Black Isle

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Black Isle

n
(Placename) the Black Isle a peninsula in NE Scotland, in Highland council area, between the Cromarty and Moray Firths
[so called because until the late 18th century much of it was uncultivated black moor]
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Perfect for dog lovers, these expansive sands along the coast of the Black Isle peninsula are ideal for walking off your picnic feast too.
But the Scottish Mirror can reveal she has taken delivery of the keys to a new holiday home on the Black Isle peninsula.
The magnificent seven are Ross County's "southern" imports who are living together in a remote house in the rural Black Isle peninsula. And County hope this will foster the kind of team spirit to help get them promotion from the Third Division.