I'm Alastair from Glasgow. I've been Qyping since 23-08-2008
""It would seem as if. I. the workman had consigned the whole race of artisans to endless sorrows, and as if they were expiating my crime" The Wandering Jew"
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27 Hyndland Street, West end, Glasgow, Scotland G11 5QF
Great, thursday nights, steak pie and chips followed byThe Paddy Flaherty Trio.
Kitchen closes at nine the band plays nine til eleven and Paddy is an absolute star. A humorous and imaginitive drummer-quite unique the closest I could suggest Elvin jones. nice cafe and pub atmosphere. music or something most nights.
11 Forrest Street, Broad Street Industrial Estate, Glasgow, Scotland G40 2TX
24-11-2008 (updated on 29-01-2009)
A range of native and exotic timbers. I specialise in timbers suitable for woodcarving and woodturning, having larger blocks disks and unusual items such as Burrs spalted timbers and carving logs. There is also a range of full and half battons for fine woodworking. In addition I have unusual items such as Tagua Nut, Soap Stone, Mammoth Ivory and antler. There is a small range of second hand tools and books.
Customers wishing to purchase timber by mailorder can phone me or email and I can price up blocks to suit. Delivery is charged at the bare cost of postage.
Pre priced timber blocks and carvings are available for sale on the website.
Out of hours opening is available most of the time contact me for details/
28-30 Market Square, Stonehaven, Scotland AB39 2BA
traveling down from the north there is nothing better than to nip into Sandy’s for a fish tea. As you would expect for a fishing town this place is excellent. They prepare your food to order which takes a bit of time but it is worth the wait.
Just off the A90 about 10 miles south of Aberdeen the chippy is on the market square and well worth the small detour. If the weather is fine you can wander down to the shore to eat or sit in.
The white pudding (oats) is also a great east coast delicacy I miss since moving to the west.