When Keith Brander’s father Donald bought an old schoolhouse in the 1960s, it was a near perfect rural scene of rolling fields, native woodlands and unspoiled views.
Since then, four generations of the family have enjoyed long holidays at the whitewashed property; and the landscape, with its small farms, native woodlands and little sign of industry, is embedded in countless happy memories spent savouring the slow, easy pace of life.
Since 2007, however, the view from the old schoolhouse at Stroanfreggan in the small Dumfries and Galloway village of Carsphrain, has changed dramatically. https://www.heraldscotland.com/…/23831468.scottish…/

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