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Culbokie Guided Tour - August 2020

Come on this Guided Walk to find out about Culbokie’s colourful history, places of interest and community hopes for the future. Hear about life before modern conveniences including the many shops along the main street and the big markets that took place in the village for around 200 years. You’ll hear tales of local feuds, fairies and drinking, and how Culbokie very nearly got a station! You may also be interested to learn how the village developed from early times to the current day and how the A9 has affected the village. 
Its free. Booking is essential so we can make sure we comply with social distancing rules. To reserve a space contact info@culbokiect.org. 
Please share! We may run a second walk if demand is sufficient.

The start of the remnant of the old B9169
The start of the remnant of the old B9169
New alignment in cream with the track taken on the walk in grey.
New alignment in cream with the track taken on the walk in grey.
Surprisingly overgrown footpath
Surprisingly overgrown footpath
The exit at the entrance to Ferindonald.
The exit at the entrance to Ferindonald.
This area was always referred to as part of the dumbbell effect between the 2 areas of development in Culbokie
This area was always referred to as part of the dumbbell effect between the 2 areas of development in Culbokie
Back at the shop, originally a walled garden.
Back at the shop, originally a walled garden.
Hopefully some one will discover Tommy Brown's time capsule concealed below one of these pillars.
Hopefully some one will discover Tommy Brown's time capsule concealed below one of these pillars.
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