Clackmannanshire occupies territory between the Ochil Hills to the north, which rise to heights of more than 2,000 feet, and the River Forth to the south. It comprises a lowland plain forming the valleys of the River Forth and of the River Devon which joins the Forth near Cambus. Affectionately remembered as the 'Wee County', Clackmannanshire was Britain's smallest county prior to its inclusion in Central Region between 1975 and 1996. A local government area once again, Clackmannanshire is the second smallest, after Dundee City, of Scotland's new unitary authorities.
Community portal listing business, Council, learning, community, health and visiting information. Various contact pages and full address details are included.
Friends of the Ochils
Independent voluntary association committed to conservation; includes gallery, list of hills, maps, reports, newsletters and contacts.