TOADY, Lockerbie remembered.
EVERY living being inside Ella Ramsden’s household survived the 1988 bombing, a spectacular fact considering the mid-section of the plane fell from the sky onto her Park Place home.
But fate was on Ella’s side that night and she, dog Cara, her budgie and even pet goldfish survived the awful terror attack.
Ella went on to live for another 22 years, living her life to its fullest.
THIRTY years on, HRH the Queen has sent a message of remembrance to Lockerbie’s ‘remarkable’ community.
TODAY, on the 30th anniversary of Britain’s worst ever terrorist attack, Lockerbie will remember.
A ROW of soundless, unmoving ambulances — that’s the image that will forever haunt photographer Steve Matthew.
DECEMBER 21 1988 — a day that Lockerbie will never forget.
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THE 30th anniversary of the Lockerbie Air Disaster later this year will not pass by unmarked, with plans revealed for a new legacy.
A TEAM of life saver emergency service workers are planning a ‘Cycle to Syracuse’ tribute to mark the 30th anniversary of the Lockerbie Air Disaster.
A PHOTOGRAPHY professor has been named the rst ever Syracuse University Remembrance and Lockerbie ambassador.
OVER 80 per cent of locals want to see the 30th anni- versary of the Lockerbie Air Disaster marked – according to a recently createdonline survey.
HOW do you want to see the 29th anniversary of the Lockerbie Air Disaster marked?
OVER 3500 people visited Dryfesdale Lodge Visitors’ Centre in August this year.
A MATHS whiz and a girl with artistic flair will journey to the US to represent Lockerbie later this year.
WREATHS and floral tributes have been laid at the Lockerbie disaster memorial on the 28th anniversary of the air crash in which 270 people.
SMALL Scottish towns with populations of 5000 are not often topics of global interest or importance but my small home town has once again made headlines across the world – and that town is Lockerbie.