Rora Village Hall
Rora shown within Aberdeenshire
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Rora (Scottish Gaelic: Ròrath) is a rural settlement in the Buchan area of Aberdeenshire, Scotland, situated 8.3 kilometres (5.2 mi) north-west of Peterhead and lying to the north of the River Ugie.
Rora Moss, a Site of Special Scientific Interest, is an area of raised peat bog lying to the north-west of the village. The area has been heavily drained and subject to domestic and commercial peat cutting.
People from Rora
- Thomas Arbuthnot (Senior), pioneer of commercial kelp manufacture (1681–1762)
- Charles Arbuthnot, abbot and mathematician (1737–1820)
- Rora, Gazetteer for Scotland
- Rora Moss, SNH Raised Bog Inventory
- The Descendants of Nathaniel Arbuthnot, 3rd of Rora and of Auchlee
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