A scattered settlement on the Black Isle, Highland Council Area, Cullicudden lies on the southeast side of the Cromarty Firth opposite Evanton. It is said to take its name from a small tasteless fish known as a cuddy that used to be caught in large quantities in a small creek on the shore. The old church, which stands on a slope running down to the Cromarty Firth, was built in 1606.

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