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Memories from orphans as researched by pupils from Speyside High School:
'If you were very bad you were told to clean all the brass in the church'
'If you sang a wrong note, you were sent behind the organ to pump air into it'
'One real complaint of mine was the church and all of the prayers. You had them at breakfast, dinner, tea, supper and bedtime. You had to learn a verse of a psalm and if you could not say it off by heart, you got the belt'
'The services were often conducted by "Wolfie" (Canon Wolfe, the Warden of the Orphanage for over thirty years). He had two black labrador dogs, Spey and Lour. They attended every service and on arrival headed for the altar where they lay for the duration of the service'