King Robert Bruce awarded the Wedderlie Estate to Sir Richard Edgar in 1327. The house consists of a fortified tower, thought to date from the late 16th century, to which a larger house was added in 1680.

With all this history the Wedderlie House logo had to reflect its past and future with Clan Fraser. 
•Fleur de Lis representing the house’s historic connection to Robert the Bruce. A strawberry flower representing the houses new connection to Clan Fraser (Fraser originating from the French ‘fraise’ or strawberry) Roe deer who have long inhabited the estate. W & H letters to form a historical looking monogram and shield to reflect the past.  Other designs projects included new website, stationery, leaflets.
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