The Autumn 2011 issue of ‘Waterside Voices’ is now on release.
The latest edition of ‘Voices’ contains the usual mix of historical features and commentary by writers such as Jack Wallace who recalls ‘Memories of an outdoor life.’ John McCormack tells us about ‘The railway that nearly never was’ while Barry Chambers recalls his experiences with the Irish Cricket Team in ‘A passage to India.
Local historian and former teacher, Ken McCormack, tells us some sad stories in his ‘Tales of runaway horses.’
Isobel Arbuckle remembers stories of ‘Disasters - Home and Abroad;’ While Maisie Davies tells us of ‘Mysterious People.’
All this and more in another packed issue of Voices, get your copy now. Waterside Voices - Autumn 2011 is on sale priced £2.50 at newsagents as well as at Caw, Prehen, Drumahoe, Eglington.