The Scottish Borders
The former royal burgh of Selkirk, a pretty and proud small town, stands high on the southern flanks of the Ettrick Valley. The town's name is linked to the famous Selkirk bannock, a round fruit loaf. Weaving in the 17C and the development of tweed factories at the bottom of the valley in the 19C made the area prosperous. Today, Selkirk continues to be a very busy market town.