Another photo in the series on the Station. A post card we have already seen but this time boasting a great sentiment for someone bound for...Read More
Did you know Kinbuck features on the Great Tapestry of Scotland? The village is mentioned on the panel entitled Jacobite Rising 1715 Chaotic Battle of Sheriffmuir highlighting our role in the build up to the inconclusive encounter on 13th November 1715. To view the panel click...Read More
Congratulations to Kinbuck’s own Struan Robertson who has been selected as Stirling County RFC‘s new club captain for 2014/15. Following a players vote Struan was chosen to replace retiring long-serving skipper Alex Moffat. Kinbuck wishes you every success for the season...Read More
Google has a great number of scanned, archived newspapers and Kinbuck can be found among the search results. Believe it or not 65 years ago yesterday on Tuesday 26th July 1949 tragedy befell the village when the Perkins Potato Crisp factory burned down, thankfully no one was injured but many were left unemployed. Here is the article from The Glasgow Herald from Wednesday 27th July 1949. The picture is taken from the archive of Kinbuck Village photos compiled by Dennis...Read More
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