In the 19th and first half of the 20th century, permission to walk in Tayfield grounds had to be obtained and tickets were issued. This example dates from 1840.
This is the badge of Newport Tennis Club (now known as WANT - Wormit and Newport Tennis).
The badge of Wormit Bowling Club.
Invitation/programme for the Provost's Ball, held on 1 February 1974 to celebrate the reopening of the refurbished Blyth Hall.
Bank of Scotland Scotquiz Trophy, won by Newport Primary School, 1990
Bottles from William Doig the Chemist.
Bowl and ladle presented to Willie Rankine in 1974 while visiting Norwegian Squadron 333 veterans in Norway, with whom he had remained in contact after they were stationed at Woodhaven.
The Bradford and Bingley Cup. Awarded to Newport Primary School in 1990-91. Any further information about this trophy and its recipient(s) would be appreciated.
Spent bullet cartridges found in Kilnburn, Newport, after a Spitfire had chased a German seaplane, forcing it down on the river.
Invitation to the Newport Burgh Golden Jubilee celebrations - 50 years as a burgh on 8 October 1937.
Dens cottages calendar, probably early 1900s.
This model of 'Vingtor', the first Catalina PBY flown by 333 Squadron, was made by John McCulloch of Dundee Model Aeroplane Club. It was brought to Woodhaven by John to the 60th anniversary of VE Day in 2005 on the occasion of a visit by 333 Squadron.
A commemorative silver crown produced to celebrate the silver wedding anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh, 1972.
Certificate of pardon in 2006 for Peter Black.
Chemist's powder trestle from Doig’s the chemist. Folding the powder paper over this little trestle ensured identical sized powder sachets.
Chemist's scales from Doig's shop.
Christmas card from the Sergeants' Mess, 18th Battalion of the Royal Scots, Wormit Detachment.
Clock presented by Newport Quoting Club to Joseph Keay (newsagent at pier) in 1914.
In the Congregational Church's Triple Jubilee year 1951, this bedspread was created as a fund-raiser. People were asked to sign their names, then the names were embroidered over.
A Newport commemorative medal produced for the coronation of King Edward VII in 1902. The coronation had to be postponed due to the King's ill health with appendicitis, and as a result many medals and other memorabilia were wrongly dated - the coronation actually took place on 9th August 1902.
Wooden crumb tray made by Mars boys.
Curling Club badge, showing a game in progress on the lower pond, plus the little clubhouse.
Board used to alert Curling Club members that the ice at Tayfield curling ponds was firm.