Baldernock, in East Dunbartonshire, is one of the smallest parishes in Scotland, a truly rural district 15 minutes from the centre of Glasgow, one of the largest cities in the UK.
Information from Balerno Community Council
Quietly unassuming on the edge of Carrick, bordering on the Galloway forest, Barr is a traditional village community with a small but very active primary school and a great variety of clubs and organisations.
Boat of Garten community council website
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The website of Strathbungo, one of Scotland’s pre-eminent conservation areas. Strathbungo belongs collectively to the residents and the Strathbungo Society attempts to promote a community spirit and a community cohesiveness that will distinguish Strathbungo from other areas in Glasgow and Scotland not just in its architectural significance, but also in its strong community spirit. The Bungo Blog is the official website of the Strathbungo Society. There’s news, views and events information.
News, events, pictures and much much more from Caithness & Sutherland.
News of Findhorn concerning Environmental protection.
Carrbridge community council website.
The village of Chirnside is located midday between Berwick-upon-Tweed to the east and Duns to the west.