Scotland Council Quiz - East Dunbartonshire

Can you guess these facts about the Scottish council area of East Dunbartonshire?
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Last updated: February 20, 2022
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First submittedFebruary 24, 2021
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Town, former barony burgh, and administrative centre of East Dunbartonshire
Lennoxtown born singer, actress and TV personality who sang the title song to the 1974
James Bond film 'The Man with the Golden Gun'
Turf fortification marking the northernmost frontier of the Roman Empire
Antonine Wall
Glasgow suburb in East Dunbartonshire, which has the remains of a Roman bath house
Long distance footpath which starts at Milngavie and stretches 96 miles to Fort William
West Highland Way
Mining of this fossil fuel provided employment in East Dunbartonshire for a long period of time
'Father of Scottish Democracy' who lived at Huntershill House in Bishopbriggs
Thomas Muir
Canal which passes through East Dunbartonshire
Forth and
Clyde Canal
Actor who grew up in East Dunbartonshire and went on to play the 12th Doctor Who
Peter Capaldi
Village situated in an area known as 'The Eleven Ploughs of Balgrochan'. It has the same name as a city in Los Angeles county
Range of hills which occupy part of East Dunbartonshire. The highest point is the Earl's Seat
Campsie Fells
Singer-songwriter from Bishopbriggs whose 2007 debut album was 'ThIs is the Life'
Amy Macdonald
River Clyde tributary which flows through East Dunbartonshire and forms part of its boundary
Name given to a wide, shallow valley (as opposed to a narrower, deeper 'glen') through which
a river like the above flows
Bishopbriggs born vocalist and bass guitarist of the 1960's rock band 'Cream'
Jack Bruce
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