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Fatlips Tower gets cash boost to help repair castle roof


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Fatlips Tower in its stunning setting

A landmark building in the Scottish Borders is to undergo a £200,000 renovation that will secure its future.

Fatlips Castle which sits on Minto Crags, has received funding from Historic Scotland, Scottish Borders Council, the council's Landfill Credits Fund and Lord Minto, which will allow its roof to be saved from collapse.


Article From Herald 17 October 2011



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