Clyne Heritage Society is a very active heritage group, based in the village of Brora (in the parish of Clyne) on the east coast of Sutherland in the Highlands of Scotland.
The fully constituted Society was formed in 1998 by a group of people living in the parish who were interested in preserving Clyne’s fascinating and quickly disappearing heritage, e.g. demolition of coal mine in 1981 and Hunter’s Woollen Mill in 2004. The Society has acquired registered charitable status; it is made up of a committee of 12 and currently has a membership of over 150 people, spread far and wide.
They are actively involved in supporting all heritage matters within Clyne parish, and also concerned in the wider heritage affairs of the whole of the County of Sutherland.
All the latest news from CHS can be found on theirr continually updated Facebook page or on their website:
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