Rosehall links with slavery

In Guyana’s Berbice region, a handful of interrelated families from the north Highlands were the first to build sugar-cane plantations.


Gaelic, Norse, Brittonic? A look into the history and origins of placenames around our area Toponyms from the various names for horse are very common, …

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The minister’s bridge

The true story behind the Rosehall bridge’s byname. The Minister’s Bridge is a beautiful single-track stone bridge over a deep, rocky ravine at Allt Mhor.

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