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Black and white photo of the Mausoleum with trees and path in the foreground

Duff House is believed to be the most northerly example of what was a really exciting “invention” of the 18th century.

Colour photo showing the re-created corner of the now demolished Duff House east wing showing a bronze plaque and a poppy and forget-me-not wreath

It’s Monday morning, 22nd July 1940 – 79 years ago. The day is just getting going, just after nine o’clock in the morning – another great summer morning. A lone Heinkel bomber disturbs the peace….

Black and white image of part of the town plan of Macduff showing the streets named in the Story

Many towns around the UK have a Market Street, like Macduff; or a Market Place, like Banff. Old Market Place in Banff, between Tesco and The Spotty Bag shop, was indeed just that – a place where markets were held, although other places have also been used. However, in Macduff, it seems Market Street was not used for that purpose and the name has a different background.

Colour image of gravestone with three dogs names and moulded crowns

A story behind the pet gravestone in Wrack Woods.

There are several Monkey Puzzle trees around Banff and Macduff but two in particular have a place commemorating world events.

49-53 Bridge Street is a Category C Listed Building situated in Bridge Street.