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- Story of the Celts: The Celts of Ireland
- The Celts of Ireland [ 33 ] The Celts arrived in Ireland by 350 B.C (some say earlier) and they thrive there to this day. A claim might be made that the Celtic Irish are among the world's oldest nationality groups. Despite periods when foreigners tried in...
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- New Comrie committee to oversee plans for St Kessog's Square
- At the meeting, Session Clerk Murray Lauchlan gave assurances that St Kessog's Square would remain for generations, owned locally by the Kirk Session of Comrie Parish Church. He explained a covenant had been placed on the title deeds stipulating that ...
- Residents in Balloch play their part in shaping village's future during workshop
- Visits to Vale of Leven Academy, Levenvale, Haldane and St Kessog's Primary Schools and to Haldane Youth Services have already taken place to get young people's views on the future of Balloch. A meeting with local businesses, including a wide range of ...
- Suggestions welcome on disbursement of cash for Comrie's Bumblebee Square
- Money raised previously to buy the Square is no longer required after Comrie Parish Church secured the site, now known as St Kessog's Square, following a donation from an anonymous benefactor. A spokesperson for Friends of the Square said: “On ...
- On this day 520AD: Feast of St Kessog
- Kessog later travelled to Scotland to become a missionary bishop, and based himself at Monks' Island in Loch Lomond, spending most of his time active in Lennox and south Perthshire. He evangelised the area around Monks' Island, before being martyred ...
- Sadness as St Kessog's janitor to move on
- The kids from St Kessog's need familiarity when they're going through such a big upheaval.