Laurencekirk, a settlement of Aberdeenshire County, is the largest village in the Howe'o in Scotland. Located just off the A90 Dundee to Aberdeen road, this town nestles in the valley between the hill of Garvock and the Cairn o Mounth. Laurencekirk was known as "Conveth", a corruption of coinmheadh.
History suggests that the place was famous for making the handloom weaving and snuff boxes with the special type of airtight hinge. This small town presents a picturesque sight with rich agricultural land and beautiful landscape. Industrially the place is flourishing well with large cattle market, agricultural and other engineering and craft industry contributing a lot to its economy and growth.