Images of Lossie’s past to feature in two-day exhibition

Exhibition will provide views of Old Lossie.
Exhibition will provide views of Old Lossie.

AN EXHIBITION OF LOSSIEMOUTH photographs will take people from the coastal town through the rich and varied history of the faces and places that made Lossie what it is today.

An initiative of the Lossiemouth Heritage Association with the support of the Lossiemouth Community Development Trust, the Old Lossie Photo Exhibition is being held in the town hall from two days in November.

A spokesman for the Heritage Association said: “We have joined forces with Joyce Mitchell to bring together historic images of the town and its people.

“Joyce has connections with Alexander MacKilligan, who was a photographer and journalist in Lossiemouth from 1880 until his retirement in 1922.”

The exhibition will also feature artefacts from the home of the town’s most famous son, former Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald, courtesy of his granddaughter and current owner of the MacDonald family home in Lossiemouth, the Hillocks.

Entry to the exhibition is just £2 with the doors open from 10am until 8pm on November 22 and 10am until 5pm on November 23.