You’ll learn about the nationally significant heritage which has helped shape Scotland and the local history which has helped shape the communities that call Stirling home.… Location: Grid Ref: NS 8016 9419 • X/Y co-ords: 280167, 694199 • Lat/Long: 56.12540054,-3.92932458 Country: Scotland Stirling Council has set aside £100,000 towards the necessary work and Dunblane Development Trust has also attained a £10,000 grant from the Clackmannanshire and Stirling Environment Trust and has raised over £2,000 from local public donations to allow the restoration to take place. A partnership project between Dunblane Development Trust and Stirling Council has completed restoration work on a section of the collapsed Riverside Walk in Dunblane. Sleeps: 4, Bedrooms: 2. © Ordnance Survey document.write(new Date().getFullYear()); / Privacy Policy. A section of the Riverside Walk, the recreational path that runs along the banks of the Allanwater just below Dunblane Cathedral has been fenced off and closed to the public since 2011 when it was washed away by the river in full flow following a period of extreme wet weather. Meet Bee Leask - Shetlander, Adventurer, Athlete, Scotland obsessed, island and Munro bagger. The restoration of the Riverside Walk in Dunblane, is an excellent example of a communities’ goal to restore what is important to their area, and CSET was delighted to be able to support this project.”, Bin Replacement Rollout begins 16th November 2020, Latest update on COVID-19 and our services, Council to grant free entry to Wallace Monument for Stirling residents, COVID-19 MOBILE TESTING CENRE TO VISIT BANNOCKBURN, PLEAN & COWIE, Council calls on residents to be prepared for challenging winter ahead, Digital milestone for Stirling Council schools, Work on Dunblane's Riverside Walk Complete. Riverside offers excellent views of Stirling Castle, the Wallace Monument and Cambuskenneth Abbey. Walks in Stirling place you in this landscape of transition, where the Highland Boundary Fault subtly marks the rugged beginnings of a mountainous land filled with almost limitless opportunities for adventure. Sleeps: 4, Bedrooms: 2. The Garden Cottage, in DUNBLANE This is an excellent example of the Council, community and funding partners working together to benefit the local area.”Dougal Thornton, Chair of Dunblane Development Trust, said “After years of campaigning and effort by the trust’s volunteers, the local community will be delighted that the reinstatement of this valued riverside walkway has now been completed.” Terry Barlow, Chair of CSET, said: “As a locally based Trust helping communities to access and appreciate their heritage and environment are key criteria for the Trust when considering applications for funding. Welcome to the Stirling Heritage Trails, a series of walks produced in partnership with Stirling’s communities to help you explore the rich and varied heritage of this wonderful city. Much of your walk will follow the River Forth as it winds its way around the area. Stirling 5 miles. Ideal for touring central Scotland, Edinburgh and Glasgow. Stirling Council is delighted to support the community’s aspirations and efforts to have the Riverside Walk restored and reopened. Stirling Council is delighted to support the community’s aspirations and efforts to have the Riverside Walk restored and reopened. Name: Riverside, Stirling Place type: Suburban Area Location: Grid Ref: NS 8016 9419 • X/Y co-ords: 280167, 694199 • Lat/Long: 56.12540054,-3.92932458 A section of the Riverside Walk, the recreational path that runs along the banks of the Allanwater just below Dunblane Cathedral has been fenced off and closed to the public since 2011 when it was washed away by the river in full flow following a period of extreme wet weather.The local community, led by Dunblane Development Trust, has been working to see it restored and reopened as the walk is a valuable asset of cathedral city life for both locals and visitors.Stirling Council has set aside £100,000 towards the necessary work and Dunblane Development Trust has also attained a £10,000 grant from the Clackmannanshire and Stirling Environment Trust and has raised over £2,000 from local public donations to allow the restoration to take place.Stirling Council Environment Convenor, Councillor Danny Gibson, said:“We know just how important this part of Dunblane is to the local community and what a jewel in the crown it is of their visitor offering which is why we have pledged such a significant sum. This is an excellent example of the Council, community and funding partners working together to benefit the local area.”, Dougal Thornton, Chair of Dunblane Development Trust, said “After years of campaigning and effort by the trust’s volunteers, the local community will be delighted that the reinstatement of this valued riverside walkway has now been completed.”, Terry Barlow, Chair of CSET, said: “As a locally based Trust helping communities to access and appreciate their heritage and environment are key criteria for the Trust when considering applications for funding. Riverside Primary School ~ Bun Sgoil Taobh na h-Aibhne Forrest Road, Stirling, FK8 1UJ Wander around this suburb of Stirling, surrounded on three sides by the River Forth and on the other by the Railway that arrived in Stirling in 1848 and was until the construction of the Forth Bridge in 1890, the main rail artery linking the Highlands and Lowlands. Quality accommodation. Lovers of cats, views and cake! Height: 7.9m OS Explorer map: OL46: Stirling & Ochil Hills West, Download the free GetOutside app for family-friendly things to do outside. The restoration of the Riverside Walk in Dunblane, is an excellent example of a communities’ goal to restore what is important to their area, and CSET was delighted to be able to support this project.”. Meet Eddie Fitzpatrick - Adventurer, photographer and lover of the outdoors! Walking, cycling, fishing nearby. Blairlogie Park Coach House, in STIRLING Meet the 100 OS GetOutside Champions who will be leading the GetOutside charge and showcasing the best of Britain with their stories and tips. Superbly-appointed barn conversion near Stirling. Lovely boutique end terrace cottage in owner’s castle grounds in countryside near Dunblane. Start and end your walk around Riverside near to the Shore Road Bridge. County/Unitary Authority: Stirling Sunday, 15 May 2016 Strenuous 8.5 miles / 13.7 km. Contact details: John Ferguson Meeting point: Linden Ave Car Park, Stirling Grid reference: NS798927 Nearest postcode: FK7 7PG Meeting time: 10:30 Starting point: Cally CP c1.5… Its great castle has helped to give it a key place in Scottish history, with almost legendary Scots victories such as the Battles of Stirling Bridge, and Bannockburn, fought in its shadow. Place type: Suburban Area The small city of Stirling is dubbed the Heart of Scotland - and the reasons are not merely geographic. Click to find activity guidance by region, Kenningknowes Community Woodland, Stirling. Sleeps: 4, Bedrooms: 2. Stirling Council is delighted to support the community’s aspirations and efforts to have the Riverside Walk restored and reopened. Wander around this suburb of Stirling, surrounded on three sides by the River Forth and on the other by the Railway that arrived in Stirling in 1848 and was until the construction of the Forth Bridge in 1890, the main rail artery linking the Highlands and Lowlands. We're improving this section but you can still use the 'Places' function in OS Maps to find nearby points of interest, Muirmailing Cottage, in STIRLING Pleasant Perthshire walk along both sides of River Tay entirely on tracks (honest !!) Today the iconic Wallace Monument and the distinctive outline of Dumyat complete a unique landscape. Stirling is a glorious region to explore on foot, where the towns and farmland of the Lowlands abut against the dramatic splendour of the Highlands. Dunblane 3 miles. Let's keep active outside everyday. Mountainboad Trail Menstrie Switchbacks... AA Walks: Stirlings Braveheart William Wallace. Meet Ben Turner - Extreme adventure athlete, speaker, nutrition and fitness geek!