Knockando Mill (Moray)

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Knockando Woollen Mill

Sarah Mack reveals the restoration plan for Scotland's oldest working woollen mill. Euan follows the journey of the famous Edinburgh Christmas tree from felling in the forest to the switch-on of lights. Find out if the Young family are ready to part with their feathered friends in the final instalment of Landward's 'Turkey for Christmas' series.

Landward presenter Sarah Mack visits Knockando woollen mill in the Spey Valley near Aberlour, one of the oldest surviving district mills in the UK.

The A-listed group of buildings is looked after by the Knockando Woolmill Trust, who have received funding to renovate these historic structures.

Moray Group

Moray is one of Scotland’s 32 unitary council areas. It borders Aberdeenshire and Highland with a coastline on the Moray Firth.

The Moray council area was created in 1996, adopting the existing boundaries of the former Moray district of the two-tier Grampian region.

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