COVID-19 Announcement: In view of ongoing COVID-19 pandemic our committee has decided to cancel dancing until the end of this year. This will be reviewed in December with the hope we can resume dancing in the New Year.
Take care all and stay safe.
Tigh na Drochaid
Mr. McAndrew Tailor. Lived at the Causer. His wife ran a small sweet shop there. After Boots bought his previous shop, Mr. McAndrew moved his tailoring there. Mr. McAndrew was disabled and got around using a wheelchair or a tricycle. Due to his disability, the tricycle was propelled by hand cranks instead of foot pedals. He apparently regularly went up and down Balnagowan Brae on it!
George McKenzie’s parents owned the Nethy Bridge Hotel.
Mrs Cluny Married, came to live in the village. Opened shop selling wide variety of things, including drapery and sweets.
Mr. Teneroni French Algerian. Used to be a chef in the Nethy Bridge Hotel and retired to the house. His wife was disabled. He painted china plates etc and opened a shop there selling china. He is remembered for being very generous and good to the village, especially the Football Club. Remained there until he died.
Mr. P and Mrs S Moseley. During their ownership, holiday accomodation was provided there (to 2003).
Residential Formerly B&B with attached holiday accomodation and Antiques Gallery
Opposite Nethy House, Nethy Bridge
Tigh na Drochaid – the white house visible on the right of the picture (post war). This is a view down the road from the Nethy bridge towards the Nethy Bridge Hotel, with Nethy House and Station Road on the left and Balnagowan Brae on the right, between the Hotel and Tigh na Drochaid Photograph courtesy of Alastair McCook
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