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Abdie Curling House given ‘B’ listing

Club members at their AGM.

Club members at their AGM.

Abdie Curling Club held its 2014 AGM in the Cree’s Inn, Abernethy, last week, where one of the topics on the agenda was the recent ‘B’ listing given by Historic Scotland to the club’s Curling House near Lindores Loch, one of only two such stone built structures in existence. Abdie Curling Club was founded in 1831, and is one of only 12 remaining clubs that established the Grand Caledonian Curling Club in 1838. Pictured are members of the club. Seated, from left, are Keith Rose, secretary; Jim Stirrat, pond master; Andy Messenger, president; Willie Monks, treasurer.

Abdie Curling Club recently held its 2014 AGM in the Cree’s Inn, Abernethy, where one of the topics on the agenda was the recent ‘B’ listing given by Historic Scotland to the club’s Curling House near Lindores Loch, one of only two such stone built structures in existence.

Abdie Curling Club was founded in 1831, and is one of only 12 remaining clubs that established the Grand Caledonian Curling Club in 1838.

Pictured are members of the club. Seated, from left, are Keith Rose, secretary; Jim Stirrat, pond master; Andy Messenger, president; Willie Monks, treasurer.

 

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