|Scottish Gaelic: Àird Gaoith|
Ardgay shown within the Sutherland area
|Population||500 est in 2015|
|OS grid reference|
|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
|Dialling code||01863 766 or 760 (01863 755 for Craigs)|
|UK Parliament||Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross|
|Scottish Parliament||Caithness, Sutherland and Ross|
Ardgay (Scottish Gaelic: Àird Gaoith or Àird Ghaoithe) ["high wind" - see below Further reading: MacGregor] is a small Scottish village on the south west shore of the Dornoch Firth, Sutherland and is 1 mile south from Bonar Bridge and lies at the entrance to Strathcarron, the valley of the River Carron and is at the mouth of the Kyle of Sutherland.
- Gaelic Place-Names of Scotland
- Scottish Gaelic Gàidhlig (Scottish Gaelic) Local Studies - Vol. 22: Cataibh an Ear & Gallaibh (East Sutherland & Caithness).
- Ardgay & District Community Council
- Ardgay railway station The station at Ardgay.
- National Cycle Network Cycle Route 1.
- NCN route 1 Sustrans Cycle Route 1.
- MacGregor, Alasdair Alpin The Goat Wife: Portrait of a Village. London: William Heinemann, 1939.
- --do.--Revised and enlarged. London: Museum Press, 1951.
- Stephen Copley, et al The Kyle of Sutherland: a brief history. Kyle of Sutherland Heritage Society, 2015.
- Community Council Website
- Alladale Wilderness Reserve
- Croick Church
- KoSH Ardgay based history & cultural society
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