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FOR Jean Larkin, our snapshot of the fishing party gathered at the side of the docks brought back happy memories.
The fishing party were at craggy cliffs known as the Deil's Heid, a mile north-east of Turn to Page 7
Joining them at The Cluny are local artists The Dark Sky Singers, Lanterns On The Lake, The Fishing Party and Cult Image.
Peterhead skipper George Geddes, who led the Fishing Party at the local elections, said: "When the Executive indicated it was willing to provide finance, we were willing to tie up, but no money has been forthcoming.
Answer: In the fishing party were a grandmother, her daughter (who is also a mother), and her granddaughter (the daughter's daughter)
The hunt for the group began in the early hours of Saturday after a fifth member of the fishing party who had stayed behind at their campsite awoke to find his companions had not returned to their tents.
Osborne, 35, who has a house near Paxman's in ultra-posh Notting Hill, poured red and white wine for the fishing party, but recovering alcoholic Clapton stuck to soft drinks.
Two more of the fishing party were rescued after five hours in the water by a passing yacht.