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First time horse riding lesson

Posted onSeptember 26, 2012

First time horse riding lesson

First time horse riding lessonCaitlin McDade and Kirsten Somerville visit Rowanlea Riding School for their first horse riding lesson.

 

 

 

 

 

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Gardening Tips with Austin Myers – Part 2

Posted onJune 13, 2012

Gardening Tips with Austin Myers – Part 2

Gardening Tips with Austin Myers - Part 2Second part of Gardeners Question Time filmed in Carnoustie arranged in association with Carnoustie Community Council.

 

 

 

 

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Property Show visits Carnoustie

Posted onMay 4, 2012

Property Show visits Carnoustie

 
Property Show visits Carnoustie
This week the Property Show was in Tiger Beach Drive, Carnoustie at one of the properties currently being sold by Alan Masterton Solicitors of Monifieth. Currently on the market for a fixed price of £295,000 we take a closer look at the property.

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Pet Reptiles Dundee – Geckos at Mels Pet Shop Too Monifieth

Posted onApril 23, 2012

Pet Reptiles Dundee – Geckos at Mels Pet Shop Too Monifieth

Pet Reptiles Dundee - Geckos at Mels Pet Shop Too Monifieth

There are over 1,500 species of Gecko in the world today. But several of them are the most popular Pets. In this episode we look at Fat Tail Geckos, Leopard Geckos and Crested Gheckos. Everything you need to look  after your pet reptile including advice on their care is available from the store at 3 Reform Street, Monifieth.

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The Dundee Channel prepares to release Time Capsule video series

Posted onJanuary 17, 2012

The Dundee Channel prepares to release Time Capsule video series.

10 years ago a 30 episode series was recorded in Tayside, Perthshire and Fife capturing many aspects of the towns and cities and was the forerunner to The Dundee Channel. In fact the original S-VHS video series was mothballed until the internet ran fast enough to allow streaming video over10 minutes long.

In preparation for this The Dundee Channel has created a login area on its site where it intends to post these decade old video tapes which feature Dundee, Lochee, Broughty Ferry, Perth, Monifieth, Carnoustie, Arbroath, Forfar and St Andrews – all before anyone had heard of video streaming or You Tube (2005).

 


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