This weekend we celebrate what is undoubtedly the most important event of the year. People will be milling about dressed in Red, White and Blue; both tiaras and jewelery will be in abundance, and a party atmosphere will be evident in the streets all around town. I, amongst many, admire these people for doing what they do year in, year out, giving up their time and energy for little or no reward to themselves, but solely for the benefit of others. We, as a company, have made our small contribution to the festivities and hope that you will join us by making your own contributions to this ‘special event’. Continue reading
Unfortunately we have not had a great deal of success so far with our weekly “Where’s Waves?” competition, having had very few entries during the 5 weeks that it has been running. We have therefore decided to give it a rest until we come up with a better format or idea which will gain us a lot more interest. I appreciate, however, that some of our regulars enjoy the challenge the we set, especially those of you who are not resident in the North East of Scotland, and for this reason, I am posting this one “Just for Fun”, with no prizes on offer. The answer will be announced on Wednesday as usual.
Last week’s winner was Nigalius from St. Cyrus, who was to only person to correctly identify Rattray as the answer. Well done Nigel…I will sort out your prize shortly.
If you would like to enter this week’s ‘For Fun’ competition, please try to identify the town or village in which the photo below was taken and comment this post with “Waves have been to”.. followed by the name of the town or village. The correct comments will be revealed at noon on Wednesday.
News on the future of the competition will be posted as soon as I have further information.