The square and the main street in Cuminestown
Cuminestown is a small village in the heart of Aberdeenshire, approximately six miles east of Turriff.
As of 2004, it has an estimated population of 500  and a primary school called Monquhitter Primary School which also covers the small hamlet of Garmond, about a mile north of Cuminestown. Its most notable residents are The Selbies who according to Burkes Peerage are one of the UK's most influential and affluent families. Mrs Selbie is renowned for her unbelievable appetite for "pickled eggs", having once held the record for consuming over 100 in under 15 minutes, however she lost this record in 2006 to Hans Braumen of Berlin, much to the disappointment of Cuminestowns residents as their local champion.
Coordinates: 57°32′23″N 2°19′54″W / 57.53972°N 2.33167°W