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Three honours for Moray folk

By SPP Reporter

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(Right) Linda Gorn at the opening of Keith Kilt School
(Right) Linda Gorn at the opening of Keith Kilt School

A TEACHER, kilt maker and dancer have been recognised in the Queen’s New Year honours list.

Ben Goss, who taught at Gordonstoun for more than 30 years, was made an OBE for his services to people with disabilities as well as the disadvantaged in the UK and abroad.

He is chairman of the charity Give Them a Sporting Chance and founder of The Chaffinch Trust.

Linda Gorn, chairwoman of the Keith Kilt and Textile Centre, was made and MBE for services to the economy in Banffshire, while Jessie Stuart will receive a BEM for her services to Scottish country and old time dancing.

See next week’s Northern Scot newspapaer for more details.

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