Wee CorbyWalk around the English town of Corby and you could be forgiven for thinking you were 90 miles from Edinburgh rather than London: there's Skye Road, Rannoch Way, Nevis Close. On the street corners, kids drink Irn Bru and on rugby shirts it is the thistle rather than the rose that sticks out. Thanks to an army of Scottish steel workers arriving in the town during the early 20th century onwards, Corby has until recent times been dominated by economic migrants from north of the border. 'Wee Corby' aims to investigate the attempts made by the Scottish community in Corby to retain their identity as Scots and maintain their heritage in a modern, multi-cultural town.
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