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FOUR historic Scottish buildings including an A-listed Edwardian mansion and an Old Custom House, as well as a 16th century harbour are to get facelifts worth over £650,000. Historic Environment Scotland (HES) announced that the money will be used to restore and repair historic buildings, and the harbour after five projects won a share in the funding. 

Cromwell Harbour in Dunbar, a 16th century  safe haven for fishing and famous for its association with Oliver Cromwell, is to get £47,840 which will help Dunbar Harbour Trust repair the structure of the harbour, allowing  its continued use as a working and leisure anchorage. Cromwell himself funded repairs to the harbour in the 17th century and used it to supply his armies before the second battle of Dunbar

 

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