2 edition of Brora and surrounding district found in the catalog.
Brora and surrounding district
Final thirteen pages are advertisements.
|Statement||by A. Polson.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||49,p., 2 plates ;|
|Number of Pages||49|
From , Brora’s gates will open after some 36 years of quiet, following meticulous, brick-by-brick restoration currently underway to bring the legendary whisky house back to life. To welcome this new era and celebrate the past craftsmen that made Brora over its year history, comes this new release year-old expression. Book your tickets online for the top things to do in Brora, Scottish Highlands on Tripadvisor: See traveler reviews and photos of Brora tourist attractions. Find what to do today, this weekend, or in May. We have reviews of the best places to see in Brora. Visit top-rated & must-see attractions.
Brora is a small but beautiful Highland village equipped with all you’d need to really make your holiday, including a golf course frequented by Open Champion winners such as Peter Thompson and Paul Lawrie, The local working distillery produces both a Brora and a Clynelish malt whisky and both are internationally renowned. To book call. Brora Rangers Football Club are delighted to announce that Jack Michael shall be joining the Board with immediate effect. J Kelty Hearts – Brora Rangers Joint Statement.
Brora is situated on the popular and famous ‘North Coast ’ tourist route. It is also situated on the attractive ‘John o’Groats Trail’ coastal footpath. There is more information about Brora Village on the Brora and District Website. TripAdvisor recommends visiting Loch Brora as one of the main attractions and gives it 5 star rating. About Community Councils. Community Councils are voluntary organisations that act as a voice for their local area. They express the views and concerns of local people on a wide range of issues. They meet regularly to discuss issues affecting their area, including planning and licensing applications.
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Brora, United Kingdom. 1, likes talking about this. BroraFollowers: K. Brora: A legendary distillery and whisky, Dr. Patrick Brossard Dr. Patrick Brossard Extensive research was conducted over almost 10 years in order to carefully and accurately documents the history of the old Clynelish (later to be renamed Brora) distillery in Brora, from its foundation in until its closure inFile Size: KB.
The Brora Distillery was founded by the Marquess of Stafford-- one of the richest families of the day, whose members collected royal titles like some of us collect stamps.
The original name of the distillery was "Clynelish," and it kept that name all the way untilwhen a /10(). History. Brora is a small industrial village, having at one time a coal pit, boat building, salt pans, fish curing, lemonade factory, the new Clynelish Distillery (as well as the old Clynelish distillery which is now called the Brora distillery), wool mill, bricks and a stone white sandstone in the Clynelish quarry belongs to the Brora Formation, of the Callovian and Oxfordian Council area: Highland.
Delighted to report that the first batch of masks for Brora residents have arrived and will shortly begin to be delivered. We do have male/unisex ones as well a s these girlie ones - and kids styles. We'd love you to post photos of yourselves in your masks - see who got which styles:D Watch your letterboxes over the next week for yours.
And do wear them when shopping or on public transport. The Brora distillery was a producer of single malt Scotch whisky that operated between and History.
The Brora distillery was built in by the Marquess of Stafford, although it was known as "Clynelish" until the opening of the Clynelish Distillery inwhereupon the name of the original Clynelish was changed to "Brora".
Between May and JulyBrora produced a Location: Brora, Scotland. Situated just north of Brora on the east coast of Sutherland, Brora Club Site is set in a sheltered saucer of land with pretty views of the surrounding countryside and just yards from a sandy beach. You can play golf directly from the caravan site and use the course as your pathway to the sea.4/5().
Explore Brora’s collection of clothing and luxury Scottish Cashmere. Shop the latest collection online and in store today. Brora History. Brora – or as it was originally known, Clynelish – is one of Scotland’s Clearance distilleries [see also Talisker].It was built in by the Marquis of Stafford (later the Duke of Sutherland) who with his wife and her factors [estate managers] enacted some of the most brutal forced evictions in the Highlands, as part of an economic experiment which farmers.
About Brora Right where miles of golden beaches meet the renowned Salmon rivers of the region, Brora is steeped in a rich and wonderfully diverse history.
If you are coming to participate in the many outdoor pursuits including walking or cycling in this last great wilderness where an abundance of wildlife abounds, then this is a great place for it. As Brora golf club enters its th year, there are many reasons why the golf club has been so successful.
The golf course design is recognised as being one of James Braid’s finest pieces of work. The green staff work tirelessly to preserve the original design whilst presenting a course that is regularly acclaimed for its quality.
Brora, in the North East Highlands in Sutherland is perfectly placed. The village is remote enough to have you wake up in a quiet, magnificent environment surrounded by the full range of expected typical traditional Highland scenes yet only an hour from the capital, Inverness, with its highly rated restaurants and an exciting arts and music scene.
The most comprehensive book on the old Clynelish/Brora distillery, Brora, Sutherlandshire, Scotland and the Clynelish and Brora Single Malt brora: A legendary distillery ( (and whisky) Limited to only copies worldwide. Hotels in Brora Flights to Brora Things to do in Brora Car Rentals in Brora Brora Vacation Packages Important: This destination may have COVID travel restrictions in place, including specific restrictions for /5(2).
Welcome to the Website for the charming east Sutherland village of Brora in the Scottish Highlands. Visitors to the area often use Brora as a base to explore this vast and stunning coastline, with an abundance of historic sites, unspoilt natural beauty, of course the wonderful beaches, a huge variety of wildlife such as grey seals, deer, dolphins and many outdoor activities such as fishing.
Walks along the beach also locally and out into the surrounding hills. The local beaches with the better beach to the north of the river over a mile long.
Brora Rangers the local football club usually have a match every the south side of Brora just as you come into the town. Grass Bowling and Tennis at the local golf road. Brora Golf Club Golf Road Brora Sutherland KW9 6QS – GB Tel: +44 (0) Email: [email protected] From exquisitely soft cashmere jumpers to printed silk blouses, find a timeless addition to your wardrobe with the Brora collection of women’s clothing.
We have raised £72, of our new target of £, for NHS Charities Together | Learn More +44 (0) Brora and District Action Group (BaDAG) Brora and District Action Group (BaDAG) is Brora's Development Trust. It is run by local residents to help improve quality of life in the village and district of Clyne.
It seeks to ensure the community can influence developments which affect everyone. The old Brora distillery in Scotland, until recently, was part of the so called silent distilleries that were closed over the course of history in this segment of the whisk(e)y world.
Brora, founded in on the windswept Sutherland coast in northeast Scotland, was closed inwith only occasional releases by owner Diageo from dwindling.
The river inland, Loch Brora and surrounding hills are great walking, cycling and, most impressively nature spotting territory – see following sections. Local Mountain Biking is run by Highland Wildcats in nearby Golspie features the longest descent in the UK from the summit of Ben Bhraggie (' to sea-level) - and the longest technical.Brora Single Malt Whisky.
The persistent clamour by malt fans to have Brora re-opened got louder each year as more new and fantastic expressions were released by parent company Diageo and various independent bottlers - but all protests have fallen on deaf ears and it now seems impossible for the distillery to go back into production.Board Update – Jack Michael 9th May Brora Rangers Football Club are delighted to announce that Jack Michael shall be joining the Board with immediate effect.
J is especially interested in digital marketing and is currently the Media Officer for the Highland League and oversees all .