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Scotland Council Quiz - Clackmannanshire

Can you guess these facts about the Scottish council area of Clackmannanshire?
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Last updated: January 27, 2022
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First submittedFebruary 22, 2021
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County town and largest settlement in Clackmannanshire
Alloa
Lawyer from the above town who founded a famous distillery in Dublin in 1780
John Jameson
Geographical feature in Clackmannanshire, of which Tullibody Inch is an example
Island
Common abbreviation of Clackmannanshire
Clacks
Town in the west of the council area, or a unit of American currency?
Dollar
Born in Sauchie, this actor is best known for playing Rickard Karstark in 'Game of Thrones'
John Stahl
Range of hills which dominates the northern third of the council area
Ochil Hills
Name given to the villages and small towns which lie at the base of the above range of hills
Hillfoots
Large river which flows to the south of Clackmannanshire
Forth
Major road which passes through the council area, linking St Andrews with Bannockburn
A91
Menstrie born Gregor Fisher is best known for playing the title character in this TV series
Rab C. Nesbitt
Council area motto, resulting from what was said to Robert the Bruce after he lost a glove
Look Aboot Ye
Scottish clan from whom the red saltire on a gold background is derived for the Coat of Arms
Bruce
Sauchie born TV football pundit and former football player for Partick Thistle and Liverpool
Alan Hansen
Legend says that Kenneth MacAlpin, King of the Scots, amassed his army on Baingle Brae
before fighting and subduing an army of this tribespeople
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