Submitted by Owen McCafferty on Thu, 2009-11-26
A small industrial village having at one time a coal pit, boat building, fishing, salt mining, fish curing, lemonade factory, Clynelish Single Malt distillery (at one time called the Brora distillery), wool mill, bricks and a stone quarry. The white sandstone in the Clynelish quarry belongs to the Brora Formation, of the Callovian and Oxfordian stages (formerly Middle Oolite) of the Mid-Late Jurassic. Stone from the quarry was used in the construction of London Bridge, Liverpool Cathedral and Dunrobin Castle.
Click on the links at the bottom of the page to find What to See and Do in the Brora Area:
Line Dancing Classes
Held in Brora Scout and Guide Hall on Tuesdays at 8pm.
School of Dancing
Holds weekly classes in Brora School at 3.15pm and 4pm.
The Public Toilets in Brora are in the car park beside the Co-op.
Sea Angling is offered from the “Bonnie Lass” WK91. Contact Tom Macrae on 01408 633413
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