Fort Augustus Abbey, the holy men who ran it, and those who turned a blind eye.

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  3. dear all i wonder if this sits well with you all, its about GCHQ in the community where i read this from ther website.

    “For a number of years GCHQ has operated a highly successful ‘Paired Reading’ group. A pool of volunteers takes time from their lunch breaks to read with groups and/or individual children in local schools. The scheme is hugely popular with the children, the teaching staffs and our volunteers”

    “Many of our members of staff are engaged in voluntary roles in the community, such as magistrates, school governors and councillors. At last count, GCHQ had over 70 school governors, a significant contribution to the effective running of our schools. ”

    so thats alright then…

    http://www.gchq.gov.uk/AboutUs/Pages/GCHQ-in-the-Community.aspx