Lockerbie

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Lockerbie

(ˈlɒkəbɪ)
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(Placename) a town in SW Scotland, in Dumfries and Galloway: scene (1988) of the UK's worst air disaster when a passenger jet (Pan Am flight 103) was brought down by a terrorist bomb, killing 270 people, including eleven residents of the town. Pop: 4009 (2001)
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Best Working Hunter: Champion: Anna Sloan, Bishopcleugh, Lockerbie - Dalton P Novice: 1 Mrs Ruth Hastings, Laggan Burn Farm, Dumfries - Ruby Glow - Sarah Hastings; 2 Krystal Anderson, Kirk Cottage, Tundergarth - Chocolate - Krystal Anderson; 3 Julie Thompson, Culgroat Farm, Stoneykirk - Currvaranagh Pie - Erin Thompson Best Working Hunter: 1st 517 Anna Sloan; 2 Samantha Cloy, Marshside Cottage, Lochanhead - Noble Credit Crunch; 3 Fiona Anderson, Kirk Cottage, Tundergarth - Plan B Mountain & Moorland Working Hunter Pony: Champion: Mrs Kate McQueen, 4 Howgarth, Powfoot - Drummin JJ Junior.
Krystal Anderson met the group at the summit after riding her white horse, named Rebel, from Tundergarth, as she carried the Lockerbie Standard.
The pair, just 21 and 20 at the time, hitched a lift to Lockerbie from their homes in Brydekirk, nine miles away, to comb the hills for possible survivors at Tundergarth, where the cockpit of the 747 lay.
Topping the sale at PS1290 was a Limousin bullock from Messrs G & E Halliday, Crawthat, Tundergarth. Heifers sold to PS1210 from Messrs I & C Richardson, Purdomstone.
TORN APART The nose cone landed on Tundergarth Hill, overlooking the town
Boulanger attended a symbolic interment in Lockerbie, and subsequently the dedication of the Memorial Room at Tundergarth Church.
The nose cone of the huge jet ploughed into the earth a short distance from a beautiful stone church at Tundergarth.
REMEMBERING: Members of the congregation attend a wreath-laying ceremony at the Garden of Remembrance in Tundergarth to mark the 20th anniversary of the Lockerbie air disaster PICTURE: Danny Lawson/PA
Members of the congregation attend a wreath laying ceremony at the Garden of Remembrance in Tundergarth.; The nose section of the Pan-Am Jet.
The congregation take part in a wreath-laying ceremony at the Garden of Remembrance, in Tundergarth, to mark 20 years since the Lockerbie air disaster Picture: DANNY LAWSON; The crashed jet
Members of the congregation attend a wreath-laying ceremony at the Garden of Remembrance in Tundergarth to mark the 20th anniversary of the Lockerbie air disaster.; Susan Neal stands in front of a stained glass window in Lockerbie Town Hall, depicting the flags of all the nations which lost citizens during the Lockerbie disaster.; The plane wreck lies in a field.
There will be a wreathlaying and ecumenical service at Dryfesdale Parish church and a vigil at Tundergarth Church, near where the nose cone landed.