BUSY SATURDAY IN AND AROUND DUNOON
Written by DCR on 30/06/2014
So much going on here in and around Dunoon today and of course our very own DCR97.4FM Executive Producer Hamish Bear was out and about to record some of the events for his Web site page. The big event of the day was Paul Kerr’s Happy Dayz Clyde Charity Challenge when over fifty swimmers swam across the Clyde raising funds for their favourite Charities.
We also had Wally of “ Where’s Wally” fame making a public appearance when he joined Glasgow based Crime writer Gordon Brown who’s novels Catalyst Falling and 59 Minutes are very popular.
This was all to help celebrate the first day of National Book Week at Dunoon’s Bookpoint, Wally and author Gordon Brown were joined by Chloe and friends to chat to visitors to the store
DCR97.4FM Presenter Luke and Rupert were out at Blairmore entertaining and commentating on the Ardbeg Swamp Soccer World Cup in glorious sunshine and also out of town we had the annual opening of the Shore Gardens were members of the public are invited to visit some of the most interesting gardens in Cowal
Along with dozens of photographers including a TV film crew, Dcr’s and Observer photographer ITArchie get ready for Paul Kerr’s arrival
Hello Everyone ! Thanks for coming- Ooooo no– not those telly folk again.
OK Guy’s, I know it’s for the TV — but how long do you want to interview me for –every one is leaving and the soup is going cold.
AND JUST A COUPLE OF HOURS EARLIER
SEA TAXI TO CROSS THE CLYDE TO CLOCH LIGHTHOUSE STARTING POINT
BACKUP SEA TAXI
…………….MEANWHILE IN TOWN…………………………..
The Executive Producer Hamish Bear says hello to Chloe and friends outside Dunoon’s Bookpoint
Guess who found Wally
Fanfare for visiting author Gordon Brown
This will make you smile
AND NOW FOR SOMETHING DIFFERENT ….AFTER A CUP OF TEA and maybe some chips.
Your Host from DCR974.FM DJ LUKE and DJ RUPERT.
KEEPING EVERYONE INFORMED DJ RUPERT
Founder of Swamp Soccer Stewart Miller
And this is how they start off
ARDBEG SWAMP SOCCER WORLD CUP – LEAGUES
1 Team AK! , 2 Mudwatch 3 Shakhtar? I Hardly Know Her! 3 Balls Deep
5 Whitby Walruses 6 Steve Zahn & The Dirty Brutes 7 A League of Their Own
8 Deportivo Lack of Talent
9 Notso Athletic 10 Bruce’s Bogtrotters 11 The Strone Roses 12 FC Glenmorangers
13 Mud, Sweat & Beers 14 Ardbeg Distillery 15 Yipee Ki Yay Mucky Fudders
16 Aff Yer Heid 17 Erisim Istanbul
Apparently quite a hard plant to grow , not at No4 Swedish Houses garden –even a Wildlife pond
Bridging the Gaps at Blairemore’s Saltire House
Here a couple of Photo’s from Andy McClintock’s garden with some of his famous sculptures which proves the DCR97.4fm popular contributor has a good sense of humour