The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh visit Stirling Castle Her Majesty was at the castle on Wednesday to mark the 70th anniversary of an historic appointment. Daily Record 1 week ago
Become a Tour Guide for a Day Friday 7 July, 2017FVSE, based in Stirling are looking for the next Neil Oliver by offering young people the opportunity to explore their story telling side by becoming a tour guide for a day on.. Pressat 2 weeks ago
Witness the grandeur of Stirling Castle and learn about the unexpected guests buried just below it. Source: Science Channel - 2 weeks ago A 600-year-old French manuscript reveals clues tying King Arthur to Stirling Castle. Source: Science Channel - 2 weeks ago
Queen visits Stirling Castle in Scotland The Queen wore a vibrant fuchsia coat to visit Stirling Castle in Scotland with the Duke of Edinburgh on Wednesday, and now photos have emerged of the summer dress (left) she wore beneath. MailOnline 2 weeks ago
Queen tells off a naughty Shetland pony at Stirling Castle The Queen, 91, was filmed telling Cruachan IV the Shetland pony to 'go away' when he tried to take a bite out of her posy during a visit to Stirling Castle, in Scotland, yesterday. MailOnline 2 weeks ago
Watch: Pony tries to eat the Queen's flowers at Stirling Castle Telegraph.co.uk 2 weeks ago Dumbarton and Vale of Leven veterans urged to share their military experiences The recollections, letters and artefacts will form part of a ground-breaking exhibition at Stirling Castle. Daily Record on June 1, 2017
Brian Quail faces jail over Trident warheads protest Brian Quail, 78, lay underneath an armoured personnel carrier as the vehicles passed beneath Stirling Castle on the way to the Royal Navy's base at Coulport on Loch Long. MailOnline on March 13, 2017 Man in Turbo t-shirt wanted after theft from Stirling Castle pub,... A man is wanted after a theft at a pub.The man, pictured in a dark cap and a 'Turbo' t-shirt, is wanted in connection with the theft at the Stirling Castle, in Queen Street, Bridlington.Police have.. Hull Daily Mail on January 13, 2017
Campaign to fund multi-million pound project for redevelopment of museum at Stirling Castle THE Thin Red Line Appeal is designed to fund the re-development of The Argylls and Sutherland Highlanders Museum. Daily Record on December 20, 2016 Stirling Castle named Scotland's best visitor attraction BBC Local News: Tayside and Central Scotland -- Stirling Castle is named Scotland's best visitor attraction at the inaugural 2016 Scottish and Outdoor Leisure Awards. BBC Local News on November 30, 2016 Also reported by • BBC News • Daily Record
Prince William receives warm welcome in Scotland Prince William, 34, received a warm welcome from a bagpipe player as he arrived at Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Regimental Museum at Stirling Castle this morning. MailOnline on October 24, 2016 Stirling Castle named amongst worst attractions for offering food options for children Secret from the Soil Association visited the UK’s most popular museums, art galleries, zoos, visitor centres, and theme parks. Daily Record on October 21, 2016
Prince William joins fight to safeguard the future of Stirling Castle's military museum Prince William is supporting the Thin Red Line Appeal which aims to protect the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Regimental Museum, Kensington Palace has announced. MailOnline on October 20, 2016 Contemporary Plasterwork Wednesday 7 September, 2016Husband and wife team, Chalk, are determined to revitalise a traditional skill that has fallen into relative obscurity.
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Olympic hero Zola Budd set to compete in Stirling Scottish Marathon FORMER World Record holder Zola Budd will take part in the run which begins at Blair Drummond Safari Park with the finishing line at Stirling Castle. Daily Record on July 26, 2016 Stirling to host high-profile race next year to kick-start new Great Run British Marathon Series THE Stirling Scottish Marathon will take place on May 21 with a host of stars lined up to race to the finishing line beneath the ramparts of Stirling Castle.
Daily Record on May 24, 2016