New home for Alford Images
Added on 27 June 2023 at 17:18 by Sue Taylor
This site is now hosted and managed by Alford Heritage Museum. Please contact the museum by email if you have any questions about the site. Please note that, as we are a volunteer run organisation, we are unable to undertake any genealogical or historical research on your behalf but we hope that you find the images of interest. Further details about the museum and its opening hours can be found on our web site.https://alfordheritagemuseum.com
Delay in posting new photographs
Added on 21 December 2010 at 07:51 by Jim
Apologies to anyone who has sent photographs over the last few months, they have been received and safely stored along with the emailed information, but you will have noticed that they haven't been posted on the website yet and there is a considerable backlog which I am hoping to work on in the next few months. The delay has been due to an ongoing dispute with my service provider (TalkTalk) and a fault which took nearly seven months to rectify (a simple 15 minute visit from an engineer!). I have even involved Trading Standards, OFCOM and my MP, and I am pressing for this company's license to trade to be revoked.....it's that serious! Anyway, hopefully all will be back to normal before too much longer, and in the meantime, a very happy Christmas and here's wishing you a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year when that arrives.
Lawson clan gathering
Added on 03 March 2010 at 08:38 by Jim
There is to be a Lawson Clan Gathering on the 27th/28th March in Alford to coincide with the renovation and operation of Postie Lawson's Craigevar Express at the Grampian Transport Museum. Further details can be obtained from Bill Lawson (whose email address can be found amongst "Contributors" and associated with comments connected to Lawson related photographs).
Heritage Day at Alford Heritage Centre and Museum
Added on 31 August 2009 at 07:27 by Jim
On Saturday 26th September 2009, Aberdeenshire Council are sponsoring free entry to the museum and a whole host of events, hopefully to include an opportunity to view some of the old photographs from this website stored digitally, a chance to research your ancestors with the help of Aberdeenshire Registry Officials, James Gordon to talk about the railway in Alford, bothy ballads and fiddle tunes in the chaumer and lots more to be announced later including a farmers' market. Follow the links from the links page on this website to the Alford Heritage Centre and Museum website for further details.