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    Hi all.
    Apologies for breaking in here as a stoopit forrinner :flowers1:

    My beloved and I have decided that we want to wed in Scotland (and not in Glasgow or Edinburgh, please). Janny has had this dream of being married in a small white church.
    A further search led to Killin – and it stuck, so we intend to come over in the week surrounding our planned marriage date, which will be June 20.

    We are from the Netherlands, and relatively unknown with how things like this work in Scotland. I’ve found that we can sort out the paperwork, and I think I’ve found meself a piper, but apart from what I’ve read in the History section, that’s about it.

    First of all, I’d like to get in touch with the Minister of the Parish Church, Rev. John Lincoln. What would be a good way to get in touch with him? Phone or email would be fine with me.

    Regards, and thanks for any help,
    peter huppertz

    ,Doctor Love


    The telephone number you are looking for is 01567 820247
    “The Church Manse”


    Hi there…

    @Doc: thanks!

    We’ve touched base with Rev. John Lincoln, and with the Registrar, and everything looks like we’re all set.

    There’s only one problem: the local Killin photographer (Paul Norris) turns out to be on vacation by the time we’ve planned our marriage. Which means that, outside the groom, there will be no photographers on the scene. And since the bride will look harshly upon the groom when he so much as gets near the zipper on his equipment bag, that sort of rules the groom out as the resident photographer 😉

    Does anyone know of another photographer in the region? I’d hate to have to explain one of the members of the family how to obtain a shallow depth of field, and while I do know a few experts in Glasgow, I’d also hate the dent that this would kick in our (already pretty exhausted) budget.



    Photographer sorted as well (thanks to Duncan the piper). We’re all set. 🙂

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