News

FRIENDLY PROTEST AT NEW YEAR SWIM

01/01/2011

THE annual New Year Swim at Rhu Marina at noon on January 1 2011 raised a record £1,183 for the local RNLI station. ...more

RECORD NE'ERDAY SWIM

01/01/2009

A record number of swimmers took the plunge at Helensburgh's annual New Year's Day Swim. ...more

ROTARY AIDS POLIOPLUS

14/11/2008

HELENSBURGH Rotary Club staged a Folk Night at the Victoria Halls in aid of the Rotary International charity, PolioPlus. ...more

ROTARY YOUNG CHEF OF THE YEAR

16/09/2008

Ben Gibson was the winner of the first Helensburgh Rotary Club Young Chef of the Year competition held at Hermitage Academy. ...more

NEW ROTARY PRESIDENT

01/07/2008

Helensburgh Rotary Club has a new president for the rotary year 2008-9. ...more

LONDON GALLERY UPLOADED

05/01/2008

A selection of pictures taken in the Hyde Park area of London has been uploaded in a new gallery entitled London. ...more

NEW LOCH LOMOND PICTURES

24/08/2007

A series of pictures taken on the shore in front of the Lodge on Loch Lomond at Luss have been added to the Loch Lomond gallery. ...more

APPIN PICTURES

01/08/2007

New pictures taken of Lismore from Port Appin, and Castle Stalker, near Appin, uploaded to the Scottish Views gallery ...more

FIRST LADY MEMBER

26/06/2007

Helensburgh Rotary Club now has its first lady member. ...more

ART EXHIBITION OPENS

23/03/2007

The Helensburgh Heritage Trust exhibition to commemorate the centenary of the birth of local artist Gregor Ian Smith was formally opened by Councillor Billy Petrie, convener of Argyll and Bute Council. ...more

JOINT ROTARY BURNS SUPPER

19/01/2007

Helensburgh Rotary Club and Helensburgh Garelochside Rotary Clubs held a Joint Burns Supper in the Rosslea Hall Hotel, Rhu. ...more

FAREWELL TO BUSINESS BOSS

08/12/2006

Mrs Betty Arbuthnott, chief executive of Dumbarton training providers Tell Training Ltd., retired after a long and successful business, initially with her first husband Charles McCrea in the electrical business Charles McCrea Ltd., and then with Tell Training, heading the business after Mr McCrea's death. ...more

PRINCESS ROYAL AT LUSS

14/11/2006

HRH The Princess Royal visited the Luss rescue boat station to name the new rescue boat St John. Crew members and local residents met the Princess, and the boat — paid for by the Order of St John — was put through its paces. See 'Princess in Luss' gallery.

MAJOR GIFT TO CHARITY

12/09/2006

Helensburgh Retailers Association chose UK Talking Newspaper Week to make a presentation to Headline Helensburgh, Scotland's oldest talking newspaper for the blind and otherwise visually handicapped. ...more