The town of Bannockburn is located south of the city of Stirling.
The town is named after a river or "burn" called Bannock Burn. The burn runs through the centre of town, heading towards the River Forth.
During the Scottish wars of Independence between 1286 and 1328, Bannockburn became a historic battlefield where Robert the Bruce led the Scottish army into victory against the English army led by King Edward II of England.
Today you can explore the range of shops, restuarants and local attractions the town has to offer.
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