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A history of the old shop and post office at Burncrook, Upper Bayble

In May 2020, the Roots for Low Impact Living steering group committee received a £2000 grant fund from Foundation Scotland to contribute towards administrator salary costs related to furthering a local shop project. 

This funding was used to capture a significant piece of local history through the historical documentation of memorabilia, interviewing and recording of the local community memories of the Old Shop in Bayble and the people that use to live and work there.

This history project has enabled us to capture these memories before they were lost through the passing of time, furthering this local shop project. 

We are delighted to be able share this work here, in this excellent and nostalgic account of how things use to be...

From a needle to an anchor

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