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- proper n. A small village in Angus, Scotland that grew and joined with others to form the town of Shotts.
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House of Edgar Shotts and Dykehead, expected to be among those mounting a strong challenge for the British title.
Malcolm Corbett, who farms at Dykehead, Rochester, was elected to the Wool Board following the retirement of Robin Raine.
Mr Corbett has a flock of 600 Lleyn and Texel x Lleyn breeding ewes, with all lambs finished, on his 500-acre hill farm at Dykehead.