The Grassic Gibbon Centre

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Lewis Grassic Gibbon was born in Aberdeenshire but moved to the Howe of the Mearns where he spent his formative years within the sights and sounds of this unique part of the countryside. His upbringing was to be a profound influence on his writings in later life and were epitomised in Sunset Song, the first part of his trilogy about life in the Mearns in the early part of the twentieth century. The Grassic Gibbon Centre was opened in 1992 as a visitor centre adjacent to Arbuthnott Parish Hall. It comprises an exhibition of the author's writings and possessions together with an attractive cafe serving light meals and refreshments throughout the day

The Grassic Gibbon Centre

The Grassic Gibbon Centre,Arbuthnott
Laurencekirk
Aberdeenshire
AB30 1PB
T 01561 361668
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