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Fintry Fintry is a Church of Scotland Parish in the Presbytery of Stirling. The kirk is located to the East of the village. The parish minister for Fintry is shared with Balfron with the Manse located there.
Fintry The village has a Sports Club which includes a 4 rink indoor bowling hall. The rugby pitches adjacent are home to Strathendrick Rugby Club. There is a separate lawn bowling club - Fintry Bowling Club. There is a primary school in the village with a nursery class annex. Fintry is within the catchment area of Balfron High School for which a school bus is provided. There is a hotel - Culcreuch Castle - a popular wedding venue, and a village pub - The Fintry Inn. Public transport is provided by the Stirling Council Demand Responsive Transport 'Taxi' Service. There is a village hall, The Menzies Hall, home to Fintry Amateur Dramatic Society.
Fintry Fintry is a small village in central Scotland, nestled in the strath of the Endrick Water between the Campsie Fells and the Fintry Hills, some 19 miles (30.5 km) north of Glasgow. It is within the local government council area of Stirling. The 2011 census results report that Fintry and the surrounding rural area had a population of 717. The centre of the village along Main Street has been designated a Conservation Area by Stirling Council.
Fintry, Dundee Customarily, the borders of the scheme are accepted as being: Forfar Road on the west side with Mill O'Mains, Longhaugh Road on the east side with Whitfield and the Dighty Burn on the southern side (inside Finlathen Park). On three of the four sides, and (formerly) half of the north side (see section on Cheviot Crescent and Grampian Gardens), Fintry's borders are defined by three to four storey high tenement blocks.
Fintry, Dundee Construction of the scheme began in the late 1940s; previously the area had been farmland. Two buildings from this time survive, one being a former farm cottage on Longhaugh Road which is in private ownership, the other being a farmhouse which now sits on Fintry Road and was until around 2010 the Fintry Nursery School. This building is owned by City of Dundee, and is currently vacant (February 2015). At the time of construction, part of the plan was that all streets in Fintry would begin with the prefix "Fin". However, since the scheme was built there have been some deviations from this plan; all of these are detailed in the section below.
Fintry, Dundee Some time after their construction, surveyors found that the tenements had been built with inadequate foundations for the ground conditions, and were beginning to subside. After all the tenants were moved out to houses elsewhere in the city, almost the whole north side of Cheviot Crescent was demolished (two blocks were left standing at the east end of the street). Several blocks on the south side, and in Grampian Gardens, were also demolished.
Fintry, Dundee Since these demolitions some limited rebuilding involving small bungalows has taken place on parts of the land formerly occupied by the tenements. Amond Way and Amond Gardens, built in the early 2000s, are named after the late PC Trevor Amond who was known in the area for his community work. These occupy land where nos. 7-12 Grampian Gardens once stood. Cheviot Rise is a small back street behind Cheviot Crescent, where the access road and part of the car parks were behind 45/47/49 Cheviot Crescent. Grampian Close is situated at the west end of Grampian Gardens.
Fintry Hills The Fintry Hills form the western end of a range of hills which stretch west from the city of Stirling, Scotland. They culminate in the peak of Stronend, which overlooks Strathendrick and the village of Fintry.
Fintry, Dundee Fintry is a housing scheme in Dundee, Scotland. Fintry is located in the north of the city with Claverhouse and Mill o' Mains to the west and Whitfield to the east. On the north, Fintry is bordered by farmland, including the Powrie Farm and Powrie Castle (from which one of the pubs in the area derives its name). Local parks include Powrie Park (at the north of the scheme), Finlathen Park (in a deep valley to the south of the scheme, through which runs the Dighty Burn), and Caird Park to the immediate southwest of the scheme. Fintry has a population of 6592.
Fintry, Dundee Fintry is served by bus routes 26A, 32, 32B, 33, 33A and 33B known as the "Fintry Shuttle". Fintry is in the North East ward of Dundee City Council, represented since May 2012 by Councillors Gregor Murray and Willie Sawers of the Scottish National Party, and Brian Gordon of the Scottish Labour Party.