No standing on ceremony when it comes to Willie’s memory

Three friends who joined forces to buy a bench in memory of a pal who died during the summer gathered on Sunday at a dedication service in Bonchester Bridge.
Willie Bell, of Langraw, 90 at the time of his death, was a lifelong friend of Henry Douglas, Timmy Douglas and Wullie Amos. And they were joined by the  Reverend Douglas Nichol, who conducted proceedings.
Trying out the bench are, from left, Henry, Douglas, Timmy and Wullie
Three friends who joined forces to buy a bench in memory of a pal who died during the summer gathered on Sunday at a dedication service in Bonchester Bridge. Willie Bell, of Langraw, 90 at the time of his death, was a lifelong friend of Henry Douglas, Timmy Douglas and Wullie Amos. And they were joined by the Reverend Douglas Nichol, who conducted proceedings. Trying out the bench are, from left, Henry, Douglas, Timmy and Wullie

Three friends who joined forces to buy a bench in memory of a pal who died during the summer gathered on Sunday at a dedication service in Bonchester Bridge.

Willie Bell, who lived at Langraw, was 90 at the time of his death and was a lifelong friend of Henry Douglas, Timmy Douglas and Wullie Amos. And the trio of friends were joined by the Reverend Douglas Nicol, who conducted proceedings.

Trying out the bench are, from left, Henry Douglas, Douglas Nicol, Timmy Douglas and Wullie Amos.