Methlick Scottish Gaelic: Maothulach
Methlick Bridge, the cast-iron span erected in 1844 and refurbished in 2003
Methlick shown within Aberdeenshire
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Methlick is served by a general store, a garage and hardware store, one hotel and a village hall. There is a primary school, with secondary pupils travelling to Meldrum Academy in Oldmeldrum 11.3 kilometres (7.0 mi) away.
Places of interest
Haddo House, a stately home and arts venue with theatre and concert hall, lies 2.7 kilometres (1.7 mi) to the south-east of Methlick.
Methlick Football team compete in the Buchan Welfare Football League, the team won both the league and the league cup in 2009 - the clubs most successful achievement in 10 years.
Settlements and places of interest in Formartine, Aberdeenshire Primary settlements Other settlements Places of interest Areas and primary settlements in Aberdeenshire
(see also: Aberdeen City)
in Banff and Buchan in Buchan in Formartine in Garioch in Kincardine and Mearns in Marr
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