Barra

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Barra

an island in NW Scotland, in the Outer Hebrides: fishing, crofting, tourism. Pop.: 1078 (2001)
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Delicious Hebridean oatcakes from the Isle of Benbecula compliment these delights and Hebridean toffee from the Isle of Barra provides an indulgent treat.
From clan to clearance; history and archaeology on the Isle of Barra c.
One of the last 'clearances' was conducted on the Isle of Barra, at the southern end of the Western Isles in 1850 and 1851, by its new landlord, Colonel Gordon of Cluny (1774-1858).
But one of the most popular flights for aviation enthusiasts and photographers alike is the iconic flight to the Isle of Barra, featuring the only scheduled beachlanding in the world.
Aberdyfi beat off competition from Milton Keynes and the remote Outer Hebridean Isle of Barra, where premiums are PS153 and PS155 respectively, to claim the cheapest slot.
MacNeil was then suspended from his parish on the Isle of Barra in the Outer Hebrides.
Dr Bharat Jasani, UWCM: Big Barra after Isle of Barra, Scotland.
The Isle of Barra snails have been added to the Ark of Taste, the international catalogue of endangered heritage foods.
Contractor address : 123a Craigston, Isle Of Barra,
In the Isle of Barra Youth Letter they said: "We feel behind the times and a step behind all other teenagers in Scotland.