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Cruden

Alexander. 1701--70, Scottish bookseller and compiler of a well- known biblical concordance (1737)
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Thousands of new SNP members who joined after last year's No vote may have been privately disappointed by Nicola Sturgeon kicking talk of a second independence referendum into the dunes of Cruden Bay.
CTS Bridges Ltd, of Shepley, was engaged by Aberdeenshire Council to design, make and install a replica of Ladies Bridge in a tidal site at Cruden Bay.
He boarded the train at King's Cross for the 14-hour train journey to Cruden Bay in Aberdeenshire, where the prime minister and his family had rented Slains Castle from the Earl of Erroll.
Her parents, Jon and Karen, were too upset to speak yesterday, but an elderly relative at their home in Cruden Bay said: "She had texted her mother to say she could not catch the bus so she had hopped in someone's car.
Ms Fraser, aged 43, of Cruden Bay, Aberdeenshire, said: "I wouldn't wish this on my worst enemy.
Slains Castle, near Cruden Bay, which is reputed to have been the inspiration for the vampire's fortress in Bram Stoker's novel, has been derelict for 80 years.
IT was all downhill for Wales after the first morning in the Women's Home International at Cruden Bay in Scotland last week.
This means that she will play for Wales in the four-cornered home international series at Cruden Bay next month.
After months of speculation about her future plans, the 20-year-old Glamorgan champion from Cotterell Park has finally confirmed that she will bid for her European tour card this autumn - but not before helping Wales challenge for the Four Cornered Home International title at Cruden Bay.
Experts believe Stoker typed it while living in London and may also have done some of the work on it at Cruden Bay in Aberdeenshire.
Experts believe Stoker typed it in London and may also have done some of the work at Cruden Bay in Aberdeenshire before Dracul a was published in 1897.
He's particularly fond of a few at Cruden Bay in the British Isles, but notes that Pine Valley has several that stand out.