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The name means the "high bare place" in Scottish Gaelic (Aird a' Mhaolain).
The area contains many tenements as well as "Diggers" pub, so called because the gravediggers from the large graveyard in the Ardmillan-Dalry area would go in there after work. Another pub in the area, the Caledonian Sample Room, is often mistakenly assumed to be owned by Caledonian brewery (actually it is owned by Punch Taverns).
There is an old congregation of Wesleyan Methodists in the area. Ardmillan is also home to a large, modern health centre and related services.
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