Nethy Bridge History

Comprehensive database with info and photos highlighting the fascinating history of Nethy and the surrounding area

Nethy Bridge History

Comprehensive database with info and photos highlighting the fascinating history of Nethy and the surrounding area

Nethy Bridge History

Comprehensive database with info and photos highlighting the fascinating history of Nethy and the surrounding area

Nethy Bridge History

Comprehensive database with info and photos highlighting the fascinating history of Nethy and the surrounding area

Nethy Bridge History

Comprehensive database with info and photos highlighting the fascinating history of Nethy and the surrounding area

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Juniper Cottage

Owners/occupiers

Gregor Grant Cobbler,  Terry and Lynne Sayer

Uses

Private residence and Bed and Breakfast accommodation (2005) Gregor Grant

Construction date

Built by 1881.

Location/map ref

Tulloch Road, Nethy Bridge

History

One of the older granite croft cottages.

Remembered as having a sign in the window of the workshop saying ‘Boots repaired here free of charge tomorrow’. The sign had a silver background and gold lettering. The sign was a joke, some locals explaining that ‘tomorrow never comes’.

Other references

M. O’Reilly Explore Abernethy Visitor Centre

McCook, A (2004)

Local resident T & L Sayers (2005)

Dr Jean Munro & Elizabeth Fleming (2008

Nethy Bridge Community Centre

We are grateful to the listed businesses and organisations, without which it would not be possible to run a community website.

community.centre@nethybridge.com

A charitable company limited by guarantee
Registered charity number: SC 012389
Company registration number: SC 379387

Registered Office

Post Office
Nethy Bridge
Inverness-shire
PH25 3DA
Scotland