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Oor Millie -- update

Remember back in the summer we recorded Oor Miilie’s arrival in Dunbar? Well, she’s since been in Cromwell Harbour while Neil Brunton and his crew have fettled her during the last few months, even over Christmas when we were at home watching TV and eating.

After some final “sortin’ oot” in Broadhaven on the maintenance bay, she’s been pronounced “shipshape and Dunbar fashion” and has now joined the fishing fleet.

Good Luck Neil, for 2020 and beyond…...

Photo by Kenny Maule

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In October Dunbar Castle was the subject of a film made by Arte*, fronted by Dunbar's well-known historian, Roy Pugh, who explained the story of Black Agnes, the castle's many French connections over the centuries and the 'Auld Alliance'. Filming took place at the Battery on Lamer Island, probably the main site used to deploy Edward III's catapults during the siege between January and June 1338. The film's release date is not yet decided but we'll let you know! It should eventually be available free online

*  Arte is a major film company based in Strasbourg which makes cultural films and documentaries, drama, pop, arts, science and news. https://www.arte.tv/sites/en/corporate/what-we-do/

Photos by George Wilson

Click <READ MORE> to see 'Roy on the Rocks'

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Ocean Crest looked super with sparkly Christmas lights reflecting in the water.

Nice work, guys.

Photo by Kenny Maule

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