What better place to view our village than from the top of the Celtic Tower, dating from Pictish times, which stands in the centre of the village. The key for the entrance door, bottom left, can be obtained from the little coffee shop opposite. It can hardly be described as "handy handbag size" but I think this one in the photo is a reproduction. Also the top of the tower is accessed via a very sturdy spiral steel stairway. I was dizzy by the time I reached the top. My aching legs took hours to recover as well.
You can just make out that the old houses, in the centre of the village, have no front gardens but have fairly long, narrow back gardens. The old school has been turned into flats, as has the old Free Church farther to the edge of the village.
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