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Strathpeffer » Strathpeffer History » Strathpeffer Events » Strathpeffer Heights Heritage Exhibition Sept 2001

Strathpeffer Heights Heritage Exhibition Sept 2001

In September of the year 2001, a group of 'Heights Folk' worked together to mount an exhibition in the Achterneed Hall, Heights, Strathpeffer. It was an outstanding success. The photographs from the Heights Heritage Exhibition have been divided into several photograph albums to make it easier to view.
"Topsie" Chisholm, Grace and Donald Aird
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Strathpeffer WW1

Strathpeffer WW1

The photos in this album are from the Ross-shire Journal during the 1914-1918 War. Newspaper copies had been deposited with Dingwall Museum but over the years had become rather fragile and were in danger of disintegrating and so it was felt that this valuable record should not be lost.
Grant F P, L Corp, Salisbury Ex Strathpeffer
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Strathpeffer War Memorial

Strathpeffer War Memorial

The war memorial photographs on this site were originally the work of Mr John W Bruce. He has subsequently developed the website http://www.rosswarmemorials.org.uk which gives much more detail.
Fodderty War Memorial - following refurbishment