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Tulchan - a unique Scottish experience
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The Scottish Sporting Gazette & International Traveller (4.0MB)

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Shooting Gazette - Shooting Report

May 2010: Shooting Gazette - Shooting Report (0.7MB)

Trout & Salmon - Three days on the Spey

March 2010: Trout & Salmon - Three days on the spey (2.7MB)

Advie church joins estate

Advie church joins estate

1 Apr 2009

The parish church at Advie has long had close links with Tulchan. The current church, originally built in 1874, was largely restored by the McCorquodale family following the death of Edmund George McCorquodale in 1904.

The Litchfield family acquired the building and grounds in 2008 and, led by Gillian Litchfield, have undertaken a programme of restoration work which began last year with the renovation of the roof along with landscape and drainage works, all to safeguard the church for future generations.

Part of the parish of Cromdale and Advie (the two were united in 1969) the church has an illustrious history. King Edward VII worshipped here on his visits to the Estate and a roll of honour in the porch records the names of the 77 men of the parish who fought in World War One. The list is headed by Captain John Lockhart Wood DSO, one of sixteen from the parish who died during the conflict.

In 1939, Mrs Wood, his widow, established the Advie Church Trust - with the then considerable sum of £4000 - income from which was to be "applied to the maintenance of the church and manse, and of worship".

The church is open for community events and provides the perfect setting for christenings and weddings.


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Trout & Salmon - Three days on the Spey

Trout & Salmon - Three days on the Spey 

Andrew Flitcroft visits the majestic Tulchan Estate on the Spey and experiences a fight to remember in the mighty Speanoch pool 


Shooting Gazette - Shooting Report

Shooting Gazette - Shooting Report

Tulchan is a famous name in salmon fishing, but as Will Hetherington discovers, it also offers some fine pheasant shooting

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