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Bow - Tow Issue 01, Published Nov 2013

Free Fishermen’s Society / Action Tidy-up / Introducing George Hackland

Bow - Tow Issue 02, Published Jun 2014

Dr Thomas Latta / Gruesome Discovery / Bow-Tow, The Musical / Introducing Dr George Venters

Bow - Tow Issue 03, Published Nov 2014

Stories Behind the 2015 Calendar / Sir Alexander Morison / Introducing Owen Scott

Bow - Tow Issue 04, Published Jan 2015

Newhaven Fisherwomen’s Choir / Newhaven Community Choir / Rev Dr James Fairbairn / Friends of Starbank Park / Greening Newhaven / Introducing Laura Thomson

Bow - Tow Issue 05 Published Apr 2015

Cruise Ships Call at Newhaven / Easter-Egg Time at Starbank Park / Newhaven Gala Day 1984 / The Liston Legacy / Introducing Jeff Liston


Bow - Tow Issue 06 Published Jul 2015

Police Box Festival / Daniel McNair Frew / The Chapel of the Virgin Mary and St James / Newhaven on the Wee Screen / Introducing Sophia Abrahamsen


Bow - Tow Issue 07 Published Oct 2015

The Games We Played / Newhaven Community Choir / The 2016 Calendar / Green Flag for Starbank Park / Introducing Harry Summers


Bow - Tow Issue 08 Published Jan 2016

Robert Finlay, Lord Chancellor / Greening Newhaven / Chris Garner’s New Book / Heritage Lottery Funded Exhibition / Introducing Heather Yang


Bow - Tow Issue 09 Published Apr 2016

Newhaven: Then and Now Exhibition / Obituary - George Hackland / Ship Ahoy, Cruise Ships’ Visits / Prospectus from MSP Candidates / Jimmy Rutherford / Introducing Dougie Ratcliffe


Bow - Tow Issue 10 Published Jul 2016

125th Anniversary of Starbank Park / Centre of Attraction/ Newhaven Gala Day 2016 / The Founding of Newhaven Church / Fitting Tribute / Introducing Gordon Young


Bow - Tow Issue 11 Published Oct 2016

An opportunity and a challenge / The Diary of the Newhaven Fisherwomen’s Choir / Jim Park remembers the Leith Hospital Pageant / The Newhaven Heritage Centre website /


Bow - Tow Issue 12 Published Jan 2017

New boundary changes / Fisherwomen’s Choir’s seasonal activities / Christmas in the Village / Thomas Cowan Carnie (1863-1956) / Gordon Munro / Newhaven Community Garden


Bow - Tow Issue 13 Published April 2017

A New Purpose for Old Victoria / Newhaven Gala Day 2017 / Johnston and Ann Flucker / Council Election Candidates Outline Their Respective Manifestos for Newhaven / Meet Judy Crabb


Bow - Tow Issue 14 Published July 2017

Old Victoria? — Seize the Hour / Doors Open Day / Fisherwomen’s Choir / But for Them - Peter Sellar/ Newhaven Gala Photo Album

Bow - Tow Issue 15 Published Oct 2017

Old Victoria — Doors Open Success / Doors Open Day / Wearing the Braws / But for Them — Peter Sellar Pt 2 / Handling Box Project


Bow - Tow Issue 16 Published Jan 2018

Onwards and Upwards - The Phoenix Project / Building Our Network / Serial Lifesaver / But for Them — Esther Liston, The Last Fishwife / Handling Box Project


Bow - Tow Issue 17 Published Apr 2018

All Systems Go - A New School for Newhaven / The Memories Project / Neil McNaughton / From The Annals / Viscount Newhaven


Bow - Tow Issue 18 Published July 2018

Come and Join Us! / Awards Bring Rewards / Bonnie Newhaven / From  The Annals / But for Them — Bill Wilson / Doors Open Day /


Bow - Tow Issue 19 Published October 2018

Launch Special - Open Meeting / Questionnaire Returns  / From The Annals - The Steeple of St Andrews / Newhaven Heritage 2019 Calendar / Autumn  Reflections /


Bow - Tow Issue 20 Published Jan 2019

Pageant / Lest We Forget — John Eadie / The Sharpshooter Eye of Wendy Sodergren / From the Annals / The Shoulders of Giants — Dr William Finlay / Gardening Pleasures /


Bow - Tow Issue 21 Published Jan 2019

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