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The Jute Barons of Dungarthill House

Explore the rich history of Dundee’s jute industry and the Cox family’s pivotal role from the 1840s. Discover Dungarthill House, built for Albert Edward Cox, and delve into the Cox Brothers’ innovative approach to jute manufacturing at Camperdown Works. Learn about the societal impact, including the rise of “Women’s Town,” labor struggles, and the transformation of Dundee’s economy. This comprehensive overview sheds light on the Cox family’s legacy, the industrial and social dynamics of Victorian Dundee, and the city’s evolution amidst the rise and fall of the jute trade.

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Traces of a Roman Past at Gilmerton House

Traces of a Roman Past at Gilmerton House When Ian Kinloch tapped his metal detector over a field just south-east of Gilmerton House, he discovered an unexpected trove of artifacts from Scotland’s ancient entanglements with the Roman empire. He uncovered

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Corporate retreat in a Scottish castle

Escape the ordinary and embrace the extraordinary with a corporate retreat in a Scottish castle. Elevate your team’s potential in a setting steeped in history and surrounded by natural beauty. Unleash creativity, strengthen bonds, and redefine success.

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The Perfect Choice for Multi-Generational Travel

The Perfect Choice for Multi-Generational Travel As children and grand-children become age appropriate, multi-generational travel can be a great way to connect with family and create memories told at the Christmas table for years to come. However, it can also

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