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My Father was born in Wick and I have family ...More

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December 2014: A West Country Christmas – Dorset in December

Thomas Hardy’s celebration of Christmas in Dorset in his early novel Under the Greenwood Tree is perhaps second only to A Christmas Carol (a version ...More
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Bed and Breakfast in Wick

Wick is an ancient town with its own castle to the south and another – Sinclair Girnigio – north, and within the settlement what is claimed to be the narrowest street in Britain. Of interest to the traveller too its little airport and the nearby Pulteney distillery... Read More

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Thrumster House

Thrumster House

Thrumster is an old family run estate of about 10,000 acres, about 6,000 of which is moorland, and the rest arable crofting ground. The moors are flat, rolling expanses of flow ground, renowned for the ... More | visit website

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Old Free Church Manse

Old Free Church Manse

Centrally located in the heart of Caithness, between the towns of Thurso and Wick it is an ideal base for exploring the countryside, lochs and mountains. Only a short drive away from ferry terminals which ... More | visit website

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Bank Guest House

Bank Guest House

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Bank Guest house is a family run business situated in the centre of Wick. The views at the back overlook the countryside and it is also only a short walk ... More

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Richard the Lionheart Captured - 1192, A draw in the General Election - both sides get 272 seats - 1910, Harry Ramsden opens 1st Fish and Chip Shop - 1928, Greatest Underground Fire in History - 1984
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