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Dennis Plucinik 27 Apr 18
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Can You Dig It Oct 7
Bruce’s Stone - this 2m monolith is said to be the stone that Bruce HIMSELF!! rested against after his first victory against the English in 1307. Whatever you believe, this spot offers great views over Clatteringshaws Loch!
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Philip Deevy Apr 12
Every Friday, I will try and share an informative, useful website worth checking out. This week: the Open Textbook Library - free, peer-reviewed textbooks for subjects from accounting and economics to law. Check it out!
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SheerLuxe Feb 26
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devenne 12 Oct 17
Oooh! Free book! Collaborate: Bring people together around digital projects 👉
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devenne 7 Nov 17
Pretty and relevant *Privacy Not Included, 's holiday buyer's guide
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Can You Dig It Sep 23
Built in the Scottish Baronial style, the Stewartry Museum is a great resource to help you get to know your local heritage, housing items dating from pre-history through to industrial revolution! Free entry makes it an ideal spot for those rainy days!
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Emily 🐢 7 Jan 18
Okay one of my resolutions this year is to share more of what I love on here, so I've decided to share a each Sunday, showing some fascinating & favourite archaeological sites..
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Studio Websites 8 Oct 17
: Juliet Robertson Winner of the National Open Art Competition 2016 Copyright with Artist
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Tom Beavan Jun 5
Really love the transitions and design on the new Oui Will agency design! Great job guys!
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Pledge For Europe, #66million #RevokeA50 9 Feb 18
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Studio Websites Feb 14
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Can You Dig It Oct 14
Said to be the birthplace of John Balliol in 1249, the site of Kenmure Castle passed to the Gordons in 1297. It was torched after entertaining Mary, Queen of Scots, in 1568 & again by Cromwell in 1650. The current 17th C build, restored in the 1800s, sits ruinous.
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Can You Dig It Sep 30
Built in 1860 for £12,288, the Loch Ken Viaduct was opened for the railway in 1861. It's the oldest surviving bridge of its type in Scotland with 3 wrought-iron bowstring girders on stone piers. Closed in 1965 after 104 years...that's value for money!
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Vertex Visibility Mar 25
Our Vertex Visibility is our great client at Resolutions Behavioral Health!
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Studio Websites Feb 6
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ATTCK 6 Sep 18
Sign up for our SotW Newsletter and get weekly web design ⚡️
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Vertex Visibility Feb 25
Our Vertex Visibility Site of The Week is our amazing client at Fantastic Sam's Sahara location!
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thegoodwebguide 23 Aug 18
Our Site of the Week is a network dedicated to growing, selling and promoting British flowers
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Bright Design UK Apr 26
This week's winner of is , this free website gives you a meal plan & shopping list based on your dietary requirements, plus yummy recipes! 🍛🥗🍝 We love the clear interface, how easy it is to use, & the fun branding
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