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Steel works
Steel works lit up at night

© Steve Purcell
Tartan toon

What do you first think of with the town name of Corby? Northamptonshire? Steel manufacturing? One thing you may not know is that, with well over half its population with Scottish ancestry, its adoptive name is 'Little Scotland'. More...

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