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The town of Mauchline in Ayshire gives its name to a family of wooden souvenirs or treen (Mauchline Ware) made over a period of some one hundred years ending when the factory of the last producer still operating burnt to the ground in 1933.
Mauchline has very strong connections with Robert Burns, he married here and the town has many references in his works, like 'Poosie Nansies' which was his locally or "howlf".
It is primarily a farming community, bit located on the main road south and has good road connections with the west coast.
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