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Transport (6 files)

20140627BubbleCar 1PR 
 Bubble car being auctioned tomorrow at Taylors Auction Rooms in Montrose
The 1959 BMW Isetta 300 which has only done 14,767 miles has 4 wheels, is right hand drive built under licence in Brighton registration VOY937 and comes complete with a sun roof .
the car is expected to fetch £15000.00 - £20000.00

Pic shows auction room assistant Sophie Sim and the Isetta 300

This Italian-designed Isetta microcar was built under licence in a number of different countries, including Spain, Belgium, France, Brazil, Germany, and the United Kingdom. Produced in the post-World War II years, a time when cheap short-distance transportation was most needed, it became one of the most successful and influential city cars ever created. Because of its egg shape and bubble-like windows, it became known as a ‘bubble car', a name later given to other similar vehicles.
With space for two and their luggage, the Isetta was perfect for the UK's urban and rural roads. In 1957, Isetta of Great Britain began producing 300 models at their factory in Brighton under licence from BMW. The British cars were right-hand drive with the door hinged from the right hand side of the car and the steering column moved across to the right as well. Being right-hand drive meant that the driver and engine were on the same side, so a counterweight was added to the left side to compensate. Lucas electrics replaced the German Hella and Bosch components, with a different headlamp housing being used. Girling brake components replaced the ATE brake parts.
In 1962, Isetta of Great Britain stopped production of the little cars but continued to produce Isetta engines until 1964.
The Isetta ‘Bubble Car' is surely the smallest car BMW will ever make! 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Isetta, BMW, car, Taylors Auction Rooms, Montrose, Angus, sale, transport, bubble car
20140627BubbleCar 2PR 
 Bubble car being auctioned tomorrow at Taylors Auction Rooms in Montrose
The 1959 BMW Isetta 300 which has only done 14,767 miles has 4 wheels, is right hand drive built under licence in Brighton registration VOY937 and comes complete with a sun roof .
the car is expected to fetch £15000.00 - £20000.00

Pic shows auction room assistant Sophie Sim and the Isetta 300

This Italian-designed Isetta microcar was built under licence in a number of different countries, including Spain, Belgium, France, Brazil, Germany, and the United Kingdom. Produced in the post-World War II years, a time when cheap short-distance transportation was most needed, it became one of the most successful and influential city cars ever created. Because of its egg shape and bubble-like windows, it became known as a ‘bubble car', a name later given to other similar vehicles.
With space for two and their luggage, the Isetta was perfect for the UK's urban and rural roads. In 1957, Isetta of Great Britain began producing 300 models at their factory in Brighton under licence from BMW. The British cars were right-hand drive with the door hinged from the right hand side of the car and the steering column moved across to the right as well. Being right-hand drive meant that the driver and engine were on the same side, so a counterweight was added to the left side to compensate. Lucas electrics replaced the German Hella and Bosch components, with a different headlamp housing being used. Girling brake components replaced the ATE brake parts.
In 1962, Isetta of Great Britain stopped production of the little cars but continued to produce Isetta engines until 1964.
The Isetta ‘Bubble Car' is surely the smallest car BMW will ever make! 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Isetta, BMW, car, Taylors Auction Rooms, Montrose, Angus, sale, transport, bubble car
20140627BubbleCar 3PR 
 Bubble car being auctioned tomorrow at Taylors Auction Rooms in Montrose
The 1959 BMW Isetta 300 which has only done 14,767 miles has 4 wheels, is right hand drive built under licence in Brighton registration VOY937 and comes complete with a sun roof .
the car is expected to fetch £15000.00 - £20000.00

Pic shows auction room assistant Sophie Sim and the Isetta 300

This Italian-designed Isetta microcar was built under licence in a number of different countries, including Spain, Belgium, France, Brazil, Germany, and the United Kingdom. Produced in the post-World War II years, a time when cheap short-distance transportation was most needed, it became one of the most successful and influential city cars ever created. Because of its egg shape and bubble-like windows, it became known as a ‘bubble car', a name later given to other similar vehicles.
With space for two and their luggage, the Isetta was perfect for the UK's urban and rural roads. In 1957, Isetta of Great Britain began producing 300 models at their factory in Brighton under licence from BMW. The British cars were right-hand drive with the door hinged from the right hand side of the car and the steering column moved across to the right as well. Being right-hand drive meant that the driver and engine were on the same side, so a counterweight was added to the left side to compensate. Lucas electrics replaced the German Hella and Bosch components, with a different headlamp housing being used. Girling brake components replaced the ATE brake parts.
In 1962, Isetta of Great Britain stopped production of the little cars but continued to produce Isetta engines until 1964.
The Isetta ‘Bubble Car' is surely the smallest car BMW will ever make! 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Isetta, BMW, car, Taylors Auction Rooms, Montrose, Angus, sale, transport, bubble car
20140627BubbleCar 4PR 
 Bubble car being auctioned tomorrow at Taylors Auction Rooms in Montrose
The 1959 BMW Isetta 300 which has only done 14,767 miles has 4 wheels, is right hand drive built under licence in Brighton registration VOY937 and comes complete with a sun roof .
the car is expected to fetch £15000.00 - £20000.00

Pic shows auction room assistant Sophie Sim and the Isetta 300

This Italian-designed Isetta microcar was built under licence in a number of different countries, including Spain, Belgium, France, Brazil, Germany, and the United Kingdom. Produced in the post-World War II years, a time when cheap short-distance transportation was most needed, it became one of the most successful and influential city cars ever created. Because of its egg shape and bubble-like windows, it became known as a ‘bubble car', a name later given to other similar vehicles.
With space for two and their luggage, the Isetta was perfect for the UK's urban and rural roads. In 1957, Isetta of Great Britain began producing 300 models at their factory in Brighton under licence from BMW. The British cars were right-hand drive with the door hinged from the right hand side of the car and the steering column moved across to the right as well. Being right-hand drive meant that the driver and engine were on the same side, so a counterweight was added to the left side to compensate. Lucas electrics replaced the German Hella and Bosch components, with a different headlamp housing being used. Girling brake components replaced the ATE brake parts.
In 1962, Isetta of Great Britain stopped production of the little cars but continued to produce Isetta engines until 1964.
The Isetta ‘Bubble Car' is surely the smallest car BMW will ever make! 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Isetta, BMW, car, Taylors Auction Rooms, Montrose, Angus, sale, transport, bubble car
20140627BubbleCar 5PR 
 Bubble car being auctioned tomorrow at Taylors Auction Rooms in Montrose
The 1959 BMW Isetta 300 which has only done 14,767 miles has 4 wheels, is right hand drive built under licence in Brighton registration VOY937 and comes complete with a sun roof .
the car is expected to fetch £15000.00 - £20000.00

Pic shows auction room assistant Sophie Sim and the Isetta 300

This Italian-designed Isetta microcar was built under licence in a number of different countries, including Spain, Belgium, France, Brazil, Germany, and the United Kingdom. Produced in the post-World War II years, a time when cheap short-distance transportation was most needed, it became one of the most successful and influential city cars ever created. Because of its egg shape and bubble-like windows, it became known as a ‘bubble car', a name later given to other similar vehicles.
With space for two and their luggage, the Isetta was perfect for the UK's urban and rural roads. In 1957, Isetta of Great Britain began producing 300 models at their factory in Brighton under licence from BMW. The British cars were right-hand drive with the door hinged from the right hand side of the car and the steering column moved across to the right as well. Being right-hand drive meant that the driver and engine were on the same side, so a counterweight was added to the left side to compensate. Lucas electrics replaced the German Hella and Bosch components, with a different headlamp housing being used. Girling brake components replaced the ATE brake parts.
In 1962, Isetta of Great Britain stopped production of the little cars but continued to produce Isetta engines until 1964.
The Isetta ‘Bubble Car' is surely the smallest car BMW will ever make! 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Isetta, BMW, car, Taylors Auction Rooms, Montrose, Angus, sale, transport, bubble car
20140627BubbleCar 6PR 
 Bubble car being auctioned tomorrow at Taylors Auction Rooms in Montrose
The 1959 BMW Isetta 300 which has only done 14,767 miles has 4 wheels, is right hand drive built under licence in Brighton registration VOY937 and comes complete with a sun roof .
the car is expected to fetch £15000.00 - £20000.00

Pic shows auction room assistant Sophie Sim and the Isetta 300

This Italian-designed Isetta microcar was built under licence in a number of different countries, including Spain, Belgium, France, Brazil, Germany, and the United Kingdom. Produced in the post-World War II years, a time when cheap short-distance transportation was most needed, it became one of the most successful and influential city cars ever created. Because of its egg shape and bubble-like windows, it became known as a ‘bubble car', a name later given to other similar vehicles.
With space for two and their luggage, the Isetta was perfect for the UK's urban and rural roads. In 1957, Isetta of Great Britain began producing 300 models at their factory in Brighton under licence from BMW. The British cars were right-hand drive with the door hinged from the right hand side of the car and the steering column moved across to the right as well. Being right-hand drive meant that the driver and engine were on the same side, so a counterweight was added to the left side to compensate. Lucas electrics replaced the German Hella and Bosch components, with a different headlamp housing being used. Girling brake components replaced the ATE brake parts.
In 1962, Isetta of Great Britain stopped production of the little cars but continued to produce Isetta engines until 1964.
The Isetta ‘Bubble Car' is surely the smallest car BMW will ever make! 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Isetta, BMW, car, Taylors Auction Rooms, Montrose, Angus, sale, transport, bubble car

Military (1 file)

Not marines
20130922Kylesku 113aPR 
 X Craft and 'Operation Source' memorial service at Kylesku in Sutherland to commemorate the 70th anniversary of one of the most courageous acts of World War II – the attack by Royal Navy midget submarines on the mighty German battleship, Tirpitz. 
The attack, which took place in a Norwegian fjord on 22 September 1943, was launched from Loch Cairnbawn, in Assynt one of the Scottish Lochs where training took place. 
The Six 50ft midget submarine known as an X Craft were too small for its four crew members to stand up in and were powered by a diesel engine from a London bus, three of the craft made it to their target the Tirpitz was crippled, and was never fully operational again.
Pic shows the last post being played at the ceremony with the loch behind which the mini-subs had headed along on their way to Norway
Pic Paul Reid. 
 Keywords: Angus Pictures, Paul Reid, 2013, Operation Source, mission, Second World War, 1943, x craft, midget submarine, Tirpitz, John Lorimer, Norway, German, Germany, navy, Loch Cairnbawn, Norway, fjord, Kylesku, cermony, memorial, Assynt, Scotland, Scottish, service, x sub, navy, war, naval

Military > Royal Marines (3 files)

Images of and pertaining to the Royal Marines particularly, but not exclusively, 45 Commando and Arbroath
20140702CondorMarines 10PR 
 Marines set off from RM Condor base in Arbroath on the final leg of 1664 Challenge marking 350th anniversary of the Royal Marines....
Throughout the duration of the Royal Marines 1664 Challenge more than 2,000 marines have taken part, but a core group of six will take part in the whole journey – day in/day out.
The six men have been drawn from the six main Royal Marine units:-
30 Cdo, 40 Cdo, 42 Cdo, 43 Cdo, 45 Cdo and the Commando Logistics Regiment.

