Victorian Abercorn Square, Strabane, Co. Tyrone.
The William Starrat plaque on the Alley Theatre, Strabane.
Chris Spurr, Chairman-Ulster History Circle welcomes the Lord Lieutenant for County Tyrone, Robert L. Scott.
Trevor Wilson-Board Director-Ulster Scots with Chris Spurr.
Alderman Keith Kerrigan- Derry City and Strabane District Council, Robert L. Scott, Lord Lieutenant and Pol O’Frighill, Policy Officer/Irish and Ulster Scots-DC&SDC.
. Robert L. Scott and Dr. Wm. Roulston, Research Director-Ulster Historical Foundation.
The Lord Lieutenant with James Kee, Sollus Centre,Bready, Strabane, and Wendy Burnett-Alley Theatre.
Mervyn and Jean McKean, Longvale House, nr. Lifford, Co. Donegal with Dr.William Roulston-Ulster Historical Foundation.
Robert L. Scott, Lord Lieutenant for Co. Tyrone, Chris Spurr, Trevor Wilson and Alderman Keith Kerrigan.
Chris Spurr-Chairman Ulster History Circle welcomes guests.
Robert Lowry Scott- Lord Lieutenant.
Alderman Keith Kerrigan- S&DCDC.
Guests listen to Dr. William Roulston speaking on Wm. Starrat, the surveyor.
. Front-Derek Reaney-Ulster Scots, back-John Kerr-Alley Theatre and James Kee-Sollus Centre.
Alan Miller speaking on Wm. Starrat, the Ulster Scots poet. Guests heard poetry written some 300 years ago delivered in the Ulster-Scots tongue. Alan also read some of his poetry written in the dialect.
The Lord Lieutenant for Co. Tyrone, Robert L. Scott, unveils the Blue Plaque.
Robert L. Scott, Lord Lieutenant and Trevor Wilson-Ulster Scots Board member after the unveiling.
Staff and members of Derry City & Strabane District Council with the Lord Lieutenant and Trevor Wilson.
Dr. William Roulston, James Kee, Derek Reaney, Robert L. Scott, Trevor Wilson and Alan Miller.
The Lord Lieutenant with Jonny Dooher-Strabane, Chris Spurr,Chairman – Ulster History Circle, Leslie McKeague and Kenneth Irvine-Ulster History Circle.
Tim Clifford, treasurer-Ulster History Circle.
Wendy Burnett and Sylvia Kavanagh, Alley Theatre.
John Kerr, Alley Theatre being interviewed by Stephen from Northern