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Map showing Falkirk and StirlingStirling was named as one of Scotland's newest cities in 2002 as part of Her Majesty's Jubillee Celebrations. Stirling, meaning "place of strife", is home to the famous castle which was once home to the Scottish monarchy and was seen as the epicentre of Scotland. The castle sits on top of volcanic rock, and the cobbled streets of the "Old Town" lead down to today's town centre.

Both Robert the Bruce and William Wallace fought for Scotland's Independence in Stirling and the surrounding areas. They are remembered by the towering Wallace Monument and Bannockburn Heritage Centre.

Today's Stirling is an attractive destination for visitors due to it's extensive shopping centre, leisure facilities and beautiful surrounding scenery. It also plays host to a selction of great cultural venues including the Tolbooth, which is housed in the old court room and provides the city with fantastic concerts, workshops and recording studio.

The city of Falkirk is also steeped in history, with the Antonine Wall reminding visitors that it was once the most Northern frontier of the Roman Empire. The area was also at the fore-front of the industrial revolution, with the Kinneil Steam Railway and Forth & Clyde and Union canals. 300 million year old fossils have also been found at the Birkhill Clay mine.

Our catchment area is also covered largely by Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. There are many wonders to behold within its borders from the Falls of Dochart in Killin to the beautiful Kinlochard, there is something for all visitors.

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