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Freuchie and the East Lomond Hill

Freuchie is a village about two and a half miles to the east of Falkland but within the historic Parish of Falkland.

The historic buildings of the village can best be explored by street:

Further references

"Established as a village by the C18, it acquired late C19 prosperity when a linen factory was built, c.1870."[1]

"An 18th-century village of hand-loom weavers, transformed when Linen Mill was built c.1870. For those at Royal Court at Falkland, Feuchie was like Coventry: 'Awa to Freuchie where the Froggies live'."[2]

See map: Map B


  1. Gifford, Fife, page 229.
  2. Pride, Kingdom of Fife, page 89–90.