The Royal Marines Corps was formed in 1664 and this year marks the 350th anniversary of that event.
To commemorate the historic occasion, the challenge was devised by Major Jon Clare and Lt Col Gary Green, that would test Royal Marines both physically, and mentally, and display the true commando spirit and determination to succeed.
The Royal Marines 1664 Challenge was the result – an event that covers over 4000 miles in a various countries by ski, sail, cycle, canoe and then by foot.
By the time the Royal Marines 1664 Challenge concludes with a marathon around London in July, more than 4,200 commandos will have taken part.
As well as celebrating the Corps’ 350th anniversary, the Royal Marines 1664 Challenge is hoping to raise £500,000 for the Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund (RMCTF) the overarching Royal Marines charity.

Pic shows one of the elite six chosen for the challenge...Marine Tom Barker from 45 Commando who has been part of the corps which has skied, paddled and run over 4000 miles for charity
.....pic Paul Reid

Marine Tom Barker, 19, joined the Royal Marines in November 2011, at the age of 16. He completed the 32 weeks of arduous Commando training to pass-out as a Royal Marines Commando, the youngest in his Troop, being awarded the Physical Training medal.

After pass-out Mne Barker was posted to 45 Commando RM, Arbroath,With them he has been deployed on COUGAR ’12, visiting Malta, France, Italy, and Albania, and CETUS ’13 (Norway). “I enjoy learning new skills when deployed: the more knowledge and experience I can gain the better soldier I can be, especially in challenging environments like the arctic”

Mne Barker has specialised within the Corps, joining the Mountain Leader branch. As an ML3 he has been trained in vertical assault, climbing, mountain movement, surveillance and reconnaissance. “I chose the ML branch because of the amount of responsibility that you’re given, the chance to learn new skills, and a personal interest in reconnaissance”

He comes from Carlisle, Cumbria, where he attended Morton School. At the age of 15 Mne Barker took part in the School’s annual 50 mile walking challenge: he ran the event in under 9 hours, marking him as a highly capable endurance athlete. “My teacher told me I should have a go at running the distance: I didn’t really know what I was doing, I just found a pace I felt comfortable with and kept going”. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, RM Condor, Arbroath, marine, 45 commando, charity, 1664 Challenge, Tom barker
20140702CondorMarines 11PR 
 Marines set off from RM Condor base in Arbroath on the final leg of 1664 Challenge marking 350th anniversary of the Royal Marines....
Throughout the duration of the Royal Marines 1664 Challenge more than 2,000 marines have taken part, but a core group of six will take part in the whole journey – day in/day out.
The six men have been drawn from the six main Royal Marine units:-
30 Cdo, 40 Cdo, 42 Cdo, 43 Cdo, 45 Cdo and the Commando Logistics Regiment.

The Royal Marines Corps was formed in 1664 and this year marks the 350th anniversary of that event.
To commemorate the historic occasion, the challenge was devised by Major Jon Clare and Lt Col Gary Green, that would test Royal Marines both physically, and mentally, and display the true commando spirit and determination to succeed.
The Royal Marines 1664 Challenge was the result – an event that covers over 4000 miles in a various countries by ski, sail, cycle, canoe and then by foot.
By the time the Royal Marines 1664 Challenge concludes with a marathon around London in July, more than 4,200 commandos will have taken part.
As well as celebrating the Corps’ 350th anniversary, the Royal Marines 1664 Challenge is hoping to raise £500,000 for the Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund (RMCTF) the overarching Royal Marines charity.

Pic shows one of the elite six chosen for the challenge...Marine Tom Barker from 45 Commando who has been part of the corps which has skied, paddled and run over 4000 miles for charity
.....pic Paul Reid

Marine Tom Barker, 19, joined the Royal Marines in November 2011, at the age of 16. He completed the 32 weeks of arduous Commando training to pass-out as a Royal Marines Commando, the youngest in his Troop, being awarded the Physical Training medal.

After pass-out Mne Barker was posted to 45 Commando RM, Arbroath,With them he has been deployed on COUGAR ’12, visiting Malta, France, Italy, and Albania, and CETUS ’13 (Norway). “I enjoy learning new skills when deployed: the more knowledge and experience I can gain the better soldier I can be, especially in challenging environments like the arctic”

Mne Barker has specialised within the Corps, joining the Mountain Leader branch. As an ML3 he has been trained in vertical assault, climbing, mountain movement, surveillance and reconnaissance. “I chose the ML branch because of the amount of responsibility that you’re given, the chance to learn new skills, and a personal interest in reconnaissance”

He comes from Carlisle, Cumbria, where he attended Morton School. At the age of 15 Mne Barker took part in the School’s annual 50 mile walking challenge: he ran the event in under 9 hours, marking him as a highly capable endurance athlete. “My teacher told me I should have a go at running the distance: I didn’t really know what I was doing, I just found a pace I felt comfortable with and kept going”. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, RM Condor, Arbroath, marine, 45 commando, charity, 1664 Challenge, Tom barker
20140702CondorMarines 12PR 
 Marines set off from RM Condor base in Arbroath on the final leg of 1664 Challenge marking 350th anniversary of the Royal Marines....
Throughout the duration of the Royal Marines 1664 Challenge more than 2,000 marines have taken part, but a core group of six will take part in the whole journey – day in/day out.
The six men have been drawn from the six main Royal Marine units:-
30 Cdo, 40 Cdo, 42 Cdo, 43 Cdo, 45 Cdo and the Commando Logistics Regiment.

The Royal Marines Corps was formed in 1664 and this year marks the 350th anniversary of that event.
To commemorate the historic occasion, the challenge was devised by Major Jon Clare and Lt Col Gary Green, that would test Royal Marines both physically, and mentally, and display the true commando spirit and determination to succeed.
The Royal Marines 1664 Challenge was the result – an event that covers over 4000 miles in a various countries by ski, sail, cycle, canoe and then by foot.
By the time the Royal Marines 1664 Challenge concludes with a marathon around London in July, more than 4,200 commandos will have taken part.
As well as celebrating the Corps’ 350th anniversary, the Royal Marines 1664 Challenge is hoping to raise £500,000 for the Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund (RMCTF) the overarching Royal Marines charity.

Pic shows one of the elite six chosen for the challenge...Marine Tom Barker from 45 Commando who has been part of the corps which has skied, paddled and run over 4000 miles for charity
.....pic Paul Reid

Marine Tom Barker, 19, joined the Royal Marines in November 2011, at the age of 16. He completed the 32 weeks of arduous Commando training to pass-out as a Royal Marines Commando, the youngest in his Troop, being awarded the Physical Training medal.

After pass-out Mne Barker was posted to 45 Commando RM, Arbroath,With them he has been deployed on COUGAR ’12, visiting Malta, France, Italy, and Albania, and CETUS ’13 (Norway). “I enjoy learning new skills when deployed: the more knowledge and experience I can gain the better soldier I can be, especially in challenging environments like the arctic”

Mne Barker has specialised within the Corps, joining the Mountain Leader branch. As an ML3 he has been trained in vertical assault, climbing, mountain movement, surveillance and reconnaissance. “I chose the ML branch because of the amount of responsibility that you’re given, the chance to learn new skills, and a personal interest in reconnaissance”

He comes from Carlisle, Cumbria, where he attended Morton School. At the age of 15 Mne Barker took part in the School’s annual 50 mile walking challenge: he ran the event in under 9 hours, marking him as a highly capable endurance athlete. “My teacher told me I should have a go at running the distance: I didn’t really know what I was doing, I just found a pace I felt comfortable with and kept going”. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, RM Condor, Arbroath, marine, 45 commando, charity, 1664 Challenge, Tom barker

GV General Views > Rural and Scenic views (15 files)

Calendar and postcard type images mainly of the countryside. Some farming pictures, but most are in industry
8193931 
 Memus is a small village in the Angus glens. It is home to the legendary Drovers' Pub, which doubles as the village post office. 
 Keywords: inn, pub, post, office, village, drovers, memus, angus
8193934 
 Memus is a small village in the Angus glens. It is home to the legendary Drovers' Pub, which doubles as the village post office.

Owner Ted Benfield with the original post office sign at his Drovers' Inn, Memus near Forfar 
 Keywords: inn, pub, post, office, village, drovers, memus, angus, ale
8193940 
 Memus is a small village in the Angus glens. It is home to the legendary Drovers' Pub, which doubles as the village post office.

Owner Ted Benfield with the original post office sign at his Drovers' Inn, Memus near Forfar 
 Keywords: inn, pub, post, office, village, drovers, memus, angus
8193942 
 Memus is a small village in the Angus glens. It is home to the legendary Drovers' Pub, which doubles as the village post office. 
 Keywords: inn, pub, post, office, village, drovers, memus, angus
8193947 
 Memus is a small village in the Angus glens. It is home to the legendary Drovers' Pub, which doubles as the village post office. 
 Keywords: inn, pub, post, office, village, drovers, memus, angus
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 General view of the village post office in Glamis, angus, scotland which is threatened with closure. Villagers and Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore are protesting 
 Keywords: Glamis post office closure protest countess strathmore
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 General view of the village post office in Glamis, angus, scotland which is threatened with closure. Villagers and Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore are protesting 
 Keywords: Glamis post office closure protest countess strathmore
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 General view of the village post office in Glamis, angus, scotland which is threatened with closure. Villagers and Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore are protesting 
 Keywords: Angus, Angus Pictures, Paul Reid, 2008, Glamis, Post Office, post, royal, Queen Mother
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 General view of the village post office in Glamis, angus, scotland which is threatened with closure. Villagers and Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore are protesting 
 Keywords: Glamis post office closure protest countess strathmore
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 General view of the village post office in Glamis, angus, scotland which is threatened with closure. Villagers and Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore are protesting 
 Keywords: Glamis post office closure protest countess strathmore
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 Glamis Post Office Closure. Glamis Post Office, which is threatened with closure, and is used regularly by Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore. The Queen Mother also used the Post Office throughout her life when she was at nearby Glamis Castle. Pic shows Katie the West Higland Terrier bemused as villagers gathered to protest against the closure 
 Keywords: Angus Glamis scotland Post Office Queen Mother
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 Glamis Post Office, which is threatened with closure, and is used regularly by Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore. The Queen Mother also used the Post Office throughout her life when she was at nearby Glamis Castle. Pic shows sign above post office 
 Keywords: Angus scotland Glamis Post Office royal, Queen Mother
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 Glamis post office closure. General view of post office and shop 
 Keywords: Angus scotland Glamis Post Office shop closure village
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 Glamis Post Office Closure. Sign outside the Post Office and shop 
 Keywords: Angus scotland Glamis Post Office shop closure village sign newspaper
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 Glamis Post Office Closure. General view of the shop and post office 
 Keywords: Angus scotland Glamis Post Office shop closure, village

