Welcome to Moray Connections...

 

 
Explore the rich and varied heritage of Moray, from the fisher towns on the coast to the medieval abbeys and royal burghs inland. Connect with people from the past, from the Picts at Burghead to the Victorian pioneers from Elgin and Forres. Find out more about the people of Moray and the industries that shaped their lives: fishing, whisky and farming. Experience the local culture brought to life in our heritage centres and museums.
 
Connect with Moray. Use this site to find out about places to visit, things to do, and how to trace your roots in Moray and historic Banffshire.
 
Click on the links in the What’s On calendar to find out what is on in your neighbourhood, and keep checking as there will be more to come as local communities create their own events.
 

Featured “Famous Moravian”

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Donald Alexander Smith

Donald Alexander Smith was born on August 6, 1820, the second of three sons of Alexander Smith, a tradesman of Archiestown and his wife, Barbara, daughter of Donald Stewart of Leanchoil. Educated at Anderson Institution, he joined the town clerk's office at the age of 16, but two years later, … [Read More...]

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