Banffshire


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Banffshire

(ˈbæmfˌʃɪə; -ʃə)
n
(Placename) (until 1975) a county of NE Scotland: formerly (1975–96) part of Grampian region, now part of Aberdeenshire
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BY DAVID MACKAY The outgoing Lord Lieutenant of Banffshire has paid tribute to the people of the county as she steps down from the post after 17 years.
The Queen has named Mr Christopher Andrew Crawford Simpson as Her Majesty's Lord Lieutenant for Banffshire to succeed Mrs Clare Russell, CVO, who retired on August 4.
M2 PRESSWIRE-August 9, 2019-: Queen appoints Lord-Lieutenant for Banffshire: 9 August 2019
Now a modern-day mobile telecoms row has broken out in the Banffshire village of Pennan where the film was shot.
He states: "James Gordon Bennett was born into poverty at Enzie (pronounced Eenie), a hamlet near Buckie in Banffshire, Scotland, in 1792.
Stanley, of Buckie in Banffshire, said: "I am preparing a study of the Alvis works and workforce from its beginnings in 1919 until its destruction on November 14/15, 1940 and wonder if anybody can please help me.
Kaye, from Buckie in Banffshire, said: "I never thought I'd become a mum.
Locals have known for years that the Banffshire Coast offers wonderful conditions for water sports but now the secret is out.
The A939 Cockbridge to Tomintoul road in Banffshire was still closed yesterday afternoon as police tried to find out what happened.
William Betts, 21, of Aberlour, Banffshire, whose sister Leah died after taking an ecstasy tablet on her 18th birthday, pleaded guilty to having unlawful sex in a car park with a 14-year-old girl in June this year.
Heat 5 Saturday-Wednesday Sido Watt, Banffshire; Panagiotis Ioannou, Newmarket; Paul Smith, Slough, Berkshire; Kelsey Bonnett, Sunbury, Middlesex; Howard Robson, Hexham, Northumberland; David Moore, Runcorn, Cheshire; Roy Stammers, Congresbury, Bris-tol; John Knotts, Kilbirnie, North Ayrshire; Alan Biddle, Caerleon, Gwent; Brendan Ryan, Portmarnock, County Dublin.
During her time in office, Mrs Russell held countless events to celebrate community groups and volunteers as well as leading a campaign for signs reading Historic Banffshire to be erected on roads leading to the county.