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Victoria Infirmary Staff Dance965 viewsA group at a Helensburgh Victoria Infirmary staff dance attended by some 70 people in the Ardencaple Hotel, Rhu, in February 1966. From left are Nurse Mrs Glover, Mr Shearer, Matron Miss Cairns, and Nurse Mrs Shearer, and Bill Glover, chief ambulance controller at the Vale of Leven Hospital.
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Lions Carnival948 viewsMiss Great Britain, Jennifer Gurley, is with Helensburgh Lions Club members Provost J.McLeod Williamson and Alan Wylie at the Lions Club's Carnival and Donkey Derby in East King Street Park in July 1968. In the background is another Lions Club member, Stewart Walker.
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Helensburgh Amateur Operatic Society942 viewsMembers of Helensburgh Amateur Operatic Society before a performance in the Victoria Hall in the late 1950s-early 1960s. Front (from left): celloist Rosemary Gillies, Mrs Erskine, conductor Arthur Brocklebank, violinist Mary Gray, violinist Mrs R.Paterson, pianist Doris Bryden; standing: unknown professional drummer, trumpeter Frank O'Donnell, unknown, unknown, bass Robert McLaren, clarinet/sax Johnny Campbell, Peter Reece, unknown, Mr Erskine. Image supplied by Lorraine Cavana.
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Rotary 30th Birthday931 viewsMembers of Helensburgh Rotary Club and guests attend a 30th anniversary dinner in the Rosslea Hall Hotel, Rhu, on October 21 1994. Seated are Jack Quinlan, Angus Wylie and Willie Mickel. Among those standing are David Arthur, Walter Bryden, Gordon Hattle, Denis Taylor, Mel McDonald, Craig Jeffrey, Gordon Burgess and Rex Cook.
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VADs and Red Cross 1925-29928 viewsIn this period both Junior and Senior teams of local VADs and Red Cross won the County Cup and Shield. The lady with medals is Miss Ellis Napier of Cardross. Image supplied by Jenny Sanders.
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Mardon House Outing906 viewsResidents and staff from Mardon House, Helensburgh, pictured at Garelochhead Army Camp in October 1991, supporting nurses who were taking part in a charity assault course.
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3rd Helensburgh Scouts 1956896 viewsBack: D.Cairns, A.Glendye, N.McLeod, J.Thomson, ?, G.Snedden, ?, ?, K.Mercer, R.McLean; next: I.Allan, W.Clelland, P.Devenny, G.Tran, A.Brabender, W.Wilson, F.Gilmour, W.Freeland, C.Sutherland, T.Allan, ?, J.West, Ian McLeod, T.Wright, ?; seated: G.Marsland, G.Cleary, Iain McLeod, W.Campbell, J.Steel, I.Sutherland, J.D.McKerrel, A.Wright, S.Douglas, A.Wright, W.Harvey, R.Higgins, A.Tran; front: I.Cairns, I.Mercer, ?, A.Thomson, I.Donaldson, J.Douglas. Photo by Bill Benzie, supplied by Gordon Tran.
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Helensburgh Toastmistress Club883 viewsMembers of Helensburgh Toastmistress Club are pictured with guest speaker Jack House, a well known Glasgow journalist, on the lawn in front of the Queen's Hotel prior to their annual luncheon. Image date unknown.
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Last Kirking of the Council860 viewsThe last Provost of Helensburgh, Norman M.Glen CBE, leads the Bailies and members of Helensburgh Town Council to Old and St Andrew's Church (now West Kirk) in Colquhoun Square for the final annual Kirking of the Council service in the spring of 1975 before the council disappeared in the reform of local government. Image by Stewart Noble.
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Heather Day859 viewsSupporters of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children take a Heather Day collection in Colquhoun Square in September 1918. The message of the trays reads: “Send Good Luck to your Friends at the Front”.
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Helensburgh Red Cross858 viewsMembers of Helensburgh Red Cross at a lecture in the Red Cross Hall in East Princes Street in February 1969. The man on the left is the late Ian Macneil who was involved with both the Red Cross and St Andrew's Ambulance Association in the local area for many years. The boy is Billy Irvine, at that time a Hermitage Primary School pupil aged about 10.
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Clan Colquhoun Pipe Band852 viewsThe Helensburgh-based Clan Colquhoun Pipe Band outside Clyde Street School in 1952. Back: Jimmy Simpson, Ian Laurie, Dougie Martin, Tommy Williams, Malcolm Gilmour, Mick Thrule, Jimmy Martin; front: Pipe Major Archie McNicol, John Cameron, Robert Toole, Andy Clark, Tom McDougall, Jim Gunn. Two members missing from the picture were A.McLean and John Boyle.
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