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a slope or hillside

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The helicopter was transporting crew and cargo between different platforms in the Brae field, and Bristow said it completed its mission without further incident.
But there's something which today's youth never had and which money cannot buy - a childhood on Paisley's Gleniffer Braes.
Amateur photographer Margaret, who retired from her hairdressing salon in 2003, said: "In September 2015 I was asked if I'd like to put together an exhibition of photography in Moat Brae in time for the Christmas light switch on.
The public fundraising campaign was spearheaded by Joanna Lumley, patron of the Peter Pan Moat Brae Trust, who said: "The moment you step into Moat Brae you understand why J.M.
An PS8 million fundraising effort by the Peter Pan Moat Brae Trust - of which Lumley is patron - allowed the property to be turned into Scotland's new National Centre for Story Telling and Children's Literature.
Alternative routes will be via Ferniebank Brae, Blairforkie Drive, A9 Henderson Street, Well Road, Sunnylaw Road and vice versa.
Radoswlaw Marczac appeared at Hamilton Sheriff Court last week and pleaded not guilty to a threatening behaviour charge at an address in Birkshaw Brae.
Orchard Brae's "green master plan" for the housing, retail and business development between Calderbank and Carnbroe includes the retention of the Woodhall and Faskine woodlands.
The upshot of it all was that Rural Brae retained his unbeaten career record while Skywalker Tuco, arguably the fastest dog in the competition, also qualified for next weekend's final after a major scare.
As information sources for primary aged children go, Skara Brae in the 'Prehistoric Britain' series by Raintree Press ticks all the new curriculum boxes.
has invested into Brae Burn Construction, a Houston-based commercial builder, to expand its capabilities into the healthcare, industrial, education and retail markets, the company said.
Pupils at Brae Street | | The Victorians introduced a wave of reforms, including compulsory education in 1870.
The transaction has also boosted Taqa's interests in the Brae area, the Sage gas pipeline and Forties-Brae and Forties-Braemar oil pipelines.