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Auchtertyre Auchtertyre Primary School serves the surrounding area, including Achmore, Balmacara and Dornie.
Auchtertyre Auchtertyre (Scottish Gaelic:"Uachdar Thìre", "Upper Land") is a village, lying half a mile from the north shore of Loch Alsh near Kyle of Lochalsh, in the Highland and is in the Scottish council area of the Highland Council.
Auchertyre Auchtertyre () is a hamlet in Lochalsh, in the Highlands of Scotland.
Clan Murray The Murray's feuds with their neighbours were not as numerous as those of many other clans. However, one incident of note, the Battle of Knockmary in 1490 pitted Murrays of Auchtertyre against the Clan Drummond.
Balcraig Castle In 1317 King Robert the Bruce rewarded Sir William Oliphant, Lord of Aberdalgie with a number of grants of land including Gasknes, Newtyle, Kinpurnie, Auchtertyre, Balcrais, Muirhouse and Hazelhead.
West Highland College West Highland College () is a college of further and higher education in the West Highlands of Scotland. The college is part of the University of the Highlands and Islands and operates from a number of college centres across the area, at Auchtertyre, Broadford, Fort William, Kilchoan, Kinlochleven, Mallaig, Portree, Strontian and Ullapool.
William Oliphant, Lord of Aberdalgie He left his estates to his son Walter. These included Dupplin, Hedderwick and Cranshaws which he inherited from his Oliphant predecessors; Aberdalgie, Turin, Glensaugh, Pitkerie and Gallery which apparently came into the family from a Wishart heiress; Gasknes, Newtyle, Kinpurnie, Auchtertyre, Balcrais, Muirhouse and Hazelhead acquired as gifts from the King.
Wester Ross Coastal Trail The Wester Ross Coastal Trail is a route in the Western part of the Scottish Highlands. The route consists of the A832 road, the A896 road and the Applecross Peninsula. The northern end of the route is the junction with the A835 south of Ullapool. The southern end of the route is at Auchtertyre near Kyle of Lochalsh.
Duncan Macrae (rugby player) Macrae was born in Balmacara in 1914 and attended primary school in Auchtertyre, walking several kilometres to and from school. He went to boarding school at the Edinburgh Academy between 1925 and 1933 before going to the University of St Andrews to study medicine graduating in 1939.
Battle of Knock Mary In 1511 (some sources say 1490) Murray of Auchtertyre stole cattle from Drummond of Strathearn, the purpose of this was to pay a debt demanded by the Abbot of Inchaffray. In revenge for this William Drummond, the son of the 1st Lord Drummond attacked the Murrays.