MEMBERS of Monifieth Local History Society enjoyed their first organised trip of the season on Thursday afternoon.
They paid a visit to the ‘Policing the Nation’ exhibition, a display about the history of policing in Scotland held in the Lamb Gallery, University of Dundee.
This was followed by an accompanied tour of the University archives.
Marianna Buultjens thanked the archivists on behalf of the society members for what had been an informative and enjoyable afternoon.
On Wednesday (April 24) at 7 p.m. in the Community Cabin, the invited guest speaker will be John Borland, chairman of the Pictish Art Society whose chosen topic will be ‘Monifieth Stones and early Angus Pictish Sculpture’. The replica of the Monifieth Cross will be on display.
Entry to members is £2 and to non members is £3. Tea and coffee will be available.
TOMORROW (Saturday) sees the start of the new season for the four local tennis clubs, with Broughty Ferry and David Lloyd juniors playing.
The ladies of the four clubs begin on Monday and the gents on Thursday.
Broughty Ferry Tennis Club
Fixtures: tomorrow (Saturday), Juniors, Superleague - Kinnoull (1) v Broughty Ferry (1): Division One – Broughty Ferry (2) v Scone. Monday, ladies, Division One – Broughty Ferry (1) v Kinross: Division Four – Montrose (2) v Broughty Ferry (2). Thursday, gents, Division 1 - Broughty Ferry (1) v Craigmuir (1): Division Four – Craigmuir (2) v Broughty Ferry (2): Division Five – Broughty Ferry (3) v Duffus.
David Lloyd Tennis Club
Fixtures, tomorrow (Saturday), juniors, Division Two – David Lloyd v St Andrews (3). Monday, ladies, Division Four – Falkland (2) v David Lloyd. Thursday, gents, Division Six - Want (3) v David Lloyd (1).
Broughty Games Club
Fixtures: Monday, April 22, ladies, Division Three – Games Club v St Andrews (2). Thursday, gents, Division Two – Games Club (1) v WANT (1): Division Four – WANT (2) v Games Club (2)
Maulesbank Tennis Club
Fixtures: Monday, ladies, Division Six – Arbroath (3) v Maulesbank.