Sir Francis Galton is one of the most important intellectuals the majority of us have never heard of. Born in Birmingham in 1822, Galton’s interests included statistics, sociology, psychology, anthropology and meteorology. He was also an explorer and inventor. Little … Continued

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Thanks to all who came along to the 3rd and final Carbon Social Cycle Club event of the year.   It was a chilly start rolling out from Linlithgow train station but we soon warmed up on the 8 mile … Continued

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15th September 2017

Beware of fund tips in the media

One of the most obvious places to look for suggestions on which funds to invest in is in the national press. But no matter how compelling a case journalists make for a particular fund, there are very good reasons to … Continued

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On 16th September the Carbon Social Cycle Club heads to the Royal Burgh of Linlithgow for a ‘rolling’ 47 mile ride which takes in quiet farm roads, Beecraigs Country Park and a tour of the mighty Bathgate Alps. We will meet for … Continued

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We enjoyed a great event again at the Perthshire Chamber of Commerce Golf Day, held on the PGA Centenary Course at Gleneagles.  The 2014 Ryder Cup venue was in first-class condition, and whilst neither the weather nor the golf quite … Continued

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