Peeblesshire


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Peeblesshire

(ˈpiːbəlzˌʃɪə; -ʃə)
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(Placename) (until 1975) a county of SE Scotland, now part of Scottish Borders. Also called: Tweeddale
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Castle Craig Hospital in Peeblesshire, a county in Scotland, has opened a program to help 'crypto addicts' in its facility, which provides treatments for addictions to alcohol, drugs and gambling, reports Sky News.
"There have been very few of his paintings sold on the open market in the recent past so we are expecting it to be of considerable interest." Mr Howe, who lived from 1780 to 1836, was from Skirling in Peeblesshire, Scotland, and was best known as an animal painter.
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Jimmy freed her before raising the alarm in West Linton, Peeblesshire.
Rhonda Howitt at snowbound Broughton Ales in Peeblesshire said: "We can't deliver anything and we're not producing anything either as none of the staff are in."
This is the ninth volume in the Buildings of Scotland series and surveys the historic counties of Berwickshire, Peeblesshire, Roxburghshire and Selkirkshire.
Sculptor Angela Hunter, 61, from Innerleithen, Peeblesshire, began working on the bronze tribute when the commentator retired in 2002.
GB&I: Benn Barham (Kings Hill, Kent), Jonathan Barnes (Ampfield, Hants), Nicolas Brennan (Bowood, Wilts), David Callaway (Milford, Surrey), Graham Fox (Clydeway Golf, Glasgow), Daniel Greenwood (Forest Pines, Lincs), Scott Henderson (Kings Links, Aberdeenshire), Greig Hutcheon (Banchory, Kincardineshire), Richard Wallis (Walmer & Kingsdown, Kent), Gareth Wright (West Linton, Peeblesshire).
The singer, 51, has been indulging in beauty treatments at five-star Stobo Castle, Peeblesshire, and in Benidorm after months of hard work.
He was more than 100mph over the limit when he was caught by police on the A702 at Dolphinton in Peeblesshire.
He shares the pot with Andrew Nicol from Peeblesshire after amassing 220 points in finding five winners last week, one fewer than last year, with Golden Jubilee winner Art Connoisseur the clincher.
Paul Donoghue, 29, Leon Walker, 27, and Michael Imrie, 23, all of Edinburgh, and James Clark, 26, of West Linton, Peeblesshire, pleaded guilty last week to behaviour likely to incite disorder.