Perth and Kinross

Almondbank Inn
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Almondbank Inn

A village in the parish of Methven, Perth and Kinross, Almondbank, as its name suggests, sits on the River Almond, 4 miles (6.5 km) northwest of Perth. Once a textile centre with bleachfields, Almondbank is now a residential satellite of Perth and benefits from a post office, primary school, church and a few shops. It was the site of Royal Naval Aircraft Workshops established here during World War II. The village grew as a result of this development. Although much reduced in size, the Defence Aviation Repair Agency remains, servicing aircraft engines and manufacturing spare parts. Warehouses and other former workshop buildings are now used by small commercial enterprises.

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