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In January 2017 there was a dog walk through the Falkland estate organised by [[LGBT Health and Wellbeing]].<ref>[https://www.fifevoluntaryaction.org.uk/news.asp?id=8082 Event page] on the Fife Voluntary Action website ([http://web.archive.org/web/20180223230749/https://www.fifevoluntaryaction.org.uk/news.asp?id=8082 archived] by the Internet Archive, 23 February 2018).</ref>
 
In January 2017 there was a dog walk through the Falkland estate organised by [[LGBT Health and Wellbeing]].<ref>[https://www.fifevoluntaryaction.org.uk/news.asp?id=8082 Event page] on the Fife Voluntary Action website ([http://web.archive.org/web/20180223230749/https://www.fifevoluntaryaction.org.uk/news.asp?id=8082 archived] by the Internet Archive, 23 February 2018).</ref>
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On 8 June 2019 [[Ross Burgess]] and [[Peter Burman]] were married in Falkland.
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

Latest revision as of 22:31, 18 June 2019

Falkland Palace
Falkland is a village and former royal burgh in Fife, Scotland.

LGBT history

In January 2017 there was a dog walk through the Falkland estate organised by LGBT Health and Wellbeing.[1]

On 8 June 2019 Ross Burgess and Peter Burman were married in Falkland.

References

  1. Event page on the Fife Voluntary Action website (archived by the Internet Archive, 23 February 2018).