Royalty, Politicians, Officials and notable people (18 files)

Persons in the public eye other than sportsmen and entertainment industry
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 Glamis Post Office, which is threatened with closure, and is used regularly by Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore. The Queen Mother also used the Post Office throughout her life when she was at nearby Glamis Castle. Pic shows Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore with villagers gathered to protest against the closure 
 Keywords: Angus scotland Glamis Post Office royal Queen Mother countess strathmore
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 Glamis Post Office, which is threatened with closure, and is used regularly by Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore. The Queen Mother also used the Post Office throughout her life when she was at nearby Glamis Castle. Pic shows Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore with villagers gathered to protest against the closure 
 Keywords: Angus scotland Glamis Post Office royal, Queen Mother countess strathmore
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 Glamis Post Office, which is threatened with closure, and is used regularly by Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore. The Queen Mother also used the Post Office throughout her life when she was at nearby Glamis Castle. Pic shows Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore(right) with villagers gathered to protest against the closure 
 Keywords: Angus scotland Glamis Post Office royal Queen Mother countess strathmore
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 Glamis Post Office, which is threatened with closure, and is used regularly by Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore. The Queen Mother also used the Post Office throughout her life when she was at nearby Glamis Castle. Pic shows Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore(right) chatting to one of the villagers gathered to protest against the closure 
 Keywords: Angus scotland Glamis Post Office royal, Queen Mother countess strathmore
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 Glamis Post Office, which is threatened with closure, and is used regularly by Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore. The Queen Mother also used the Post Office throughout her life when she was at nearby Glamis Castle. Pic shows Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore with villagers gathered to protest against the closure. Press photographers in background 
 Keywords: Angus scotland Glamis Post Office royal Queen Mother countess strathmore press photographers
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 Glamis Post Office, which is threatened with closure, and is used regularly by Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore. The Queen Mother also used the Post Office throughout her life when she was at nearby Glamis Castle. Pic shows Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore with villagers gathered to protest against the closure 
 Keywords: Angus Glamis scotland Post Office royal Queen Mother countess strathmore
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 Glamis Post Office, which is threatened with closure, and is used regularly by Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore. The Queen Mother also used the Post Office throughout her life when she was at nearby Glamis Castle. Pic shows Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore with villagers gathered to protest against the closure 
 Keywords: Angus Glamis Post Office royal Queen Mother countess strathmore
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 Glamis Post Office, which is threatened with closure, and is used regularly by Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore. The Queen Mother also used the Post Office throughout her life when she was at nearby Glamis Castle. Pic shows Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore with villagers gathered to protest against the closure 
 Keywords: Angus scotland Glamis Post Office royal Queen Mother Countess Strathmore
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 Glamis Post Office, which is threatened with closure, and is used regularly by Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore. The Queen Mother also used the Post Office throughout her life when she was at nearby Glamis Castle. Pic shows Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore with Post Office proprieter Hugh Nicoll 
 Keywords: Angus Glamis scotland Post Office royal Queen Mother
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 Glamis Post Office, which is threatened with closure, and is used regularly by Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore. The Queen Mother also used the Post Office throughout her life when she was at nearby Glamis Castle. Pic shows Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore at the gate of the house she styed in for may years with the post office earmarked for closure behind.

.Pic:Paul Reid/Angus Pictures 
 Keywords: Angus Glamis scotland Post Office royal Queen Mother
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 Glamis Post Office Closure. Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore (right) with L to R: Bill Dugan, Elizabeth McKee, Eileen Dougan,and the oldest villagers Dorothy Keith and Bertha Gaffney sitting in the tearoom attached to the post office. Bertha was born in the same room in 1927 
 Keywords: Angus scotland Glamis Post Office closure village Countess of Strathmore Mary villagers
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 Glamis Post Office Closure. Dorothy Keith sitting the tearoom attached to the post office. Dorothy was born in the same room in 1927 
 Keywords: Angus scotland Glamis Post Office closure village dorothy keith
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 Glamis Post Office Closure. Dorothy Keith sitting the tearoom attached to the post office. Dorothy was born in the same room in 1927 
 Keywords: Angus scotland Glamis Post Office closure village dorothy keith
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 Glamis Post Office Closure. Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore (centre) with the oldest villagers Bertha Gaffney(left) and Dorothy Keith sitting the tearoom attached to the post office. Dorothy was born in the same room in 1927 
 Keywords: Angus scotland Glamis Post Office closure village Countess Strathmore Mary dorothy keith bertha gaffney
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 Glamis Post Office Closure. Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore (centre) with the oldest villagers Bertha Gaffney(left) and Dorothy Keith sitting the tearoom attached to the post office. Dorothy was born in the same room in 1927 
 Keywords: Angus scotland Glamis Post Office closure village Countess Strathmore Mary dorothy keith bertha gaffney
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 Glamis Post Office ClosureMary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore (right) with the oldest villager Bertha Gaffney outside the post office and shop . Bertha was born in 1927 in a house which is now the tea room attached to the post office 
 Keywords: Angus scotland post Office closure village Countess Strathmore Mary Bertha Gaffney
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 Glamis Post Office ClosureMary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore (right) with the oldest villager Bertha Gaffney outside the post office and shop . Bertha was born in 1927 in a house which is now the tea room attached to the post office 
 Keywords: Angus scotland Glamis Post Office closure village Countess Strathmore Mary Bertha Gaffney
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 Glamis Post Office Closure. Countess of Strathmore with Bill Dugan infront of post office 
 Keywords: Angus Glamis scotland Post Office closure Countess Strathmore Mary Bill Dugan

Sport football (28 files)

Scottish Football
20101002Will 10PR 
 Funeral of David Will CBE at Brechin Cathederal; Angus; Honorary FIFA Vice-President David Will CBE; an immensely popular figure within the game; passed away; aged 72; after a battle with a long illness; leaving the Scottish football and FIFA communities in mourning.; Will was born in Edzell; just outside Brechin on Scotland's east coast on 22 November 1936. He immediately developed a passion for football and although an injury sustained while skiing curtailed his burgeoning amateur career; it did not end his involvement with the sport - an involvement that he would relish throughout his life. He was awarded a CBE for his services to football in 2002.; Will's ascent within football took him through posts at the Forfarshire Football Association; President of the Scottish Football Association; UEFA Executive Committee member. A member of the Board of Appeal for the FIFA competitions as of 1987; he joined the FIFA Executive Committee in 1990; in the role of FIFA Vice-President; replacing Harry H. Cavan.; He left the Executive Committee in May 2007 after 17 years at FIFA where among many other functions he was Chairman of the Referees Committee; Chairman of the Players Status Committee; Chairman of the Committee for Legal Matters and member of the Bureau for the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany™. Until recently; he was Chairman of the FIFA Ticketing Sub-Committee.; "His passion for football was nothing short of extraordinary,” said FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter. The decades of loyal service he devoted to the work of the Scottish football Association, UEFA and FIFA have a far-reaching impact on the game at all levels and will never be forgotten."; At the FIFA Congress in Zurich on 31 May 2007 he was made an Honorary Vice-President of FIFA having won considerable respect for his dignity; ingenuity and love of the game.

Pic shows Michel Platini-President of UEFA after the service
Pic:Paul Reid/Angus Pictures 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, David Will, CBE, solicitor, FIFA, Brechin, cathederal, football, soccer, sport
20101002Will 11PR 
 Funeral of David Will CBE at Brechin Cathederal; Angus; Honorary FIFA Vice-President David Will CBE; an immensely popular figure within the game; passed away; aged 72; after a battle with a long illness; leaving the Scottish football and FIFA communities in mourning.; Will was born in Edzell; just outside Brechin on Scotland's east coast on 22 November 1936. He immediately developed a passion for football and although an injury sustained while skiing curtailed his burgeoning amateur career; it did not end his involvement with the sport - an involvement that he would relish throughout his life. He was awarded a CBE for his services to football in 2002.; Will's ascent within football took him through posts at the Forfarshire Football Association; President of the Scottish Football Association; UEFA Executive Committee member. A member of the Board of Appeal for the FIFA competitions as of 1987; he joined the FIFA Executive Committee in 1990; in the role of FIFA Vice-President; replacing Harry H. Cavan.; He left the Executive Committee in May 2007 after 17 years at FIFA where among many other functions he was Chairman of the Referees Committee; Chairman of the Players Status Committee; Chairman of the Committee for Legal Matters and member of the Bureau for the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany™. Until recently; he was Chairman of the FIFA Ticketing Sub-Committee.; "His passion for football was nothing short of extraordinary,” said FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter. The decades of loyal service he devoted to the work of the Scottish football Association, UEFA and FIFA have a far-reaching impact on the game at all levels and will never be forgotten."; At the FIFA Congress in Zurich on 31 May 2007 he was made an Honorary Vice-President of FIFA having won considerable respect for his dignity; ingenuity and love of the game.

Pic shows Michel Platini-President of UEFA after the service
Pic:Paul Reid/Angus Pictures 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, David Will, CBE, solicitor, FIFA, Brechin, cathederal, football, soccer, sport
20101002Will 12PR 
 Funeral of David Will CBE at Brechin Cathederal; Angus; Honorary FIFA Vice-President David Will CBE; an immensely popular figure within the game; passed away; aged 72; after a battle with a long illness; leaving the Scottish football and FIFA communities in mourning.; Will was born in Edzell; just outside Brechin on Scotland's east coast on 22 November 1936. He immediately developed a passion for football and although an injury sustained while skiing curtailed his burgeoning amateur career; it did not end his involvement with the sport - an involvement that he would relish throughout his life. He was awarded a CBE for his services to football in 2002.; Will's ascent within football took him through posts at the Forfarshire Football Association; President of the Scottish Football Association; UEFA Executive Committee member. A member of the Board of Appeal for the FIFA competitions as of 1987; he joined the FIFA Executive Committee in 1990; in the role of FIFA Vice-President; replacing Harry H. Cavan.; He left the Executive Committee in May 2007 after 17 years at FIFA where among many other functions he was Chairman of the Referees Committee; Chairman of the Players Status Committee; Chairman of the Committee for Legal Matters and member of the Bureau for the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany™. Until recently; he was Chairman of the FIFA Ticketing Sub-Committee.; "His passion for football was nothing short of extraordinary,” said FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter. The decades of loyal service he devoted to the work of the Scottish football Association, UEFA and FIFA have a far-reaching impact on the game at all levels and will never be forgotten."; At the FIFA Congress in Zurich on 31 May 2007 he was made an Honorary Vice-President of FIFA having won considerable respect for his dignity; ingenuity and love of the game.

