Bannockburn


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a battle in which the Scots under Robert the Bruce defeated the English and assured the independence of Scotland

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Bannockburn woman Mary Gow or Richardson (63), wife of retired pit worker Mr Alexander Richardson, Bentheads, Bannockburn, suffered fatal head injuries when she was blown over by a powerful gust of wind.
According to legend, the Young Pretender was shot at while lodging in Bannockburn House, and the mark made by the bullet is still visible.
The two-day Bannockburn Live event will feature a re-enactment of the legendary clash which saw Robert the Bruce defeat the English army led by Edward II in 1314.
The National Trust for Scotland and Historic Scotland have been working for months to transform the Bannockburn site ahead of the 700th anniversary celebrations.
Music, culture, ancestry, food, drink and fight re-enacting will make the 700th anniversary of the Battle of Bannockburn a memorable one.
National Trust For Scotland to Mark 700 Anniversary of Bannockburn The National Trust for Scotland (NTS) is preparing to commemorate in 2014 the 700th anniversary of what may be the biggest battle in Scottish history, Bannockburn.
MOVE FOR INDEPENDENCE: A farm outbuilding with campaign graffiti near to Bannockburn, Stirling, where the Battle of Bannockburn took place in 1314, and, inset, Prime Minister David Cameron and Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond at a meeting last year
For the author of this study, Robert the Bruce's improbable triumph at Bannockburn in 1314 must be approached as "the fusion of the Scottish wars with two separate political conflicts" centered respectively on Robert and his English nemesis, Edward II (xvii).
The Battle of Bannockburn was the climax of the career of King Robert the Bruce of Scotland.
HORDES of re-enactors descended on Bannockburn yesterday for an action replay of Scotland's most famous victory over the English.
The impressive collaboration of George Grant (Professor of Moral Philosophy, Bannockburn College, Franklin, Tennessee) and Gregory Wilbur (Professor of Aesthetics, Bannockburn College, Franklin, Tennessee), The Christian Almanac: A Book Of Days Celebrating History's Most Significant People And Events is now in a newly revised and expanded second edition.
Mustang Minerals may have only scratched the surface of the potential to be found at its recently acquired Bannockburn property.
Two-thirds of the 230 employees at the Bannockburn office will be offered positions at the parent company's headquarters in Parsippany, N.
The SNP yesterday held its Bannockburn commemoration, marking Robert the Bruce's victory over the English in 1314.