Welcome to the Bannockburn Community website!

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Bannockburn’s Longest Day programme announced!

28th February 2014, Scotland’s First Minister Alex Salmond opens the new Bannockburn Visitor Centre. 

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Buy your tickets now for the Bannockburn Live event which takes place on the 28th June 2014. Enter now for the Bannockburn 700 10k race to celebrate the 700th anniversary of the Battle of Bannockburn and raise funds for the Eilidh Brown Memorial Fund and also CHAS.

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View Visit Scotland’s page on the Bannockburn 2014 celebrations.

The National Trust for Scotland launches Bannockburn Live.

     

This website is designed to be a complete resource on Bannockburn – past, present and future. It is made up of contributions from many people, mainly through local man John Dreczkowski, who has spent hundreds of hours gathering and editing photos from local people. John deserves great credit for keeping this website going since it was first launched in 2008. 

So whether you want to learn about Bannockburn’s illustrious past such as the famous Battle of Bannockburn in 1314 that secured Scottish independence, or if you want to find out how well Bannockburn’s present day football and rugby teams are doing, or even if you want to find out what the future plans are for the development of the village, we hope that you will find it here. The village of Bannockburn is located in Central Scotland just a few miles from the City of Stirling.

The Stirling area, including Bannockburn, is steeped in history and there are numerous places to see or activities to take part in if you are thinking about visiting the area. Please use the various sections on this site to learn more and then plan your trip.

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