Pic shows Michel Platini-President of UEFA after the service
Pic:Paul Reid/Angus Pictures 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, David Will, CBE, solicitor, FIFA, Brechin, cathederal, football, soccer, sport
20101002Will 13PR 
 Funeral of David Will CBE at Brechin Cathederal; Angus; Honorary FIFA Vice-President David Will CBE; an immensely popular figure within the game; passed away; aged 72; after a battle with a long illness; leaving the Scottish football and FIFA communities in mourning.; Will was born in Edzell; just outside Brechin on Scotland's east coast on 22 November 1936. He immediately developed a passion for football and although an injury sustained while skiing curtailed his burgeoning amateur career; it did not end his involvement with the sport - an involvement that he would relish throughout his life. He was awarded a CBE for his services to football in 2002.; Will's ascent within football took him through posts at the Forfarshire Football Association; President of the Scottish Football Association; UEFA Executive Committee member. A member of the Board of Appeal for the FIFA competitions as of 1987; he joined the FIFA Executive Committee in 1990; in the role of FIFA Vice-President; replacing Harry H. Cavan.; He left the Executive Committee in May 2007 after 17 years at FIFA where among many other functions he was Chairman of the Referees Committee; Chairman of the Players Status Committee; Chairman of the Committee for Legal Matters and member of the Bureau for the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany™. Until recently; he was Chairman of the FIFA Ticketing Sub-Committee.; "His passion for football was nothing short of extraordinary,” said FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter. The decades of loyal service he devoted to the work of the Scottish football Association, UEFA and FIFA have a far-reaching impact on the game at all levels and will never be forgotten."; At the FIFA Congress in Zurich on 31 May 2007 he was made an Honorary Vice-President of FIFA having won considerable respect for his dignity; ingenuity and love of the game.

Pic shows Michel Platini-President of UEFA with Jerome Valcke-Secretary General of UEFA after the service
Pic:Paul Reid/Angus Pictures 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, David Will, CBE, solicitor, FIFA, Brechin, cathederal, football, soccer, sport
20101002Will 14PR 
 Funeral of David Will CBE at Brechin Cathederal; Angus; Honorary FIFA Vice-President David Will CBE; an immensely popular figure within the game; passed away; aged 72; after a battle with a long illness; leaving the Scottish football and FIFA communities in mourning.; Will was born in Edzell; just outside Brechin on Scotland's east coast on 22 November 1936. He immediately developed a passion for football and although an injury sustained while skiing curtailed his burgeoning amateur career; it did not end his involvement with the sport - an involvement that he would relish throughout his life. He was awarded a CBE for his services to football in 2002.; Will's ascent within football took him through posts at the Forfarshire Football Association; President of the Scottish Football Association; UEFA Executive Committee member. A member of the Board of Appeal for the FIFA competitions as of 1987; he joined the FIFA Executive Committee in 1990; in the role of FIFA Vice-President; replacing Harry H. Cavan.; He left the Executive Committee in May 2007 after 17 years at FIFA where among many other functions he was Chairman of the Referees Committee; Chairman of the Players Status Committee; Chairman of the Committee for Legal Matters and member of the Bureau for the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany™. Until recently; he was Chairman of the FIFA Ticketing Sub-Committee.; "His passion for football was nothing short of extraordinary,” said FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter. The decades of loyal service he devoted to the work of the Scottish football Association, UEFA and FIFA have a far-reaching impact on the game at all levels and will never be forgotten."; At the FIFA Congress in Zurich on 31 May 2007 he was made an Honorary Vice-President of FIFA having won considerable respect for his dignity; ingenuity and love of the game.

Pic shows Michel Platini-President of UEFA with Jerome Valcke-Secretary General of UEFA after the service
Pic:Paul Reid/Angus Pictures 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, David Will, CBE, solicitor, FIFA, Brechin, cathederal, football, soccer, sport
20101002Will 15PR 
 Funeral of David Will CBE at Brechin Cathederal; Angus; Honorary FIFA Vice-President David Will CBE; an immensely popular figure within the game; passed away; aged 72; after a battle with a long illness; leaving the Scottish football and FIFA communities in mourning.; Will was born in Edzell; just outside Brechin on Scotland's east coast on 22 November 1936. He immediately developed a passion for football and although an injury sustained while skiing curtailed his burgeoning amateur career; it did not end his involvement with the sport - an involvement that he would relish throughout his life. He was awarded a CBE for his services to football in 2002.; Will's ascent within football took him through posts at the Forfarshire Football Association; President of the Scottish Football Association; UEFA Executive Committee member. A member of the Board of Appeal for the FIFA competitions as of 1987; he joined the FIFA Executive Committee in 1990; in the role of FIFA Vice-President; replacing Harry H. Cavan.; He left the Executive Committee in May 2007 after 17 years at FIFA where among many other functions he was Chairman of the Referees Committee; Chairman of the Players Status Committee; Chairman of the Committee for Legal Matters and member of the Bureau for the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany™. Until recently; he was Chairman of the FIFA Ticketing Sub-Committee.; "His passion for football was nothing short of extraordinary,” said FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter. The decades of loyal service he devoted to the work of the Scottish football Association, UEFA and FIFA have a far-reaching impact on the game at all levels and will never be forgotten."; At the FIFA Congress in Zurich on 31 May 2007 he was made an Honorary Vice-President of FIFA having won considerable respect for his dignity; ingenuity and love of the game.

Pic shows Jerome Valcke-Secretary General of UEFA(centre) after the service
Pic:Paul Reid/Angus Pictures 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, David Will, CBE, solicitor, FIFA, Brechin, cathederal, football, soccer, sport
20101002Will 16PR 
 Funeral of David Will CBE at Brechin Cathederal; Angus; Honorary FIFA Vice-President David Will CBE; an immensely popular figure within the game; passed away; aged 72; after a battle with a long illness; leaving the Scottish football and FIFA communities in mourning.; Will was born in Edzell; just outside Brechin on Scotland's east coast on 22 November 1936. He immediately developed a passion for football and although an injury sustained while skiing curtailed his burgeoning amateur career; it did not end his involvement with the sport - an involvement that he would relish throughout his life. He was awarded a CBE for his services to football in 2002.; Will's ascent within football took him through posts at the Forfarshire Football Association; President of the Scottish Football Association; UEFA Executive Committee member. A member of the Board of Appeal for the FIFA competitions as of 1987; he joined the FIFA Executive Committee in 1990; in the role of FIFA Vice-President; replacing Harry H. Cavan.; He left the Executive Committee in May 2007 after 17 years at FIFA where among many other functions he was Chairman of the Referees Committee; Chairman of the Players Status Committee; Chairman of the Committee for Legal Matters and member of the Bureau for the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany™. Until recently; he was Chairman of the FIFA Ticketing Sub-Committee.; "His passion for football was nothing short of extraordinary,” said FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter. The decades of loyal service he devoted to the work of the Scottish football Association, UEFA and FIFA have a far-reaching impact on the game at all levels and will never be forgotten."; At the FIFA Congress in Zurich on 31 May 2007 he was made an Honorary Vice-President of FIFA having won considerable respect for his dignity; ingenuity and love of the game.

Pic shows SFA Chief Exec Gordon Smith chatting to Michel Platini-President of UEFA after the service
Pic:Paul Reid/Angus Pictures 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, David Will, CBE, solicitor, FIFA, Brechin, cathederal, football, soccer, sport
20101002Will 17PR 
 Funeral of David Will CBE at Brechin Cathederal; Angus; Honorary FIFA Vice-President David Will CBE; an immensely popular figure within the game; passed away; aged 72; after a battle with a long illness; leaving the Scottish football and FIFA communities in mourning.; Will was born in Edzell; just outside Brechin on Scotland's east coast on 22 November 1936. He immediately developed a passion for football and although an injury sustained while skiing curtailed his burgeoning amateur career; it did not end his involvement with the sport - an involvement that he would relish throughout his life. He was awarded a CBE for his services to football in 2002.; Will's ascent within football took him through posts at the Forfarshire Football Association; President of the Scottish Football Association; UEFA Executive Committee member. A member of the Board of Appeal for the FIFA competitions as of 1987; he joined the FIFA Executive Committee in 1990; in the role of FIFA Vice-President; replacing Harry H. Cavan.; He left the Executive Committee in May 2007 after 17 years at FIFA where among many other functions he was Chairman of the Referees Committee; Chairman of the Players Status Committee; Chairman of the Committee for Legal Matters and member of the Bureau for the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany™. Until recently; he was Chairman of the FIFA Ticketing Sub-Committee.; "His passion for football was nothing short of extraordinary,” said FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter. The decades of loyal service he devoted to the work of the Scottish football Association, UEFA and FIFA have a far-reaching impact on the game at all levels and will never be forgotten."; At the FIFA Congress in Zurich on 31 May 2007 he was made an Honorary Vice-President of FIFA having won considerable respect for his dignity; ingenuity and love of the game.

FIFA's Leonard Johansson crying on the shoulder of David's wife Margaret after the service
Pic:Paul Reid/Angus Pictures 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, David Will, CBE, solicitor, FIFA, Brechin, cathederal, football, soccer, sport
20101002Will 18PR 
 Funeral of David Will CBE at Brechin Cathederal; Angus; Honorary FIFA Vice-President David Will CBE; an immensely popular figure within the game; passed away; aged 72; after a battle with a long illness; leaving the Scottish football and FIFA communities in mourning.; Will was born in Edzell; just outside Brechin on Scotland's east coast on 22 November 1936. He immediately developed a passion for football and although an injury sustained while skiing curtailed his burgeoning amateur career; it did not end his involvement with the sport - an involvement that he would relish throughout his life. He was awarded a CBE for his services to football in 2002.; Will's ascent within football took him through posts at the Forfarshire Football Association; President of the Scottish Football Association; UEFA Executive Committee member. A member of the Board of Appeal for the FIFA competitions as of 1987; he joined the FIFA Executive Committee in 1990; in the role of FIFA Vice-President; replacing Harry H. Cavan.; He left the Executive Committee in May 2007 after 17 years at FIFA where among many other functions he was Chairman of the Referees Committee; Chairman of the Players Status Committee; Chairman of the Committee for Legal Matters and member of the Bureau for the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany™. Until recently; he was Chairman of the FIFA Ticketing Sub-Committee.; "His passion for football was nothing short of extraordinary,” said FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter. The decades of loyal service he devoted to the work of the Scottish football Association, UEFA and FIFA have a far-reaching impact on the game at all levels and will never be forgotten."; At the FIFA Congress in Zurich on 31 May 2007 he was made an Honorary Vice-President of FIFA having won considerable respect for his dignity; ingenuity and love of the game.

