clachan


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clachan

A small village or hamlet in Scotland or Ireland.
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In the guidebook accompanying An Clachan, a clear romantic link was made between the contemporary Highlands and the Jacobite past:
Part of ScottishPower Renewables's continued voluntary commitment to the communities surrounding Clachan Flats, is the creation of a new community trust fund, administered by the Clachan Flats Windfarm Trust in Cairndow and the Inveraray Community Council, with the remit of supporting local projects and organizations.
CLACHAN Bed and Breakfast, at Wick in the Highlands of Scotland, has won a Scottish Tourist Board Gold Star.
The splendid effects are a credit to the vision not only of Holmes but also designer Lizzie Clachan, video designer Daniel Kluge and lighting designer Paul Anderson.
Pont Clachan neu Bont yr Iwerydd ydi'r enw arni ac fe'i hadeiladwyd yn 1792.
Tracey Lamond, 28, had been at the Clachan Hotel, Aberfoyle, for just three weeks when she discovered she was pregnant.
The Hebridean Smokehouse range is available by mail order only from Hebridean Smokehouse, Clachan, Locheport, Isle of North Uist, Outer Hebrides, HS6 5HD.
Loch Fyne Oysters Ltd Clachan Farm CAIRNDOW Argyll, Scotland PA26 8BH 01499 600264
That's the Clachan Bridge which spans the Seil Sound between the Argyll mainland and Seil Island.
The album Seunta (Enchanted) features the talents of Tarbert-born lead vocalist Emma Macfarlane, 16, who plays guitar and cajon; Hannah Prill, from Skipness, 17, on flute, piano and vocals; Niamh Mackaveney, 18, from West Loch Tarbert, playing violin, piano and singing; Emma Kok, 14, from Tarbert, on double bass, cello and vocals; and Naomi Stanesby, 17, from Clachan, on flute, piano, accordion, harp and vocals.
We have teamed up with the award-winning Clachan Cottage Hotel to give one lucky reader the chance to win a fantastic break in their hotel, including dinner, bed and breakfast.