1. Battle of Falkirk Muir - Wikipedia


    During the Jacobite rising of 1745, the Battle of Falkirk Muir (Scottish Gaelic: Blàr na h-Eaglaise Brice) on 17 January 1746 was the last noteworthy Jacobite success. The battlefield has been inventoried and protected by Historic Scotland under the Historic Environment (Amendment) Act 2011.

  2. Falkirk Towns Ltd. | Taking pride in Falkirk


    Come and discover Falkirk, plan your break, find helpful travel advice and inspiring ideas for what to see and do, from top tourism attractions to fantastic shopping in …

  3. Household recycling & waste - Bulky household waste ...


    What is the National re-use line? The National re-use line is funded by Zero Waste Scotland and ensures that you can find an alternative way to dispose your unwanted items, whilst helping your local community and reducing the volume of …

  4. KINNEIL AND BO'NESS - Falkirk Local History Society


    Long before Bo'ness was established as a settlement, the medieval village of Kinneil was the main centre of population. It was clustered round Kinneil House one of the most important homes of the Hamilton family.

  5. The Workhouse in Falkirk, Stirlingshire (Clackmannan)


    Falkirk, Stirlingshire [Bibliography] Between 1845 and 1849, the cost of poor relief in Falkirk rose from £1,400 to around £4,000. As a result the Falkirk Parochial Board decided to erect a poorhouse.

  6. Dundee Utd table, stats, form and results, Scotland ...


    Dundee Utd stats, results, table position and current form in Scotland - Championship

  7. Swanswwater - Fishing Reports Page - Swanswater …


    Date of Report: Would all anglers please observe the bio-security measures in place and dip nets in the solution provided before fishing.

  8. Canal Boat Holidays Narrowboat Hire UK, BlackPrince


    Welcome to Black Prince Narrowboat Holidays, your canal boat holidays adventure starts here! Enjoy a new kind of holiday that allows you to set your own itinerary, wake up to a stunning new view each morning, and relax among friends.

  9. Tartan - Wikipedia


    Tartan (Scottish Gaelic: breacan [bxkn]) is a pattern consisting of criss-crossed horizontal and vertical bands in multiple colours.Tartans originated in woven wool, but now they are made in many other materials. Tartan is particularly associated with Scotland.Scottish kilts almost always have tartan patterns. Tartan is often called …

  10. Canal boat holidays in Midlands & Birmingham


    Black Prince offers a range of canal boat holidays in the Midlands, including Birmingham, Worcestershire & Warwickshire.