Aberfeldy: The History of a Highland Community

Published by The Watermill Bookshop.

The result of two years research and writing by Ruary Mackenzie Dodds, this is a full-length history from the Ice Ages right up to 2010 and covering the area from Glen Lyon to Logierait.  

Paperback, with 192 pages and over 150 photographs, many not seen for years, it is £14.99 plus £2.55 carriage in UK.

We can send overseas (£6) please contact us on bookshop@aberfeldywatermill.com.

You can read a review here

£14.99

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Up and Coming Events

Saturday 16th Jun (3.00pm)

Pussninks Story Time

Our very own wonderful cake-maker Norma Lindsay will be reading from her newly-published picture book, Pussninks. Meet this EXTRAordinary cat and enjoy the fun! Half an hour of story-telling for 4-7 year olds. Free event but let us know if you are coming.

Friday 6th Jul (6.30pm)

Finding Our Way - A Talk by Chris Fleet

To launch our exhibition Finding Our Way - A History of Scottish Maps and Mapping Chris Fleet, map curator at the National Library of Scotland will be giving an introductory talk. He is co-author of three seminal books on the history of Scottish mapping – Scotland Mapping the Nation, Edinburgh Mapping a City and Scotland Mapping the Islands. Tickets available from The Watermill 01887822896. £5 including a drink.

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Highland Bookshop Fort William

Posted: Tue 22nd Aug

Going West? The Highland Bookshop, a sister shop to The Watermill has just opened in Fort William. A joint venture between Watermill owners Jayne & Kevin Ramage and Lochaber author Angus MacDonald, it is the first dedicated bookshop in the town for many years. You can find out more on the Highland Bookshop Facebook page here.

Jamie Grant to open Winter Words 2017

Posted: Tue 31st Jan

Watermill Books author and photographer Jamie Grant is opening this year’s Winter Words Festival at Pitlochy Festival Theatre with an iillustrated account of the sub-Antarctic isle of South Georgia on the 16th of February. He spent the 2015-16 austral summer on the island as Artist in Residence for The South Georgia Heritage Trust (SGHT) and published ‘Summer in South Georgia,’ with Watermill Books in September 2016. Tickets can be booked via Pitlochry Theatre website.

Sunshine and snow

Posted: Sat 14th Jan

Life is good It's a wonderful crisp, sunny, snowy day here at The Watermill. The baristas are working to a soundtrack of mellow jazz and the coffee smells fantastic. People stamp the snow off their boots as they come in and either go down for a cup of something warming or upstairs for a wander through the gallery or set about having a serious browse among the books. A customer is in a comfy chair between the poetry section and Thrillers having a quiet read. Life is good!!

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