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Roy Bridge Late 70's
We both lived and worked in Roy Bridge in the late 70's.
Dave was an instructor at JSMTC Tulloch and Kath taught PE at both Roybridge and Spean Bridge.Although we now live in Cyprus we still have many friends in the area.We do visit from time to time and it's like coming home.
We wish you all success.
Posted by Dave and Kath Gerrard on 10 March 2016
Hello, my husband's mother and her sister were sent to Bohenie to be fostered by a brother and sister called John and Mary McKillop. This would have been in the late 1920s and 1930s. We don't think there were any family connections and wondered if this was a common practice of the times. The girls came from Glasgow . It would be wonderful if anyone knew anything about this as mum never spoke much about her childhood although we know this was a happy period of her life.
Posted by Ann Hughes on 09 July 2014
I have a feeling that we may have communicated before but perhaps it was another of Mary Mackillop's foster children. She had I understand quite a few over the years. Often they came via the Roman Catholic Church from the Glasgow area and were either orphans or were in difficult situations in their home life.
Posted by KateG on 18 September 2014
Chrissie Gallacher
Hello I stumbled on this site and was delighted. My mother Chrissie Gallacher and her brothers and sister stayed with the Kennedy family in what is now the bunk house in Roybridge. We were made very welcome there some years ago and taken into the house. My mother was so so pleased.Sadly she has passed away now but loved Roybridge all of her life.
Posted by Rachel Jenner on 07 January 2014
My uncle Angus remembers your uncle Joe. He was in the Lovat Scouts with him.
Posted by Hermione on 11 January 2014
How lovely sadly all the Gallachers have now passed, but, I remember Joe telling us stories about his time in the scouts.Nice to make contact with someone who remembers.Many thanks
Posted by Rachel Jenner on 12 January 2014
Cup n Cake Caf'e Roybridge Store
Dropped into the Caf'e on the way back to Carnoustie from visiting Skye. It was the weekend of horrendous weather (16th/18th August), gale force winds and torrential rain and since I was camping in a tent I decided I had had enough and would head on back home.
I looked into the Cup n Cake caf'e in Roybridge and had the best coffee and cream scones imaginable, after eating camp food for two days, this was pure bliss. I will return and I'm sure I will not be dissapointed.
Posted by The Rodmiester on 08 September 2013
Coffee and Tea
We had only a short stop in Roybridge in our way from Skye to Stirling.
But the Village shop with the small café is still in my mind: I ate the best Scones of my stay in Scotland.

A big thanks to the Baker!
Posted by Julia on 11 August 2013
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Best trip ever, thank you!
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