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Bute (/ ' b ju? t /; also known as the Isle of Bute, Scottish Gaelic: Eilean Bhòid or Eilean Bhòdach) is an island in the Firth of Clyde in Scotland.
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Isle of Bute. Kyles of Bute - copyright Joanne Mackenzie-Winters 2006. Bute is a pretty little island about 15 miles long and less than 5 miles wide just off the west ...
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The Isle of Bute Jazz Festival is the first weekend of every May
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Coach holidays to the Isle of Bute The peaceful setting of the Isle of Bute, located at the heart of the Firth of Clyde, is a real gem in Scotland’s crown and an ...
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The Isle of Bute, in the Firth of Clyde, is only 15 miles long and 3 miles wide. Bute is separated from the mainland of Scotland by a narrow channel called the Kyles ...
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News on Isle of Bute
|Isle of Gigha sinks ‘almost £3m into the red’ - The Isle of Gigha, between the Kintyre peninsula and Islay in Argyll and Bute, was transferred to community ownership for £4 million in 2002. But now the Isle of Gigha Heritage Trust (IGHT), which owns the 3,500-acre island, is facing significant ...|
|New Bute-built landing craft for Scottish Salmon Company – and a name tied to Tarbert - It commissioned a new landing craft for its existing fleet from the Ardmaleish Boatbuilding Company on the Isle of Bute. Yesterday, 11th November, the boat was launched in a ceremony at the Ardmaleish boat yard – and named Erin Julia, in honour of the 15 ...|
|Two hurt in aircraft island crash - Emergency services were called to the scene between the Kilchattan Bay and Kingarth areas of the Isle of Bute at around 3.45pm today. Police Scotland said that two people on board have been taken to hospital. The force said that investigations into the ...|
|Ingleton student's tartan honour - Twenty-one-year-old Rachel, from Ingleton, who was on a summer work experience placement with Bute Fabrics on the Isle of Bute, used the corporate colours for Ashers of Nairn to commemorate the company’s success in the Scottish Baker of the Year 2014 ...|
|Work to start on historic Bute mausoleum, home to first UK Scottish Prime Minister - A major conservation project is about to start on one of the Isle of Bute’s most important historical buildings. Work will begin on the Bute Family Mausoleum at Rothesay High Kirk today, Monday 27th October and is expected to last some six weeks.|
|Slated: protesters hit the roof over Spanish tiles - Instead of using the local West Highland slate, Argyll and Bute Council are shelling out to have roof slates shipped from more than 1,500 miles away. The roof of the new community heritage centre, on the remote Isle of Luing, will be constructed using ...|
|Tomato trade entrepreneurs branching out - From today, a new range of products under the Clyde Valley Kitchen label is being launched using home-grown tomatoes, cucumbers and soft fruit, bladderwrack seaweed from the Isle of Bute, and kale and root vegetables from Gordon Caldwell's farm in ...|