The ancient Trewel
Fair was revived for the Millenium and held for the the first time in
over 140 years at The Rannes Hall on 30th September. Mr JF Grant, Earlsfield
opened the Fair on a fine bright day, of which there have been few of
late. It was a great success with many people meeting old friends not
seen for many years. The vast display of old school and village photographs
created much discussion on who was, or was not, in them. Most of the
entries in the Poem Competition were also on display. The competition
was won by local man Wullie Reid. A number of local organisations held
fund raising activities in and around the marquee tent behind the Hall.
There were a good number of "car booters" present in the adjoining
site is dedicated to the memory of the men of the Parish of Kinnethmont
who died in both World Wars
It was first posted on Armistice Day 2000
Let those who come after see to it that their names be not forgotten.
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