The Corrie

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Building summary
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Name The Corrie
Address Cross Wynd, KY15 7BE
Other names Westfield[1]
Bonnie Boo Kids
Falkland Felts
Date 17th / 18th century
OS grid ref NO 25266 07356
Latitude & longitude 56°15′10″N 3°12′28″W
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HES listing details[2]
Category B
Reference / Date LB31309 / 12/01/1971
Address/Site Name House (Mr Mackie, Formerly National Trust For Scotland), Cross Wynd

NORTH SECTION: Mid 18 century 2-storey 4-window harled with margins, central wallhead gable with arched and key blocked attic window now blocked; slated.

SOUTH SECTION: Dated 16GB MH86 at lintel of door, now blocked, 2-storey 2-window harled. Both sections slated.

Statement of special interest:

Cobbled pavement.

1963 listing details (Northern section)[3]
Number: 21
Address/Site Name Westfield Fish Restaurant, Cross Wynd

Late 18th Century: 2-storey modern harl and slate: central gablet

1963 listing details< (Southern section)[3]
Number: 22
Address/Site Name House, Cross Wynd, adjoining 21 southwards

2-storey shell: rubble: door lintel 16.GB.MH.86

The Corrie, is a terraced house in Cross Wynd, Falkland. it was originally two houses - the doorway to the southern section has been blocked off, and the northern section has two entrances, one of which had a sign for "Bonnie Boo Kids" (a shop for children's clothes), now replaced with "Falkland Felts".

It was restored in 1970 by the NTS under the Little Houses Improvement Scheme.[4]

Previous uses

The property at one time (1968) included a chip shop.[1]

Extensions and reconstructions

Conservatory added.[1]

Former residents

Further references

The village Fish and Chip shop has become Bonnie Boo.[5]


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Information from occupier
  2. HES record for LB31309
  3. 3.0 3.1 List of buildings, 1963.
  4. Watters and Glendenning, page 179).
  5. "My Family" by Jean Small on Voices of Falkland.

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