Pic shows Michel Platini-President of UEFA with Jerome Valcke-Secretary General of UEFA and FIFA's Leonard Johansson(left) after the service
Pic:Paul Reid/Angus Pictures 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, David Will, CBE, solicitor, FIFA, Brechin, cathederal, football, soccer, sport
20101002Will 19PR 
 Funeral of David Will CBE at Brechin Cathederal; Angus; Honorary FIFA Vice-President David Will CBE; an immensely popular figure within the game; passed away; aged 72; after a battle with a long illness; leaving the Scottish football and FIFA communities in mourning.; Will was born in Edzell; just outside Brechin on Scotland's east coast on 22 November 1936. He immediately developed a passion for football and although an injury sustained while skiing curtailed his burgeoning amateur career; it did not end his involvement with the sport - an involvement that he would relish throughout his life. He was awarded a CBE for his services to football in 2002.; Will's ascent within football took him through posts at the Forfarshire Football Association; President of the Scottish Football Association; UEFA Executive Committee member. A member of the Board of Appeal for the FIFA competitions as of 1987; he joined the FIFA Executive Committee in 1990; in the role of FIFA Vice-President; replacing Harry H. Cavan.; He left the Executive Committee in May 2007 after 17 years at FIFA where among many other functions he was Chairman of the Referees Committee; Chairman of the Players Status Committee; Chairman of the Committee for Legal Matters and member of the Bureau for the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany™. Until recently; he was Chairman of the FIFA Ticketing Sub-Committee.; "His passion for football was nothing short of extraordinary,” said FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter. The decades of loyal service he devoted to the work of the Scottish football Association, UEFA and FIFA have a far-reaching impact on the game at all levels and will never be forgotten."; At the FIFA Congress in Zurich on 31 May 2007 he was made an Honorary Vice-President of FIFA having won considerable respect for his dignity; ingenuity and love of the game.

FIFA Vice President Jack Warner after the service
Pic:Paul Reid/Angus Pictures 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, David Will, CBE, solicitor, FIFA, Brechin, cathederal, football, soccer, sport
20101002Will 1PR 
 Funeral of David Will CBE at Brechin Cathederal; Angus; Honorary FIFA Vice-President David Will CBE; an immensely popular figure within the game; passed away; aged 72; after a battle with a long illness; leaving the Scottish football and FIFA communities in mourning.; Will was born in Edzell; just outside Brechin on Scotland's east coast on 22 November 1936. He immediately developed a passion for football and although an injury sustained while skiing curtailed his burgeoning amateur career; it did not end his involvement with the sport - an involvement that he would relish throughout his life. He was awarded a CBE for his services to football in 2002.; Will's ascent within football took him through posts at the Forfarshire Football Association; President of the Scottish Football Association; UEFA Executive Committee member. A member of the Board of Appeal for the FIFA competitions as of 1987; he joined the FIFA Executive Committee in 1990; in the role of FIFA Vice-President; replacing Harry H. Cavan.; He left the Executive Committee in May 2007 after 17 years at FIFA where among many other functions he was Chairman of the Referees Committee; Chairman of the Players Status Committee; Chairman of the Committee for Legal Matters and member of the Bureau for the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany™. Until recently; he was Chairman of the FIFA Ticketing Sub-Committee.; "His passion for football was nothing short of extraordinary,” said FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter. The decades of loyal service he devoted to the work of the Scottish football Association, UEFA and FIFA have a far-reaching impact on the game at all levels and will never be forgotten."; At the FIFA Congress in Zurich on 31 May 2007 he was made an Honorary Vice-President of FIFA having won considerable respect for his dignity; ingenuity and love of the game.

Pic shows Andy Roxburgh-UEFA Technical Director and David Mitchell with Michel Platini-President of UEFA arriving at the ceremony
Pic:Paul Reid/Angus Pictures 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, David Will, CBE, solicitor, FIFA, Brechin, cathederal, football, soccer, sport
20101002Will 20PR 
 Funeral of David Will CBE at Brechin Cathederal; Angus; Honorary FIFA Vice-President David Will CBE; an immensely popular figure within the game; passed away; aged 72; after a battle with a long illness; leaving the Scottish football and FIFA communities in mourning.; Will was born in Edzell; just outside Brechin on Scotland's east coast on 22 November 1936. He immediately developed a passion for football and although an injury sustained while skiing curtailed his burgeoning amateur career; it did not end his involvement with the sport - an involvement that he would relish throughout his life. He was awarded a CBE for his services to football in 2002.; Will's ascent within football took him through posts at the Forfarshire Football Association; President of the Scottish Football Association; UEFA Executive Committee member. A member of the Board of Appeal for the FIFA competitions as of 1987; he joined the FIFA Executive Committee in 1990; in the role of FIFA Vice-President; replacing Harry H. Cavan.; He left the Executive Committee in May 2007 after 17 years at FIFA where among many other functions he was Chairman of the Referees Committee; Chairman of the Players Status Committee; Chairman of the Committee for Legal Matters and member of the Bureau for the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany™. Until recently; he was Chairman of the FIFA Ticketing Sub-Committee.; "His passion for football was nothing short of extraordinary,” said FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter. The decades of loyal service he devoted to the work of the Scottish football Association, UEFA and FIFA have a far-reaching impact on the game at all levels and will never be forgotten."; At the FIFA Congress in Zurich on 31 May 2007 he was made an Honorary Vice-President of FIFA having won considerable respect for his dignity; ingenuity and love of the game.

Pic shows mourners including Michel Platini-President of UEFA
Pic:Paul Reid/Angus Pictures 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, David Will, CBE, solicitor, FIFA, Brechin, cathederal, football, soccer, sport
20101002Will 21PR 
 Funeral of David Will CBE at Brechin Cathederal; Angus; Honorary FIFA Vice-President David Will CBE; an immensely popular figure within the game; passed away; aged 72; after a battle with a long illness; leaving the Scottish football and FIFA communities in mourning.; Will was born in Edzell; just outside Brechin on Scotland's east coast on 22 November 1936. He immediately developed a passion for football and although an injury sustained while skiing curtailed his burgeoning amateur career; it did not end his involvement with the sport - an involvement that he would relish throughout his life. He was awarded a CBE for his services to football in 2002.; Will's ascent within football took him through posts at the Forfarshire Football Association; President of the Scottish Football Association; UEFA Executive Committee member. A member of the Board of Appeal for the FIFA competitions as of 1987; he joined the FIFA Executive Committee in 1990; in the role of FIFA Vice-President; replacing Harry H. Cavan.; He left the Executive Committee in May 2007 after 17 years at FIFA where among many other functions he was Chairman of the Referees Committee; Chairman of the Players Status Committee; Chairman of the Committee for Legal Matters and member of the Bureau for the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany™. Until recently; he was Chairman of the FIFA Ticketing Sub-Committee.; "His passion for football was nothing short of extraordinary,” said FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter. The decades of loyal service he devoted to the work of the Scottish football Association, UEFA and FIFA have a far-reaching impact on the game at all levels and will never be forgotten."; At the FIFA Congress in Zurich on 31 May 2007 he was made an Honorary Vice-President of FIFA having won considerable respect for his dignity; ingenuity and love of the game.

David Will's coffin followed by family memebers including his wife Margaret(yellow scarf)
Pic:Paul Reid/Angus Pictures 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, David Will, CBE, solicitor, FIFA, Brechin, cathederal, football, soccer, sport
20101002Will 22PR 
 Funeral of David Will CBE at Brechin Cathederal; Angus; Honorary FIFA Vice-President David Will CBE; an immensely popular figure within the game; passed away; aged 72; after a battle with a long illness; leaving the Scottish football and FIFA communities in mourning.; Will was born in Edzell; just outside Brechin on Scotland's east coast on 22 November 1936. He immediately developed a passion for football and although an injury sustained while skiing curtailed his burgeoning amateur career; it did not end his involvement with the sport - an involvement that he would relish throughout his life. He was awarded a CBE for his services to football in 2002.; Will's ascent within football took him through posts at the Forfarshire Football Association; President of the Scottish Football Association; UEFA Executive Committee member. A member of the Board of Appeal for the FIFA competitions as of 1987; he joined the FIFA Executive Committee in 1990; in the role of FIFA Vice-President; replacing Harry H. Cavan.; He left the Executive Committee in May 2007 after 17 years at FIFA where among many other functions he was Chairman of the Referees Committee; Chairman of the Players Status Committee; Chairman of the Committee for Legal Matters and member of the Bureau for the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany™. Until recently; he was Chairman of the FIFA Ticketing Sub-Committee.; "His passion for football was nothing short of extraordinary,” said FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter. The decades of loyal service he devoted to the work of the Scottish football Association, UEFA and FIFA have a far-reaching impact on the game at all levels and will never be forgotten."; At the FIFA Congress in Zurich on 31 May 2007 he was made an Honorary Vice-President of FIFA having won considerable respect for his dignity; ingenuity and love of the game.

Mourners including David's wife Margaret (yellow scarf) and other family members
Pic:Paul Reid/Angus Pictures 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, David Will, CBE, solicitor, FIFA, Brechin, cathederal, football, soccer, sport
20101002Will 23PR 
 Funeral of David Will CBE at Brechin Cathederal; Angus; Honorary FIFA Vice-President David Will CBE; an immensely popular figure within the game; passed away; aged 72; after a battle with a long illness; leaving the Scottish football and FIFA communities in mourning.; Will was born in Edzell; just outside Brechin on Scotland's east coast on 22 November 1936. He immediately developed a passion for football and although an injury sustained while skiing curtailed his burgeoning amateur career; it did not end his involvement with the sport - an involvement that he would relish throughout his life. He was awarded a CBE for his services to football in 2002.; Will's ascent within football took him through posts at the Forfarshire Football Association; President of the Scottish Football Association; UEFA Executive Committee member. A member of the Board of Appeal for the FIFA competitions as of 1987; he joined the FIFA Executive Committee in 1990; in the role of FIFA Vice-President; replacing Harry H. Cavan.; He left the Executive Committee in May 2007 after 17 years at FIFA where among many other functions he was Chairman of the Referees Committee; Chairman of the Players Status Committee; Chairman of the Committee for Legal Matters and member of the Bureau for the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany™. Until recently; he was Chairman of the FIFA Ticketing Sub-Committee.; "His passion for football was nothing short of extraordinary,” said FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter. The decades of loyal service he devoted to the work of the Scottish football Association, UEFA and FIFA have a far-reaching impact on the game at all levels and will never be forgotten."; At the FIFA Congress in Zurich on 31 May 2007 he was made an Honorary Vice-President of FIFA having won considerable respect for his dignity; ingenuity and love of the game.

