(Kirktown of Clatt)

The Aberdeenshire village of Clatt, more fully known as the Kirktown of Clatt, is situated on the Gadie Burn at the foot of the Coreen Hills, 2 miles (3 km) east of Rhynie. Designated a burgh of barony in 1501 by James IV, this tiny settlement had its own provost and bailies in addition to being the birthplace of the Bard of Corgarff, Wullie Gray. The village is a noted craft centre with a Rural Exhibition.

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