Start and end your walk at the Community Centre. Look out for Gillies Hill, home to two iron age forts and a possible location for the hiding place of the “Sma’ Folk”, the cooks, armourers and other associated trades that assisted the army of Robert the Bruce and according to legend played a significant role at the Battle of Bannockburn.
You’ll see the famous Bruce’s Well, site of an ancient chapel and the location where Bruce went to pray and be blessed before the battle.
You’ll see Hayford Mills, built during the industrial revolution and which at one point had over 500 looms and was the largest tweed producer in Scotland. In Drummond Terrace you’ll see the home of William Young Moyes, an engineer on the ill fated Titanic in 1912.