Monday, 28 September 2009

King Fisher at Barry Mill - By Phyllis Anderson

Having twice caught a tantalising glimpse of vivid blue which could only have been a kingfisher, I came a step closer to seeing one on Thursday evening. While walking the faithful mutts on the path past the pond, a familiar blue flash shot past and flew up the middle of the burn before landing on a branch hanging over the burn. Perhaps next time I should take the binoculars I was given for just such an occasion. No picture I am afraid so one from the archive.

Saturday, 26 September 2009

A very successful car boot sale!

Well done to everyone involved in making today's car boot sale very successful. With over 40 cars set up bright and early to make the most of a beautiful day. A big thank you as well to everyone who came along to sell and buy. Many thanks also go out to Angus Council with whom we arranged for use of the old Kinloch school site.

Saturday, 19 September 2009

The sign is up!

Well done Phyllis for stringing and laminating with help from Jim. Lots of fun was had tying them up in the dark on Friday night with lots of puzzled looks from passers by.

Friday, 18 September 2009

Car Boot Sale

A reminder that the fundraising Car Boot Sale is on Saturday the 26th of September from 9am to 1pm, at the old Kinloch School in Carnoustie. To book a place email us at £5 paid in advance or £7 on the day.

Maintaining and developing Barry Mill requires support and volunteers. Send us an email, membership is just £5.

Thursday, 10 September 2009

Malcolm Le Maistre at - Music at the Mill

We will be posting some of the video highlights of the summer. Malcolm has been a big hit, here he is with one of his more serious songs.

Tuesday, 1 September 2009

Trust membership soares

A report in the Herald has detailed the recent rise in membership that has seen revenue rising at NTS. At Barry Mill we have seen a local people, visitors and those who are concerned about Scotland's heritage taking out membership. Read the report.