I have add some more photos to the ‘Recent’y Added Gallery’ thanks to Brenda Coyle and Billy Marr for these.
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I have added some photos to the Recently Added section of the BHPG website. http://benarty.org.uk/gallery3/index.php/Recently-Added/
Most of these photos come from John Ross, formally of Kirkland Park, Ballingry so thank you John.
If any of you have any old photos you’d like to share with others on the website please get in touch as I can scan photos you have or you can email them to me but get in touch and we’ll work something out. You can get in touch with me using the contact button on the website.
If you have visited the BHPG website recently you may have noticed the video gallery wasn’t working properly as a result I have changed the video player and the videos now work fine. I have also added two new videos, Ballingry, Lochore and Crosshill Children’s Gala 1955 and a video of the Queen visiting the Lurgi Gas Plant.
I hope you enjoy viewing these new additions and if you have any suggestions or comment please get in touch.
“COWDENBEATH & KELTY ECHO”
13 editions of the Cowdenbeath & Kelty Echo from 1900 have been added to the website and can be viewed by going to the menu button ‘A Wee Keek Back’ and then selecting Cowdenbeath & Kelty Echo Test Pages then select the edition you require.
These few digitised copies from the reels of 35mm Microfilms of this newspaper have been added to this site as an experiment, to find out if these PDF files are easily viewed by the people using this site.
Unfortunately, they are not searchable, but the reader should be able to browse them without any problem. Just as you would be able to browse the 35mm reels of microfilm held in the Dunfermline Central Library, by using their Microfilm Reader.
The thinking is that if this exercise/experiment does prove to be successful, it would therefore be a heck of a lot more convenient (and comfortable) for people to use this system of viewing the old newspapers than having to visit the Central Library in Dunfermline.
I really do need, and respectfully ask for, your feedback and comments on how this wee exercise works out.
If it works out OK, then I’ll put the rest of the pages of the West Fife Echo (and also The Dunfermline Journal) I have on this site, where they will be FREELY available to everyone and anyone with access to the internet.
PLEASE GIVE ME YOUR COMMENTS AND FEED BACK BY USING THE ‘CONTACT BUTTON ON THE MAIN BHPG WEBSITE!!
PLEASE HELP OUR RESEARCH
Are you a descendant of those listed below or do you know a living descendant relative who may be able to assist our research? Please pass on info to:-
David Blane, on 01592 721592 or e-mail: Flybasher@talktalk.net
Battle of Loose
James Black Black Watch
William Cochrane Gordon Highlanders
Charles Fraser Royal Scots
Peter Kerr Cameron Highlanders
Hugh McGuire Black Watch
William Napier Black Watch
William Reilly Black Watch
Andrew Steele Black Watch
John Winton Gordon Highlanders
These records may have been lost due to the bombing of London in WW2
ANY HELP OR LEADS WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED
BHPG are working with the Living Lomonds Landscape Partnership, LLLP, on the Inchgall Castle project in Lochore Meadows Country Park. In order to move forward with the project we need to raise money to help finance the work. If you’d like to contribute please use the link below to our Just Giving page.
New information regarding World War I and II fallen of the Benarty area has been added to the the website and can be viewed by going to the “More Historical Information” menu scroll down to War Information and then select from the sub menu on the right.
Cpl Hugh Kane DCM, MM & Bar has also been added to the Hall of Fame.
Thank you for continuing to use our website.