One of Moray’s most iconic buildings will be the subject of an illustrated talk at Lossiemouth library next week.
Brodie Castle, which is also one of the area’s most popular visitor attractions, dates back to the16th century and has been in the safe keeping of the National Trust for Scotland since the late 1970s.
The talk has been arranged by the trust in association with the Lossiemouth Heritage Group and will take place on Thursday, March 17 at 7pm.
Admission is free and more information is available by calling the library on 01343 813334 or by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Moray Council area stretches from Tomintoul in the south to the shores of the Moray Firth, from Keith in the east to Forres in the west. The council and its 4,500 employees respond to the needs of 92,500 residents in this beautiful part of Scotland, which nestles between Aberdeenshire and the Highlands.
Famous for its colony of dolphins, fabulous beaches and more malt whisky distilleries than any where else in Scotland, Moray is a thriving area and a great place to live.
Headquartered in Elgin, the administrative capital of Moray.