In early November (hopefully week starting the 9th) we will see the opening up of the Saltoun Mausoleum for refurbishment as part of the Fraserburgh 2021 Conservation Area Regeneration Scheme Public Realm Works.
The Mausoleum is a late 18th century or early 19th, small rectangular structure, likely to be a survival of the original 16th century cruciform church, and it could have been a side chapel or aisle to the Saltoun family.
Current works by Harper & Allan Masonry will cover conserving the exterior; repairs to stonework, wall pointing and harling; repairs to stone roof including re-pointing; unblocking of the Mausoleum entrance; repairs to ironwork including new iron gate and grille and lime painting.
For a full description of the restoration project, Click Here
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