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A timely reminder of danger in the outdoors

It was a case of ‘all’s well that ends well’ for young Adam in the Furnace hills last week.

Police officers and his mum left him in no doubt of how narrow an escape he had. No matter how experienced you are, it is easy to get caught out in woodland and forestry roads, where landmarks are few and far between.

At the very least plan your route, always let people know where and when you are walking, and give an expected time of return.

Up the Spiders

Well done to Kieran Moore on being snapped up by Queen’s Park and Gus MacPherson. We wish him all the best in his career with the Spiders.

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