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11 December 2011:
Just thought it worth a mention that in the early 1960's, for one school term, Cultybraggen was used to house and educate the boys from Queen Victoria boarding school, in Dunblane, whilst renovation work and a new extension were in progress.
- Alex Morrison (alex@pinetreecottage.freeserve.co.uk)

27 November 2011:
I came to Culltybraggan Camp as an Army Cadet in about 1974 for a two week camp in the school summer holidays and believe it or not it was this place that started my love affair with Scotland and saw me visit it on holiday some dozen times in the following years.



I remember that the old POW huts were in a separate fenced off part of the camp but that didn't stop the urge to explore and the finding of some "german graffiti" from WW2. My most vivid memory was doing Guard Duty once in the fortnight and some bright herbert leaving his wet socks on an electric heater which caused much smoke but less fire! Still it passed what would have otherwise been a boring night!



Please think carefully about what happens to the camp as battered and bruised it is still "heritage".
- Simon Lambert, Northampton, England

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