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New Deer — The main street in New Deer New Deer (Scottish Gaelic: Achadh Reite) is a settlement in Aberdeenshire, North East Scotland that lies in the valley of Deer. It was founded after monks from Deer Abbey, Old Deer built a chapel at Auchreddie, which… … Wikipedia
Fetterangus — (Scottish Gaelic: Fothair Aonghais ) is a small village in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, located just to the north of Mintlaw. Fetterangus is often called Fishie though the origin of this nickname is unknown. Though only having a population of between … Wikipedia
Buchan Observer — The Buchan Observer is a local weekly newspaper based in Peterhead, which serves Peterhead and surrounding Buchan.It has two sister newspapers, namely the Fraserburgh Herald and Ellon Times.The editorial team consists of Ken Duncan (Editor),… … Wikipedia
Boddam, Aberdeenshire — Infobox UK place official name= Boddam local name= gaelic name= scots name= country= Scotland area footnotes= area total sq mi= area total km2 = population= 1,364 [cite web|publisher=Scotland s Census Results Online|title =Comparative Population… … Wikipedia