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The town of Saltcoats and this Wetherspoon pub take their name from the salt cots on the seashore, which were used for curing fish.
Saltcoats originated from a small community living in huts on the seashore, earning a living by fishing or boiling seawater in small kettles or pans, mainly for curing fish. It was from these salt 'cots', that Saltcoats derives its name. These early origins are recalled in the Burgh of Saltcoats Seal, which features a salt pan in its design.
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