Reay D.G. Clarke

Author

Reay D.G. Clarke was born at Edderton, near Tain. After the Second World War, during which he saw active service in the Arctic Convoy and the East, he returned to the north of Scotland. Throughout his long career he was actively involved in land use debates in the area, firmly believing that development should not diminish the Highlands’ limited supply of good farming land. He died in 2017.

Reay D.G. Clarke was born at Edderton, near Tain. After the Second World War, during which he saw active service in the Arctic Convoy and the East, he returned to the north of Scotland. Throughout his long career he was actively involved in land use debates in the area, firmly believing that development should not diminish the Highlands’ limited supply of good farming land. He died in 2017.

Books

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    Reay Clarke’s family were sheep-farmers at in the far north of Scotland for over two centuries. In this book he tells the story of the Clarkes of Eriboll and a way of life that has now vanished forever. Seen through his own family’s experience,...