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- were among the monarchs who visited Lindores at different times. The Abbey ceased operation in 1559. The Lindores Abbey distillery re-opened in 2017 and...
- situated on the north-east s**** of Lindores Loch, a 44 ha freshwater loch. A possible derivation of the name Lindores is 'church by the water'. The ruins...
- Bryce Lindores (born 12 September 1986) is an Australian Paralympic tandem cyclist. Lindores was born on the Gold Coast and attended Somerset College....
- Lindores railway station served the village of Lindores, Fife, Scotland from 1909 to 1951 on the Newburgh and North Fife Railway. The station opened on...
- Lindores Loch is a freshwater loch, situated in North Fife in the Parish of Abdie, in the Central Belt of Scotland. The Loch has for many years been used...
- The Abbot of Lindores (later Commendator of Lindores) was the head of the Tironensian monastic community and lands of Lindores Abbey in Fife (the nearby...
- including Kingsbarns distillery and InchDairnie distillery, both in Fife, and Lindores Abbey, at Ardgowan. At least six other lowland single malts are still available...
- Lord Lindores (d. 1608) Patrick Leslie, 2nd Lord Lindores (d. 1649) James Leslie, 3rd Lord Lindores (d. c.1666) John Leslie, 4th Lord Lindores (d. 1706)...
- Joyce Scott Lindores (2 May 1944 – 18 June 2017) was a Scottish international indoor and lawn bowler. Lindores won the Women's singles at the 1995 World...
- tour: 1. The Magnus Carlsen Invitational, 18 April – 3 May 2020. 2. The Lindores Abbey Rapid Challenge (2020), 19 May – 3 June 2020. 3. The Chessable Masters...