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Cramond is a seaside village located to the north-west of Edinburgh, where the River Almond enters the Firth of Forth. Cramond has a long history, with evidence of Mesolithic, Bronze Age and Roman Settlements found in the area.

On a personal level, Cramond has great significance as my Edinburgh-based grandparents used to take me and my sisters there every time we visited. They moved away from the city in 2000 and this was the first time I’d been back, and it hadn’t changed a bit! I got quite emotional as we walked along the beach, but the tide was out, it was a beautiful clear, crisp January day and the winter sun on the beach and driftwood was gorgeous.

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