Fraserburgh


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Fraserburgh

(frā`zərbərə), town (1991 pop. 12,478), Aberdeenshire, NE Scotland, on the North Sea. It is one of Scotland's leading fishing ports. Herring and whitefish are caught. It was founded in 1570 by Sir Alexander Fraser, and the remains of his castle are at Kinnairds Head below a lighthouse.
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FRASERBURGH refused to let some Rangers fans in to the sides' Scottish Cup tie last night claiming fake tickets had been used.
For the first time in his life, Fraserburgh midfielder Marc Dickson is dreaming of celebrating a Rangers defeat.
Contract Notice: Fraserburgh South Links Sports Facilities
But now it looks as if Grimsby could actually gain jobs with Young's looking hard at its operations in Fraserburgh and Spey Valley.
Star Refrigeration has completed a turnkey building refurbishment and cooling system installation project at the famous Fraserburgh Fish Market in Scotland.
Taylor's double in the 2-2 draw with FRASERBURGH officially killed off Broch's title hopes.
When Fraserburgh trawlerman Dave Buchan heard the music of Marske Fishermen's Choir on a visit to Teesside in 1996, he wanted his local RNLI branch to hear them too.
Mark Dewar's team Fraserburgh Football Club called off their match yesterday as a mark of respect.
The Fraserburgh striker picked up the shiner in an accidental training ground clash during the week.
Provision of a daily student coach service from Huntly to Fraserburgh Campus and return.
Andy Lothian was close to Harris at the time of the 1963 concert in Fraserburgh which preceded the star's alleged attack on a teenage girl.