A piper plays as David Will's coffin is carried from the cathedral
Pic:Paul Reid/Angus Pictures 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, David Will, CBE, solicitor, FIFA, Brechin, cathederal, football, soccer, sport
20101002Will 24PR 
 Funeral of David Will CBE at Brechin Cathederal; Angus; Honorary FIFA Vice-President David Will CBE; an immensely popular figure within the game; passed away; aged 72; after a battle with a long illness; leaving the Scottish football and FIFA communities in mourning.; Will was born in Edzell; just outside Brechin on Scotland's east coast on 22 November 1936. He immediately developed a passion for football and although an injury sustained while skiing curtailed his burgeoning amateur career; it did not end his involvement with the sport - an involvement that he would relish throughout his life. He was awarded a CBE for his services to football in 2002.; Will's ascent within football took him through posts at the Forfarshire Football Association; President of the Scottish Football Association; UEFA Executive Committee member. A member of the Board of Appeal for the FIFA competitions as of 1987; he joined the FIFA Executive Committee in 1990; in the role of FIFA Vice-President; replacing Harry H. Cavan.; He left the Executive Committee in May 2007 after 17 years at FIFA where among many other functions he was Chairman of the Referees Committee; Chairman of the Players Status Committee; Chairman of the Committee for Legal Matters and member of the Bureau for the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany™. Until recently; he was Chairman of the FIFA Ticketing Sub-Committee.; "His passion for football was nothing short of extraordinary,” said FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter. The decades of loyal service he devoted to the work of the Scottish football Association, UEFA and FIFA have a far-reaching impact on the game at all levels and will never be forgotten."; At the FIFA Congress in Zurich on 31 May 2007 he was made an Honorary Vice-President of FIFA having won considerable respect for his dignity; ingenuity and love of the game.

FIFA's Leonard Johansson crying as he is greeted by ex SFA's Ernie Walker before the eservice
Pic:Paul Reid/Angus Pictures 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, David Will, CBE, solicitor, FIFA, Brechin, cathederal, football, soccer, sport
20101002Will 25PR 
 Funeral of David Will CBE at Brechin Cathederal; Angus; Honorary FIFA Vice-President David Will CBE; an immensely popular figure within the game; passed away; aged 72; after a battle with a long illness; leaving the Scottish football and FIFA communities in mourning.; Will was born in Edzell; just outside Brechin on Scotland's east coast on 22 November 1936. He immediately developed a passion for football and although an injury sustained while skiing curtailed his burgeoning amateur career; it did not end his involvement with the sport - an involvement that he would relish throughout his life. He was awarded a CBE for his services to football in 2002.; Will's ascent within football took him through posts at the Forfarshire Football Association; President of the Scottish Football Association; UEFA Executive Committee member. A member of the Board of Appeal for the FIFA competitions as of 1987; he joined the FIFA Executive Committee in 1990; in the role of FIFA Vice-President; replacing Harry H. Cavan.; He left the Executive Committee in May 2007 after 17 years at FIFA where among many other functions he was Chairman of the Referees Committee; Chairman of the Players Status Committee; Chairman of the Committee for Legal Matters and member of the Bureau for the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany™. Until recently; he was Chairman of the FIFA Ticketing Sub-Committee.; "His passion for football was nothing short of extraordinary,” said FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter. The decades of loyal service he devoted to the work of the Scottish football Association, UEFA and FIFA have a far-reaching impact on the game at all levels and will never be forgotten."; At the FIFA Congress in Zurich on 31 May 2007 he was made an Honorary Vice-President of FIFA having won considerable respect for his dignity; ingenuity and love of the game.

FIFA's Leonard Johansson crying as he is greeted by ex SFA's Ernie Walker before the eservice
Pic:Paul Reid/Angus Pictures 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, David Will, CBE, solicitor, FIFA, Brechin, cathederal, football, soccer, sport
20101002Will 26PR 
 Funeral of David Will CBE at Brechin Cathederal; Angus; Honorary FIFA Vice-President David Will CBE; an immensely popular figure within the game; passed away; aged 72; after a battle with a long illness; leaving the Scottish football and FIFA communities in mourning.; Will was born in Edzell; just outside Brechin on Scotland's east coast on 22 November 1936. He immediately developed a passion for football and although an injury sustained while skiing curtailed his burgeoning amateur career; it did not end his involvement with the sport - an involvement that he would relish throughout his life. He was awarded a CBE for his services to football in 2002.; Will's ascent within football took him through posts at the Forfarshire Football Association; President of the Scottish Football Association; UEFA Executive Committee member. A member of the Board of Appeal for the FIFA competitions as of 1987; he joined the FIFA Executive Committee in 1990; in the role of FIFA Vice-President; replacing Harry H. Cavan.; He left the Executive Committee in May 2007 after 17 years at FIFA where among many other functions he was Chairman of the Referees Committee; Chairman of the Players Status Committee; Chairman of the Committee for Legal Matters and member of the Bureau for the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany™. Until recently; he was Chairman of the FIFA Ticketing Sub-Committee.; "His passion for football was nothing short of extraordinary,” said FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter. The decades of loyal service he devoted to the work of the Scottish football Association, UEFA and FIFA have a far-reaching impact on the game at all levels and will never be forgotten."; At the FIFA Congress in Zurich on 31 May 2007 he was made an Honorary Vice-President of FIFA having won considerable respect for his dignity; ingenuity and love of the game.

Former Brechin City players and managers twins Ian(left) and Dick Campbell arriving at the service with Dundee boss Jocky Scott
Pic:Paul Reid/Angus Pictures 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, David Will, CBE, solicitor, FIFA, Brechin, cathederal, football, soccer, sport
20101002Will 27PR 
 Funeral of David Will CBE at Brechin Cathederal; Angus; Honorary FIFA Vice-President David Will CBE; an immensely popular figure within the game; passed away; aged 72; after a battle with a long illness; leaving the Scottish football and FIFA communities in mourning.; Will was born in Edzell; just outside Brechin on Scotland's east coast on 22 November 1936. He immediately developed a passion for football and although an injury sustained while skiing curtailed his burgeoning amateur career; it did not end his involvement with the sport - an involvement that he would relish throughout his life. He was awarded a CBE for his services to football in 2002.; Will's ascent within football took him through posts at the Forfarshire Football Association; President of the Scottish Football Association; UEFA Executive Committee member. A member of the Board of Appeal for the FIFA competitions as of 1987; he joined the FIFA Executive Committee in 1990; in the role of FIFA Vice-President; replacing Harry H. Cavan.; He left the Executive Committee in May 2007 after 17 years at FIFA where among many other functions he was Chairman of the Referees Committee; Chairman of the Players Status Committee; Chairman of the Committee for Legal Matters and member of the Bureau for the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany™. Until recently; he was Chairman of the FIFA Ticketing Sub-Committee.; "His passion for football was nothing short of extraordinary,” said FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter. The decades of loyal service he devoted to the work of the Scottish football Association, UEFA and FIFA have a far-reaching impact on the game at all levels and will never be forgotten."; At the FIFA Congress in Zurich on 31 May 2007 he was made an Honorary Vice-President of FIFA having won considerable respect for his dignity; ingenuity and love of the game.

Pic shows South African Football World Cup 2006 Delegation meeting David Will at his home in Brechin in 2000..L to R: David Will receiving details of the bid Danny Jordaan,Chief Exec Officer & Abed Pele then Africa's top footballer
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 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, David Will, CBE, solicitor, FIFA, Brechin, cathederal, football, soccer, sport
20101002Will 2PR 
 Funeral of David Will CBE at Brechin Cathederal; Angus; Honorary FIFA Vice-President David Will CBE; an immensely popular figure within the game; passed away; aged 72; after a battle with a long illness; leaving the Scottish football and FIFA communities in mourning.; Will was born in Edzell; just outside Brechin on Scotland's east coast on 22 November 1936. He immediately developed a passion for football and although an injury sustained while skiing curtailed his burgeoning amateur career; it did not end his involvement with the sport - an involvement that he would relish throughout his life. He was awarded a CBE for his services to football in 2002.; Will's ascent within football took him through posts at the Forfarshire Football Association; President of the Scottish Football Association; UEFA Executive Committee member. A member of the Board of Appeal for the FIFA competitions as of 1987; he joined the FIFA Executive Committee in 1990; in the role of FIFA Vice-President; replacing Harry H. Cavan.; He left the Executive Committee in May 2007 after 17 years at FIFA where among many other functions he was Chairman of the Referees Committee; Chairman of the Players Status Committee; Chairman of the Committee for Legal Matters and member of the Bureau for the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany™. Until recently; he was Chairman of the FIFA Ticketing Sub-Committee.; "His passion for football was nothing short of extraordinary,” said FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter. The decades of loyal service he devoted to the work of the Scottish football Association, UEFA and FIFA have a far-reaching impact on the game at all levels and will never be forgotten."; At the FIFA Congress in Zurich on 31 May 2007 he was made an Honorary Vice-President of FIFA having won considerable respect for his dignity; ingenuity and love of the game.

Pic shows Andy Roxburgh-UEFA Technical Director and David Taylor-Gen Sec of UEFA with Ernie Walker
Pic:Paul Reid/Angus Pictures 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, David Will, CBE, solicitor, FIFA, Brechin, cathederal, football, soccer, sport
20101002Will 3PR 
 Funeral of David Will CBE at Brechin Cathederal; Angus; Honorary FIFA Vice-President David Will CBE; an immensely popular figure within the game; passed away; aged 72; after a battle with a long illness; leaving the Scottish football and FIFA communities in mourning.; Will was born in Edzell; just outside Brechin on Scotland's east coast on 22 November 1936. He immediately developed a passion for football and although an injury sustained while skiing curtailed his burgeoning amateur career; it did not end his involvement with the sport - an involvement that he would relish throughout his life. He was awarded a CBE for his services to football in 2002.; Will's ascent within football took him through posts at the Forfarshire Football Association; President of the Scottish Football Association; UEFA Executive Committee member. A member of the Board of Appeal for the FIFA competitions as of 1987; he joined the FIFA Executive Committee in 1990; in the role of FIFA Vice-President; replacing Harry H. Cavan.; He left the Executive Committee in May 2007 after 17 years at FIFA where among many other functions he was Chairman of the Referees Committee; Chairman of the Players Status Committee; Chairman of the Committee for Legal Matters and member of the Bureau for the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany™. Until recently; he was Chairman of the FIFA Ticketing Sub-Committee.; "His passion for football was nothing short of extraordinary,” said FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter. The decades of loyal service he devoted to the work of the Scottish football Association, UEFA and FIFA have a far-reaching impact on the game at all levels and will never be forgotten."; At the FIFA Congress in Zurich on 31 May 2007 he was made an Honorary Vice-President of FIFA having won considerable respect for his dignity; ingenuity and love of the game.

