late effort. A lot of rain, a lot of shouting, a lot of pointing.. but 3 points and a clean sheet ????... Read more
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Harrow Times
Lucy Bronze hails England’s defensive strength after victory over Spainwho used it to greater effect, netting early through Fran Kirby before Jodie Ta
Harrow Times / Posted 2 days ago
who used it to greater effect, netting early through Fran Kirby before Jodie Taylor followed her hat-trick against the Scots with a late effort. A lot of rain, a lot of shouting, a lot of pointing.. but 3 points and a clean sheet ????... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Lucy Bronze hails England’s defensive strength after victory over Spainwho used it to greater effect, netting early through Fran Kirby before Jodie Ta
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 2 days ago
who used it to greater effect, netting early through Fran Kirby before Jodie Taylor followed her hat-trick against the Scots with a late effort. A lot of rain, a lot of shouting, a lot of pointing.. but 3 points and a clean sheet ????... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Lucy Bronze hails England’s defensive strength after victory over Spainwho used it to greater effect, netting early through Fran Kirby before Jodie Ta
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 2 days ago
who used it to greater effect, netting early through Fran Kirby before Jodie Taylor followed her hat-trick against the Scots with a late effort. A lot of rain, a lot of shouting, a lot of pointing.. but 3 points and a clean sheet ????... Read more
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The Champaign News-Gazette
This day in history, July 24, 2017July 24, the 205th day of 2017. There are 160 days left in the year. Today's h
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
July 24, the 205th day of 2017. There are 160 days left in the year. Today's highlight: On July 24, 1567, Mary, Queen of Scots was forced to abdicate by Scottish nobles in favor of her infant son James, who became King of Scotland at the age of... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
What's on: 10 things to do in Northern Ireland this weekis no better way of rounding off a day visiting the famous Nine Glens of Antrim
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
is no better way of rounding off a day visiting the famous Nine Glens of Antrim, than to take in Cairncastle Ulster Scots Bluegrass & Folk cross community Festival held in the Halfway House Hotel. The evenings feature international bands... Read more
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