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St Margarets Braemar Historic ‘At Risk’ Church Saved for the Nation

24 June 2013
A dilapidated historic church, considered to be one of the architectural gems of the 20th century has been saved for the nation through its sale to a charity for £1, thanks to the initiative of ...
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Black Isle Fiddle Weekend 2013 Churches on the fiddle

11 June 2013
Two churches linked to the  Scottish Redundant Churches Trust (SRCT) are on the fiddle this July. But happily they’re not bending any rules, or looking for loopholes in the law, they are g...
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East Church Cromarty A Cromarty Dredgie

13 May 2013
At 10am on Friday 26th April we reburied the bones of eleven Cromarty men and women, and one child, in a quiet corner of the kirkyard. With the exception of the child, we know that they all died befor...
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Nigg Pictish cross-slab Nigg Pictish cross-slab

09 April 2013
Across the waters of the Cromarty Firth from Cromarty lies the parish of Nigg and its fine old parish church. Within the church lies one of the most  significant  monuments in early medieval...
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Cromarty bakery to let in 1782 New Cromarty bakery

13 March 2013
This advert from 1782 was found by historian, Jim Mackay, during his searches among the archives. This new house and bakehouse was built at a time that Cromarty was undergoing major development as a ...
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