Argyllshire


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Argyllshire

(ɑːˈɡaɪlˌʃɪə; -ʃə)
n
(Placename) (until 1975) a county of W Scotland, part of Strathclyde region (1975–96), now part of Argyll and Bute
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The Oban Games and Argyllshire Gathering proved more popular than ever yesterday with cruise ship passengers helping to swell visitor numbers.
When I married and had children we wanted to show them other parts of Scotland and in 1975 set off in our very old car with three little boys and a baby girl to a village called Carradale in Argyllshire.
Mrs Macintyre also had a daughter who was a state registered nurse and a son who worked with Argyllshire County Council.
A Reminiscent to this history, the name of the property, 'Argyle'derives from the province of Argyllshire, Scotland.
Pan's place Shepherd's Cottage on Eilean Shona, Argyllshire
A man came to their house at Glengilp, near Lochgilphead, Argyllshire, at 6pm on Friday and began threatening them, banging on their windows and doors.
"I was impressed and surprised at the quality of Bahrain's police band," said the veteran from Cambeltown, Argyllshire.
Second for me was Hurricane Jack, a 4.4% bitter from the Argyllshire outfit Fyne Ales.
Natasha Watson, pictured below, is an 18-year-old ballet dancer from Falkirk who studies at Ballet West, a ballet school in Argyllshire which has strong links with Northumbria University.