Forvie Court & Slains Lodge, Hightown

Forvie Court & Slains Lodge, Hightown

Tins of black pudding used to be produced at Maclean’s Scotch Food Factory in Collieston. The company, whose registered trade mark was ‘Gillie’, operated from their factory location in what was previously the old stable block of Slains Lodge. The factory closed in the early 1960’s and the building was bought in the early 1980’s by Barratt Construction who converted it into houses and renamed it Forvie Court.

Ronnie Maclean, from Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis, was a cousin of my daughter's grandmother from Skye.
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Forvie Court & Slains Lodge, Hightown

Forvie Court & Slains Lodge, Hightown

Tins of black pudding used to be produced at Maclean’s Scotch Food Factory in Collieston. The company, whose registered trade mark was ‘Gillie’, operated from their factory location in what was previously the old stable block of Slains Lodge. The factory closed in the early 1960’s and the building was bought in the early 1980’s by Barratt Construction who converted it into houses and renamed it Forvie Court.

Ronnie Maclean, from Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis, was a cousin of my daughter's grandmother from Skye.
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