Pic shows Andy Roxburgh-UEFA Technical Director and David Taylor-Gen Sec of UEFA with Michel Platini-President of UEFA and Ernie Walker on arrival at the service
Pic:Paul Reid/Angus Pictures 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, David Will, CBE, solicitor, FIFA, Brechin, cathederal, football, soccer, sport
20101002Will 4PR 
 Funeral of David Will CBE at Brechin Cathederal; Angus; Honorary FIFA Vice-President David Will CBE; an immensely popular figure within the game; passed away; aged 72; after a battle with a long illness; leaving the Scottish football and FIFA communities in mourning.; Will was born in Edzell; just outside Brechin on Scotland's east coast on 22 November 1936. He immediately developed a passion for football and although an injury sustained while skiing curtailed his burgeoning amateur career; it did not end his involvement with the sport - an involvement that he would relish throughout his life. He was awarded a CBE for his services to football in 2002.; Will's ascent within football took him through posts at the Forfarshire Football Association; President of the Scottish Football Association; UEFA Executive Committee member. A member of the Board of Appeal for the FIFA competitions as of 1987; he joined the FIFA Executive Committee in 1990; in the role of FIFA Vice-President; replacing Harry H. Cavan.; He left the Executive Committee in May 2007 after 17 years at FIFA where among many other functions he was Chairman of the Referees Committee; Chairman of the Players Status Committee; Chairman of the Committee for Legal Matters and member of the Bureau for the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany™. Until recently; he was Chairman of the FIFA Ticketing Sub-Committee.; "His passion for football was nothing short of extraordinary,” said FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter. The decades of loyal service he devoted to the work of the Scottish football Association, UEFA and FIFA have a far-reaching impact on the game at all levels and will never be forgotten."; At the FIFA Congress in Zurich on 31 May 2007 he was made an Honorary Vice-President of FIFA having won considerable respect for his dignity; ingenuity and love of the game.

FIFA's Leonard Johansson crying on the shoulder of David's wife Margaret after the service
Pic:Paul Reid/Angus Pictures 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, David Will, CBE, solicitor, FIFA, Brechin, cathederal, football, soccer, sport
20101002Will 5PR 
 Funeral of David Will CBE at Brechin Cathederal; Angus; Honorary FIFA Vice-President David Will CBE; an immensely popular figure within the game; passed away; aged 72; after a battle with a long illness; leaving the Scottish football and FIFA communities in mourning.; Will was born in Edzell; just outside Brechin on Scotland's east coast on 22 November 1936. He immediately developed a passion for football and although an injury sustained while skiing curtailed his burgeoning amateur career; it did not end his involvement with the sport - an involvement that he would relish throughout his life. He was awarded a CBE for his services to football in 2002.; Will's ascent within football took him through posts at the Forfarshire Football Association; President of the Scottish Football Association; UEFA Executive Committee member. A member of the Board of Appeal for the FIFA competitions as of 1987; he joined the FIFA Executive Committee in 1990; in the role of FIFA Vice-President; replacing Harry H. Cavan.; He left the Executive Committee in May 2007 after 17 years at FIFA where among many other functions he was Chairman of the Referees Committee; Chairman of the Players Status Committee; Chairman of the Committee for Legal Matters and member of the Bureau for the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany™. Until recently; he was Chairman of the FIFA Ticketing Sub-Committee.; "His passion for football was nothing short of extraordinary,” said FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter. The decades of loyal service he devoted to the work of the Scottish football Association, UEFA and FIFA have a far-reaching impact on the game at all levels and will never be forgotten."; At the FIFA Congress in Zurich on 31 May 2007 he was made an Honorary Vice-President of FIFA having won considerable respect for his dignity; ingenuity and love of the game.

FIFA's Leonard Johansson with David's wife Margaret after the service
Pic:Paul Reid/Angus Pictures 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, David Will, CBE, solicitor, FIFA, Brechin, cathederal, football, soccer, sport
20101002Will 6PR 
 Funeral of David Will CBE at Brechin Cathederal; Angus; Honorary FIFA Vice-President David Will CBE; an immensely popular figure within the game; passed away; aged 72; after a battle with a long illness; leaving the Scottish football and FIFA communities in mourning.; Will was born in Edzell; just outside Brechin on Scotland's east coast on 22 November 1936. He immediately developed a passion for football and although an injury sustained while skiing curtailed his burgeoning amateur career; it did not end his involvement with the sport - an involvement that he would relish throughout his life. He was awarded a CBE for his services to football in 2002.; Will's ascent within football took him through posts at the Forfarshire Football Association; President of the Scottish Football Association; UEFA Executive Committee member. A member of the Board of Appeal for the FIFA competitions as of 1987; he joined the FIFA Executive Committee in 1990; in the role of FIFA Vice-President; replacing Harry H. Cavan.; He left the Executive Committee in May 2007 after 17 years at FIFA where among many other functions he was Chairman of the Referees Committee; Chairman of the Players Status Committee; Chairman of the Committee for Legal Matters and member of the Bureau for the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany™. Until recently; he was Chairman of the FIFA Ticketing Sub-Committee.; "His passion for football was nothing short of extraordinary,” said FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter. The decades of loyal service he devoted to the work of the Scottish football Association, UEFA and FIFA have a far-reaching impact on the game at all levels and will never be forgotten."; At the FIFA Congress in Zurich on 31 May 2007 he was made an Honorary Vice-President of FIFA having won considerable respect for his dignity; ingenuity and love of the game.

David Will's coffin leaving the cathederal with the Rv Scott Rennie followed by family members
Pic:Paul Reid/Angus Pictures 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, David Will, CBE, solicitor, FIFA, Brechin, cathederal, football, soccer, sport
20101002Will 7PR 
 Funeral of David Will CBE at Brechin Cathederal; Angus; Honorary FIFA Vice-President David Will CBE; an immensely popular figure within the game; passed away; aged 72; after a battle with a long illness; leaving the Scottish football and FIFA communities in mourning.; Will was born in Edzell; just outside Brechin on Scotland's east coast on 22 November 1936. He immediately developed a passion for football and although an injury sustained while skiing curtailed his burgeoning amateur career; it did not end his involvement with the sport - an involvement that he would relish throughout his life. He was awarded a CBE for his services to football in 2002.; Will's ascent within football took him through posts at the Forfarshire Football Association; President of the Scottish Football Association; UEFA Executive Committee member. A member of the Board of Appeal for the FIFA competitions as of 1987; he joined the FIFA Executive Committee in 1990; in the role of FIFA Vice-President; replacing Harry H. Cavan.; He left the Executive Committee in May 2007 after 17 years at FIFA where among many other functions he was Chairman of the Referees Committee; Chairman of the Players Status Committee; Chairman of the Committee for Legal Matters and member of the Bureau for the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany™. Until recently; he was Chairman of the FIFA Ticketing Sub-Committee.; "His passion for football was nothing short of extraordinary,” said FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter. The decades of loyal service he devoted to the work of the Scottish football Association, UEFA and FIFA have a far-reaching impact on the game at all levels and will never be forgotten."; At the FIFA Congress in Zurich on 31 May 2007 he was made an Honorary Vice-President of FIFA having won considerable respect for his dignity; ingenuity and love of the game.

Pic shows Michel Platini-President of UEFA after the service
Pic:Paul Reid/Angus Pictures 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, David Will, CBE, solicitor, FIFA, Brechin, cathederal, football, soccer, sport
20101002Will 8PR 
 Funeral of David Will CBE at Brechin Cathederal; Angus; Honorary FIFA Vice-President David Will CBE; an immensely popular figure within the game; passed away; aged 72; after a battle with a long illness; leaving the Scottish football and FIFA communities in mourning.; Will was born in Edzell; just outside Brechin on Scotland's east coast on 22 November 1936. He immediately developed a passion for football and although an injury sustained while skiing curtailed his burgeoning amateur career; it did not end his involvement with the sport - an involvement that he would relish throughout his life. He was awarded a CBE for his services to football in 2002.; Will's ascent within football took him through posts at the Forfarshire Football Association; President of the Scottish Football Association; UEFA Executive Committee member. A member of the Board of Appeal for the FIFA competitions as of 1987; he joined the FIFA Executive Committee in 1990; in the role of FIFA Vice-President; replacing Harry H. Cavan.; He left the Executive Committee in May 2007 after 17 years at FIFA where among many other functions he was Chairman of the Referees Committee; Chairman of the Players Status Committee; Chairman of the Committee for Legal Matters and member of the Bureau for the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany™. Until recently; he was Chairman of the FIFA Ticketing Sub-Committee.; "His passion for football was nothing short of extraordinary,” said FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter. The decades of loyal service he devoted to the work of the Scottish football Association, UEFA and FIFA have a far-reaching impact on the game at all levels and will never be forgotten."; At the FIFA Congress in Zurich on 31 May 2007 he was made an Honorary Vice-President of FIFA having won considerable respect for his dignity; ingenuity and love of the game.

Pic shows Michel Platini-President of UEFA after the service
Pic:Paul Reid/Angus Pictures 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, David Will, CBE, solicitor, FIFA, Brechin, cathederal, football, soccer, sport
20101002Will 9PR 
 Funeral of David Will CBE at Brechin Cathederal; Angus; Honorary FIFA Vice-President David Will CBE; an immensely popular figure within the game; passed away; aged 72; after a battle with a long illness; leaving the Scottish football and FIFA communities in mourning.; Will was born in Edzell; just outside Brechin on Scotland's east coast on 22 November 1936. He immediately developed a passion for football and although an injury sustained while skiing curtailed his burgeoning amateur career; it did not end his involvement with the sport - an involvement that he would relish throughout his life. He was awarded a CBE for his services to football in 2002.; Will's ascent within football took him through posts at the Forfarshire Football Association; President of the Scottish Football Association; UEFA Executive Committee member. A member of the Board of Appeal for the FIFA competitions as of 1987; he joined the FIFA Executive Committee in 1990; in the role of FIFA Vice-President; replacing Harry H. Cavan.; He left the Executive Committee in May 2007 after 17 years at FIFA where among many other functions he was Chairman of the Referees Committee; Chairman of the Players Status Committee; Chairman of the Committee for Legal Matters and member of the Bureau for the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany™. Until recently; he was Chairman of the FIFA Ticketing Sub-Committee.; "His passion for football was nothing short of extraordinary,” said FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter. The decades of loyal service he devoted to the work of the Scottish football Association, UEFA and FIFA have a far-reaching impact on the game at all levels and will never be forgotten."; At the FIFA Congress in Zurich on 31 May 2007 he was made an Honorary Vice-President of FIFA having won considerable respect for his dignity; ingenuity and love of the game.

