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Kirkhill Forest Kirkhill Forest is a forest in Scotland, situated to the north-west of Aberdeen, on the north side of the A96 between the villages of Dyce and Blackburn. Kirkhill is a working forest with a network of paths for walking, a permanent orienteering trail, and a mountain bike fun park.
Inchmore, Kirkhill Inchmore (from the Scottish Gaelic meaning "Large Meadow") is a small village in The Aird, to the south of the Beauly Firth, in the Highland council area of Scotland. It is situated about 1.5 km southeast of the village of Kirkhill and 10 km west of the city of Inverness, on the A862 road. Historically, part of the village was known as Bog Roy.
Kirkhill, Highland Famous village inhabitants include Noddy Holder from Slade.
Kirkhill, Highland Kirkhill () is a village in north Inverness-shire, located 2 miles east of Beauly, close to the south opening of the Beauly Firth, and 10 miles west of Inverness, in the Scottish Highlands and is in the Scottish council area of Highland. It is home to the Wardlaw cemetery, including the Lovat Mausoleum, dating back to circa 170 BC.
Kirkhill, Highland Kirkhill does not have any shops. The primary school is the pillar of the community. With the annual Gala day at the community centre and the Christmas fair are the main events. Buses are not frequently seen.
John Smith, Baron Kirkhill He was Chairman of the North of Scotland Hydro-Electric Board from 1979 to 1982.
Kirkhill railway station The station was provided with a Swiss Chalet style building on the tunnel above the east of the station, which was demolished in the late 1990s.
Kirkhill railway station Following the opening of the Argyle Line in November 1979, services on the Cathcart Circle were reorganised. The basic service was:
Kirkhill, South Lanarkshire A further expanse of wide streets lined with sandstone villas, running east-west between West Coats Primary School and Cambuslang Public Park (containing many of the town’s most affluent residences), is also loosely referred to as Kirkhill due to the commuter train station serving the area - Kirkhill railway station opened on 1 August 1904 - but historically this was two farms known as West Coats and East Coats. This wider territory includes a second bowling club (Kirkhill, 1905) and a tennis club (Kirkhill, 1915), and is close to Cambuslang Rugby Club (who play at Coats Park), Holmhills Park and Cathkin High School.
Kirkhill, South Lanarkshire The popular Kirkhill Golf Club is not actually within the district; it is located about one mile away up the hill to the south. The area was the home of the boxer Scott Harrison when he was young.