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In 2008, the Airth 10 pilot well in PEDL133 was pilot tested for six months and demonstrated continuous gas production of >200,000scf/day from approximately 1000m of connected coal despite difficult operational conditions related to well completion design.
Fresh food continues to be a growth category and we are supporting Spar retailers by holding Fit for Fresh events," said Gordon Airth, trading controller for temperature controlled.
The blurred image appeared from nowhere as pictures were being taken during a wedding at historic Airth Castle, Stirlingshire.
It is this part of the Year of the Veteran that Lesley Anne Airth is trying to touch with her book What We Remember.
SCOTLAND: Superbreak (08705 992993) has two nights' accommodation in the four-star Radisson SAS Airth Castle with breakfast and dinner for pounds 140.
Hughes, 33, of 89 Bangor Road, admitted assaulting Samuel Daly by punching and kicking him on the head and body at the Airth Castle Hotel, Stirlingshire, on July 1 this year.
Tour spokesman Alain Airth said: ``Return to the Forbidden Planet is back with a brand new cast, a revitalised set and some sensational new special effects to take everyone on a breathtaking journey towards the millennium.
Pam Shambra, Alexandra Airth, Anne Marie Moiso, Sandra Pheffer
Valentine's sweethearts may like to know that an Airth hotel is in the running to be named the most romantic wedding venue of the year.
We have teamed up with Hotel Connexions and Airth Castle Hotel, to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a luxury two-night stay.
The pets, worth pounds 700 each, belonged to neighbours Andrew Boyd, 51, and his wife Wilma of Airth, Stirlingshire, who called police.
Retailers would have fewer deliveries and less paper work, said Spar fresh foods controller Gordon Airth.
Speakers will include senior analyst Sarah Baker on the possible impact of Brexit; SRUC senior agricultural economist StevenThomson, who will explain the current political debates in Holyrood and Airth Castle is a stop on a Brexit road show for farmers next week.