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