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Pupils discover stronghold’s wartime history

Dumbarton Castle’s WWl past explored by local primary pupils

Braehead Primary School pupils stepped out of the classroom and into the past as they discovered more about Dumbarton Castle and its role during the First World War.

Wilfred Owen honoured by Commemorative Plaque

First World War poet commemorated at Tynecastle High School

Wilfred Owen, arguably the most well-known of Britain’s First World War poets, was commemorated today with the unveiling of a plaque in his honour, at the Edinburgh school he taught at whilst recovering from ‘shellshock’ in 1917.