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17-year-old Gregor Graham Wins Highland Open Golf Championship

Blairgowrie’s own Gregor Graham, aged 17, stole the championship after winning with a 6 & 4 over Pitlochry Country player Willy Hutton. Graham says he’s been playing since he can’t really remember, having been coming to the Pitlochry Golf course since he was nine or ten, he described todays victory as ‘great’, especially for his …

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Thank You NHS Spitfire Soars Through Highland Perthshire’s Skies

Shooting over Britain’s hospitals yesterday, the ‘Thank U NHS Spitfire PL983 ‘L’ danced over crowds cheering on pilot John Romain. Perth Royal Infirmary was the first to watch the plane race through the sky bearing its proud message under its belly, followed by the Murray Royal Hospital around twenty-five past ten in the morning. After …

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Birnam Arts Crowdfunder Launches – #SaveBirnamArts

Audio – James Irvine, Birnam Arts general manager explains what the Crowdfunder involves and why this year its so important. As so many venues around the country, the past months have been an impossibility for typical day to day activity and the future remains uncertain as COVID spikes throughout the UK. Highland Perthshires own Birnam …

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Cross Tay Link Road ‘Must Go Ahead To Protect Future Growth Of Perth City Region’

Perthshire Chamber of Commerce warned that the planned Cross Tay Link Road (CTLR) must go ahead to protect the future growth of Perth city region beyond the Covid-19 pandemic.

Senior business leaders are concerned that the £118m infrastructure project is at risk as Perth and Kinross Council gets ready to meet later this month to fix its budget, including major capital projects.

The Magic of Christmas

New Christmas experience at Pitlochry Festival Theatre promises adventure for all ages

Christmas joy will be more important than ever this year so the teams at Pitlochry Festival Theatre and OnFife have put their heads together to make sure COVID-19 – unlike the Grinch – does not steal Christmas! The result is The Magic of Christmas, a WONDER-filled, promenade Christmas experience like never before – launching 27 November and …

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