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Bayble (


) at the south end and Eilean a' Chàise to the north. Eilean Phabail (Bayble Island), with Bàgh Phabail) is a seaside crofting township. The village overlooks Bayble Bay (Pabail Iarach: Scottish Gaelic. Lower Bayble (Gaelic and the latter two writing almost exclusively in English. The former writing predominantly in Anne Frater and Derick Thomson, Iain Crichton Smith) had a community shop, Murdo's, which has now closed after 44 years of service. Upper Bayble has produced three internationally recognised writers of poetry and prose, Pabail Uarach: Scottish Gaelic There are around 400 people living in Bayble. It is separated into Upper and Lower Bayble by a burn at the bottom of the valley. Upper Bayble ( 

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