The Angry Corrie 31: Mar-Apr97

TAC 31 Index





Mar - Apr '97 No.31

Two-party, too-arty system:

Dave Hewitt, Perkin Warbeck

Proportional Representatives:

Alan Blanco, Pete Drummond, Val Hamilton, Grant Hutchison, Ian Johnston, David McVey, Gordon Smith

Poster campaign:

Craig Smillie, Chris Tyler

Returning officer:


Fringe candidate:

Up Loch Inchard to the Reay hills

Details of subs (and a new TACit Table) on p11. Also, a few copies of some previously sold-out TACs have resurfaced. Thus the only currently unavailable issues are TAC1, 13, 18 and 22. All others from the above address, #1 each inc p&p, #2.50 for three, #3 for four-to-eight, #4 for nine-to-fifteen, #5 for sixteen plus. Short-supply issues won't last long, so hurry to complete your set! Cheques to The Angry Corrie.

Phone TAC on: 0141-420-1137

Fax TAC on: 0141-423-9332

email: (Editor) (Warbeck)

cybertac: (TAC homepage) (Blanco's Mountain Centre)

Printed by Clydeside Press:

37 High St, Glasgow Cross, Glasgow G1 1LX; tel/fax: 0141-552-5519, email:

Late news: The Public Inquiry into the proposed Shieldaig Hydro scheme (see TAC27, p16) convenes at 10am on 8th April 1997 in the Loch Maree Hotel. Open to all, it's expected to last three weeks.

From all Nevisport and Tiso, plus:

Westward Ho!

John Smith, University Avenue

Outside Now, 173 Byres Rd

Outdoor Survival Shop,

156 Buchanan St

Scotia Bar, 114 Stockwell St

Eastward Ho Ho!:

James Thin, 57 George St

New Heights, 134 Lothian Rd

Outdoor Trading Co, 130 Rose St

Paisley: Summits, 96 Causeyside St

Hamilton: Summits, 30 Gateside St

E Kilbride: Wild Rover, 53 The Plaza

Falkirk: Challenge Sports,25 Bank St

Perth: James Thin, 176 High St

Climb and Axe, 71 S Methven St

Dunfermline: Summits, 5 Bridge St

Southern Scotland: Out and About,

2 Elcho St Brae, Peebles

Aberdeen: Marshalls, 186 George St

Highlands: Paper Shop, Kingussie

James Thin, 29 Union St, Inverness

Clive Rowland Mountain Sports, 9/11 Bridge St, Inverness

Ellis Brigham, Belford Rd, Fort Wm

Munros, 14 Bank St, Aberfeldy

Munros, Unit 2, Atholl Rd, Pitlochry

Clachaig Inn, Glen Coe

Green Welly Shop, Tyndrum

Land of Plain tiffs:

Freetime, 3 West Tower St, Carlisle

Needle Sports, 56 Main St, Keswick

LD Mountain Centre, 34 Dean St, Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Sportspages, Caxton Walk, 94-96 Charing Cross Rd, London

Cotswold Camping, 6A Oxford Rd, Manchester

Hunting Raven Bookshop,

19 Cheap St, Frome, Somerset

Outdoor Shop, 27-31 High St, Stony Stratford

More Plaid Cymru than Clyde-Cumbrae:

Climber and Rambler, Pont Y Pair, Betws-Y-Coed

The Outlets listing this time welcomes a new Pitlochry branch of Munros, whilst bidding farewell to Rock and Run - whose Manchester branch recently closed - and to Archways Promotions in Edinburgh, who achieved the rare feat of overstretching TAC's non-Heseltinan goodwill and lack of business acumen, being red-carded for persistent non-payment of invoices.

On a happier note, Muddy Boots hope to open a Climbers' Cafe in Lochaber, and have produced a questionnaire - feedback before actually feeding folk. To obtain this - and a chance to win free gear - contact Cafe Research, FREEPOST, NWW1227, Chorlton, Manchester M21 6AJ. No stamp needed. Please say you heard about this in TAC.

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