Whodunit? It could be you – The Unsolved crime Festival at Haddo

This weekend sees budding Morses, Grissoms and Taggarts get their chance to be involved in solving crimes as the first Unsolved crime and mystery festival takes place at Haddo House, by Methlick. The festival runs from tomorrow until Sunday, with events taking place at Haddo and also at Fyvie Castle, where special mystery tours will take place. Get MORE Press and Journal Published: 18/10/2012
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Charity established in memory of tragic Kayleigh

Oct 14 2012 by Neil McKay, Sunday Sun THE legacy of a tragic toddler who died months after being diagnosed with an incurable brain tumour lives on with a charity established to help other families with terminally ill children. And on Saturday night the memory of Kayleigh Cordiner, two, will be honoured in her mum’s home town of Peterlee, County Durham. Kayleigh, of Oldmeldrum, Aberdeenshire, fell asleep peacefully at home in the arms of parents Jonathan and Anna in June…
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Meldrum teen to sing at Open Mike

Open mike Regionals: Talented teen, Mary, hopes to make it through to the finals taking place in London in January, 2013. Picture: Susann Brown Published on Thursday 4 October 2012 11:47 A MELDRUM teenager has set her sights on getting through to the National finals of the Open Mike competition after earning a place in the Regionals. Mary Wilson (15) will head to Glasgow later this month to sing for a coveted place at the London Finals next January. Mary…
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NEW LOCAL OFFERING OF NATURALLY REARED TURKEYS

The Michie family have been farming at Lochend of Barra, Oldmeldrum, for around 80 years.  We have an arable farm and we are also producing free range turkeys. At Lochend of Barra we have specially selected to grow the Wirral and Hockenhull Black as these breeds love to forage naturally and when hung provide a richer flavour than other breeds. Our Turkeys are grown slowly to full maturity and enjoy roaming our fertile land where they eat natural vegetation, grass, along…
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