AND YOU CAN oDouble Tickets for Once . g g i N Bitten at A80, Glasgow K ‘H W if A: and ABC, Edinburgh {fix a M p L .5 _ w y gig, firs; oSoundtrack Albums .‘ .i_:’_‘_.:..;i:x\§e .. '§‘.'~; L ., . ' .§s,a3,._._ \ W 3’3». ‘i‘ /\ .T'Shlns /\ ISLAND HOPPING boatsleave atipm and 3pm7daysa 0

Of the Islands in the Forth, Cramond island otters the easiest access. Within two hours either side of low tide (tide times available daily in The Scotsman, add one hour to Saturday times lor Sundays), it can be reached on tool, a

g breezy 1 mile walk across cockle sands . (wear decent shoes— it's full oi Forth i debris). The island otters genuine

countryside, a good view and overgrown ruins. Take a picnic.

j lnchcolm is a small islet, well worth : the boat trip, with an attractive and well

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Good views from the top of the turret and interesting hermit's cell. Also lots of birds and good grassy slopes for picnics. Boats leave Hawes Pier, South (lueenslerry from 2nd May (weekends only in May/June) at 2pm. Trip takes a

s total ot2 hours, with approximately 11/2

week). £3.75 adults, £1.75 children (includes £l landing tee and entrance to abbey). Details of boats from John Watson 031 331 1454 or the Abbey Custodian Dalgety Bay (0383) 823332. The Bass Rock, habitat ol lulmars, shag, kittiwake, puttlns and a host of other seabirds, plus over 45 species of ilowering plants requires special permission for landing but boat trips round the rock leave from North Berwick from end of April (weekends only until summer, then daily). The trip takes about an hour. £1.70 (21 kids). Bing at approximately 9am on intended day to check sailings. Tel. Mr. Marr, North Berwick (0620) 2838. Mr. Marr also sometimes makes trips to Fidra (ieather isle) with landings for approximately halt an hour. June/July are best lor these trips (thus avoiding the stormy weather pictured above!)

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ALL YOU HAVE TO 00 All the words listed below are hidden in the word puzzle, they run vertically, horizontally and in some instances are spelt backwards. ONCE BITTEN, BLOOD, STAKE. CRUCIFIX, BAT, GARLIC, JUGULAR, VAMPIRE, FANGS. DRACULA. When you have found them,circle them using a pen.


The List, 14 High Street,

Edinburgh, EH1 "E. 3 hoursonlhelsland(JulyandAugust Take binoculars. ._- .. .

(300d. lip-market IHdian restaurant. quietens down a bit and stops serving E approx £10412 Per head- drinks - but be prepared to take out a 0 Ba] 91 Henderson Street, Leith, mortgage for your coffee and

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553 3980. 5.3—1 1.30pm. croissants. DON’T MISS SHPW'NG “T

i o Caprice 327 Leith Walk, 554 1279. , PS Wavefley On Sunday 11 May ' \r- Cinemas throughout

6"]1pm'cqm'memalmenu and the Waverley will be going on a m \3 central scouand "om 25 takeaway p‘uds‘ cruise round Bute, departing at April.

o The Edinburgh Wine Bar 110 Hanover Street. 226 3009. 630-1 1pm. Bar food till 10.30pm.

1 People still remember a time when

3 only bone fide travellers could be

': served alcohol on a Sunday, and then only from a hotel. Since 1976 the Licence in Scotland Act allows any

10am, calling at Greenock, Helensburgh, Dunoon and Rothesay. It returns at about 9pm and prices are £11.95 for adults and £1.95 for children. There will be a chance to stop over in both Dunoon and Rothesay. being picked up on the return from Bute; prices are £5.95 and £7.95 respectively

; (Children £1.95). Details from the

institution, Sunday afternoons at the Tron are extremely popular not just with Jazz fans. Billed as Rikki Fernandez and Friends, the line-up (music starts about 1.30pm) varies from week to week but is always worth a visit. £1 members, £1.25 guests (50p concs). (Nthhis will change on May 11 & 18 during

at 7.45pm in the downstairs theatre. The box office is open 12.30-9pm.

0 Nobody’s Business Bannerman‘s Bar, 212 Cowgate 556 3254. Bar open 6.30—11pm. Nobody‘s Business every Sunday from 9pm, playing Folk/Blues.

bar to apply for a licence to open ' Waverley Office 041 221 8152. ManCStl- within the prescribed Sunday ' 0M.V.Ferry Queen Re-built and run . mm Law a." b t opening hours(12-2.30pm, , by volunteers from the Forth and r l S e wee”

Edinburgh and Glasgow are 11pm in either direction.

0 Postal Services Collection from Head Post Office, 2—4 Waterloo Place, Edinburgh. 1.15pm. First class deliveries should reach long distance destinations (England) by next day. Later collections are from Royal Mail House, Brunswick Road, 12. 15am (which should reach a local destination by Monday it lst Class) and 3am collection should be safe for delivery in Edinburgh on Monday. The Head Post Office in George Square, Glasgow sorts mail all day on Sunday so anything going down the chute will be sorted. For i

6.30] 1.00pm). It is a statutory policy of Glasgow District Licencing Board that pubs and hotels must close on Sunday afternoons and serve only coffee , soft drinks etc. The only exception is Private Clubs, eg the Tron Theatre and restaurants with a table licence. The alternative is to get outside the city where the restriction no longer applies.

Clyde Canal Society, trips leave

1 Glasgow Road Bridge 1.30&

i 3.30pm. Return journey to Cadder

f through the countryside takes one

2 anda halfhours. Adults£1.50, OAPs 3 £1, kids 50p. Glasgow Road Bridge

i is on the A803 to Kirkintilloch, by

l the Stables Restaurant and buses from Buchanan Street station

1 (stances 8-12) stop here.

oGlasgow 200 Uddingston . 10am-5.30pm. People tend to forget that Glasgow has a 200, but it does and has improved greatly over recent years. £2 adults, £1 children.

0 Jazz at the Tron Tron Theatre, 38 Parnie Street. 12.30-4.30pm (bar open throughout). By now an

0 Luca’s Cafe 34 High Street, Musselburgh. 665 2237. lOam—lOpm. Worth a special trip for their own make ofdelicious ice creams. Universally acknowledged as the best icecream obtainable locally, it’s available from 40p. The cafe also serves rolls, pastries, pie and beans etc.

0 St Giles' at Six St Giles’ Cathedral, High Street. 6pm. Free concerts or sometimes talks every Sunday at 6pm. See Classical Music.

0 The Traverse Theatre West Bow, 226 2633, is one of the few theatres to offer Sunday performances. During their season performances in the next day delivery post before upstairs theatre start at 7.30pm, and lunchtime. I


O Nico’s Sauchiehall Street. Glasgows original and favourite French style cafe/bar. Tends to get busy on Sundays when there is live jazzish music. Better later on when it

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