Gordon Smith Chief Exec of the SFA

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 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, David Will, CBE, solicitor, FIFA, Brechin, cathederal, football, soccer, sport
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 Dundee vs Dumbarton
The ball comes back off the Dundee post in the first half
....pic Paul Reid 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Dundee, Dumbarton

Glamis (47 files)

Glamis Castle, village and the Strathmore family. The Queen Mother was brought up here
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 The Corner Shop, Glamis
Angus, Scotland 
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 Glamis Post Office.

Dorothy Keith sitting the tearoom attached to the post office. Dorothy was born in the same room in 1927 
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 General view of the village post office in Glamis, angus, scotland which is threatened with closure. Villagers and Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore are protesting 
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 General view of the village post office in Glamis, angus, scotland which is threatened with closure. Villagers and Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore are protesting 
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 General view of the village post office in Glamis, angus, scotland which is threatened with closure. Villagers and Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore are protesting 
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 General view of the village post office in Glamis, angus, scotland which is threatened with closure. Villagers and Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore are protesting 
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 General view of the village post office in Glamis, angus, scotland which is threatened with closure. Villagers and Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore are protesting 
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 Glamis Post Office, which is threatened with closure, and is used regularly by Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore. The Queen Mother also used the Post Office throughout her life when she was at nearby Glamis Castle. Pic shows Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore with villagers gathered to protest against the closure 
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 Glamis Post Office, which is threatened with closure, and is used regularly by Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore. The Queen Mother also used the Post Office throughout her life when she was at nearby Glamis Castle. Pic shows Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore with villagers gathered to protest against the closure 
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 Glamis Post Office, which is threatened with closure, and is used regularly by Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore. The Queen Mother also used the Post Office throughout her life when she was at nearby Glamis Castle. Pic shows Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore with villagers gathered to protest against the closure 
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 Glamis Post Office, which is threatened with closure, and is used regularly by Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore. The Queen Mother also used the Post Office throughout her life when she was at nearby Glamis Castle. Pic shows Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore with villagers gathered to protest against the closure 
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 Glamis Post Office, which is threatened with closure, and is used regularly by Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore. The Queen Mother also used the Post Office throughout her life when she was at nearby Glamis Castle. Pic shows Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore(right) with villagers gathered to protest against the closure 
 Keywords: Angus scotland Glamis Post Office royal Queen Mother countess strathmore
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 Glamis Post Office, which is threatened with closure, and is used regularly by Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore. The Queen Mother also used the Post Office throughout her life when she was at nearby Glamis Castle. Pic shows Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore(right) with villagers gathered to protest against the closure 
 Keywords: Angus scotland Glamis Post Office Queen Mother countess strathmore
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 Glamis Post Office, which is threatened with closure, and is used regularly by Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore. The Queen Mother also used the Post Office throughout her life when she was at nearby Glamis Castle. Pic shows Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore(right) chatting to one of the villagers gathered to protest against the closure 
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 Glamis Post Office, which is threatened with closure, and is used regularly by Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore. The Queen Mother also used the Post Office throughout her life when she was at nearby Glamis Castle. Pic shows Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore(right) chatting to one of the villagers gathered to protest against the closure 
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 Glamis Post Office, which is threatened with closure, and is used regularly by Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore. The Queen Mother also used the Post Office throughout her life when she was at nearby Glamis Castle. Pic shows Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore with villagers gathered to protest against the closure. Press photographers in background 
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 Glamis Post Office, which is threatened with closure, and is used regularly by Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore. The Queen Mother also used the Post Office throughout her life when she was at nearby Glamis Castle. Pic shows Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore with villagers gathered to protest against the closure. Press photographers in background 
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 Glamis Post Office, which is threatened with closure, and is used regularly by Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore. The Queen Mother also used the Post Office throughout her life when she was at nearby Glamis Castle. Pic shows Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore with villagers gathered to protest against the closure 
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 Glamis Post Office, which is threatened with closure, and is used regularly by Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore. The Queen Mother also used the Post Office throughout her life when she was at nearby Glamis Castle. Pic shows Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore with villagers gathered to protest against the closure 
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 Glamis Post Office, which is threatened with closure, and is used regularly by Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore. The Queen Mother also used the Post Office throughout her life when she was at nearby Glamis Castle. Pic shows Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore with villagers gathered to protest against the closure 
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 Glamis Post Office, which is threatened with closure, and is used regularly by Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore. The Queen Mother also used the Post Office throughout her life when she was at nearby Glamis Castle. Pic shows Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore with villagers gathered to protest against the closure 
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 Glamis Post Office, which is threatened with closure, and is used regularly by Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore. The Queen Mother also used the Post Office throughout her life when she was at nearby Glamis Castle. Pic shows Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore with villagers gathered to protest against the closure 
 Keywords: Angus scotland Glamis Post Office royal Queen Mother Countess Strathmore
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 Glamis Post Office, which is threatened with closure, and is used regularly by Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore. The Queen Mother also used the Post Office throughout her life when she was at nearby Glamis Castle. Pic shows Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore with villagers gathered to protest against the closure 
 Keywords: Angus scotland Glamis Post Office royal Queen Mother Countess Strathmore
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 Glamis Post Office Closure. Glamis Post Office, which is threatened with closure, and is used regularly by Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore. The Queen Mother also used the Post Office throughout her life when she was at nearby Glamis Castle. Pic shows Katie the West Higland Terrier bemused as villagers gathered to protest against the closure 
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 Glamis Post Office, which is threatened with closure, and is used regularly by Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore. The Queen Mother also used the Post Office throughout her life when she was at nearby Glamis Castle. Pic shows sign above post office 
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 Glamis Post Office, which is threatened with closure, and is used regularly by Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore. The Queen Mother also used the Post Office throughout her life when she was at nearby Glamis Castle. Pic shows Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore with Post Office proprieter Hugh Nicoll 
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 Glamis Post Office, which is threatened with closure, and is used regularly by Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore. The Queen Mother also used the Post Office throughout her life when she was at nearby Glamis Castle. Pic shows Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore with Post Office proprieter Hugh Nicoll 
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 Glamis Post Office, which is threatened with closure, and is used regularly by Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore. The Queen Mother also used the Post Office throughout her life when she was at nearby Glamis Castle. Pic shows Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore at the gate of the house she styed in for may years with the post office earmarked for closure behind.

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 Glamis Post Office, which is threatened with closure, and is used regularly by Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore. The Queen Mother also used the Post Office throughout her life when she was at nearby Glamis Castle. Pic shows Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore at the gate of the house she styed in for may years with the post office earmarked for closure behind.

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 Glamis post office closure. General view of post office and shop 
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 Glamis Post Office Closure. General view of the shop and post office 
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 Glamis Post Office Closure. Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore (right) with L to R: Bill Dugan, Elizabeth McKee, Eileen Dougan,and the oldest villagers Dorothy Keith and Bertha Gaffney sitting in the tearoom attached to the post office. Bertha was born in the same room in 1927 
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 Glamis Post Office Closure. Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore (right) with L to R: Bill Dugan, Elizabeth McKee, Eileen Dougan,and the oldest villagers Dorothy Keith and Bertha Gaffney sitting in the tearoom attached to the post office. Bertha was born in the same room in 1927 
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 Glamis Post Office Closure. Dorothy Keith sitting the tearoom attached to the post office. Dorothy was born in the same room in 1927 
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 Glamis Post Office Closure. Dorothy Keith sitting the tearoom attached to the post office. Dorothy was born in the same room in 1927 
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 Glamis Post Office Closure. Dorothy Keith sitting the tearoom attached to the post office. Dorothy was born in the same room in 1927 
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 Glamis Post Office Closure. Dorothy Keith sitting the tearoom attached to the post office. Dorothy was born in the same room in 1927 
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 Glamis Post Office Closure. Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore (centre) with the oldest villagers Bertha Gaffney(left) and Dorothy Keith sitting the tearoom attached to the post office. Dorothy was born in the same room in 1927 
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 Glamis Post Office Closure. Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore (centre) with the oldest villagers Bertha Gaffney(left) and Dorothy Keith sitting the tearoom attached to the post office. Dorothy was born in the same room in 1927 
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 Glamis Post Office Closure. Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore (centre) with the oldest villagers Bertha Gaffney(left) and Dorothy Keith sitting the tearoom attached to the post office. Dorothy was born in the same room in 1927 
 Keywords: Angus scotland Glamis Post Office closure village Countess Strathmore Mary dorothy keith bertha gaffney
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 Glamis Post Office Closure. Mary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore (centre) with the oldest villagers Bertha Gaffney(left) and Dorothy Keith sitting the tearoom attached to the post office. Dorothy was born in the same room in 1927 
 Keywords: Angus Glamis scotland Post Office closure Countess Strathmore Mary
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 Glamis Post Office ClosureMary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore (right) with the oldest villager Bertha Gaffney outside the post office and shop . Bertha was born in 1927 in a house which is now the tea room attached to the post office 
 Keywords: Angus scotland post Office closure village Countess Strathmore Mary Bertha Gaffney
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 Glamis Post Office ClosureMary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore (right) with the oldest villager Bertha Gaffney outside the post office and shop . Bertha was born in 1927 in a house which is now the tea room attached to the post office 
 Keywords: Angus Glamis scotland Post Office closure Countess Strathmore Mary
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 Glamis Post Office ClosureMary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore (right) with the oldest villager Bertha Gaffney outside the post office and shop . Bertha was born in 1927 in a house which is now the tea room attached to the post office 
 Keywords: Angus scotland Glamis Post Office closure village Countess Strathmore Mary Bertha Gaffney
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 Glamis Post Office ClosureMary, Dowager Countess of Strathmore (right) with the oldest villager Bertha Gaffney outside the post office and shop . Bertha was born in 1927 in a house which is now the tea room attached to the post office 
 Keywords: Angus Glamis scotland Post Office closure Countess Strathmore Mary
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 Glamis Post Office Closure. Countess of Strathmore with Bill Dugan infront of post office 
 Keywords: Angus Glamis scotland Post Office closure Countess Strathmore Mary Bill Dugan
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 Glamis Post Office Closure. Countess of Strathmore with Bill Dugan in front of post office 
 Keywords: Angus Glamis scotland Post Office closure Countess Strathmore Mary

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