Celebrating St. Andrew's Day with Traditional Scotch Broth
Scotch Broth, a traditional Scottish soup recipe, often served for St Andrew's Day festivities, is a wonderful and hearty winter soup that can keep you warm even on the coldest days.
Glen Sannox, Arran
www.photoboxgallery.com/gallery/photo?photo_id=4058238544 This dramatic and beautiful glen has a good footpath that follows the Sannox Burn up into the mountains. The sides of the glen are littered with massive rocks - torn up and deposited by glaciers millenia ago.
Travelling Troupes 1920 - New Pavilion, Ayr
New Pavilion, Ayr. As concert parties evolved from open air performances to the more sophisticated summer shows, 'Pavilion Theatres' sprang up across the country. This type of theatre building made not only artistic, but also economic sense, as the organisers could present their shows irrespective of the weather. The New Pavilion on the Scottish South West coastal town of Ayr is indicative of the type of theatre being built during the 1920s. Special Collections Reference: STA PP 54