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Cambuskenneth Abbey

The wonderful thing about Ordinance Survey maps is all the stuff that you weren’t expecting to find. I bought the map to guide me on a walk through the Ochill Hills and was intrigued to see, nestled in the bend of a river: 338 more words


Week 1

To the nameless Springer Spaniel:

I want to thank you. I know you don’t know what that means. Heck, you don’t even know me. You wouldn’t even recognize my smell. 587 more words


Leaving Australia...

It’s going to be a wrench, leaving Australia.

We’ve been here nearly a month and that’s the longest time we have ever been away from the UK. 588 more words

Silent Eye School


Stirling is to host a new event for LGBT History Month, organised by Pink Saltire.

The Forth Valley ‘Pink Heritage Day’ will be held on Saturday 18th February at the stunning Smith Gallery & Museum as part of Scotland’s Year of History, Heritage and Architecture. 250 more words


Sons of Liberty

The Wallace Monument is a tower on a hill in the middle of Scotland. It was built in 1869 to commemorate the victory of William Wallace (Mel Gibson) and his rag-tag army over the forces of English king Edward I at the Battle of Stirling Bridge in 1297. 415 more words


New Years Resolutions ... Part 1

As promised our New Years Resolution is to update our blog with some of the mixes recorded for or on our show last year.

Kicking off the backlog of mixes is this studio mix from Stevie Brown recorded for our show in September 2016. 38 more words


She's The Boss: The Future of Women's Football Coaching

It’s August 2014 and Shelley Kerr is trying to keep her cool. The nation is basking in a heat wave, yet it’s not the scorching conditions that are causing the former Scotland captain’s temperature to rise. 999 more words