East Dunbartonshire is a county in the centre of Scotland near Glasgow and has over 105,000 inhabitants. Due to the location of East Dunbartonshire it contains many commuter towns and villages for Glasgow including Bishopbriggs, Bearsden, Milngavie and Milton of Campsie.
The most visited and world renowned attractions in East Dunbartonshire is the ‘West Highland Way’ which is the start of the hill walking trail North across the Highlands of Scotland to Fort William. This well worn and beloved track crosses 152m of varied terrain and is enjoyed by 85,000 tourists each year.
Bishopbriggs has a population of over 23,000 and is a busy commuter town for workers in Glasgow and lies near the Camspie Fells a range of medium sized hills 1897 foot at their highest point.
Mugdock Country Park is a large park and grassland near Bearsden popular with families, school trips and walkers. The park also contains the water reservoir which supplies Greater Glasgow with clean water.
Antonine Wall was built by the Romans during the reign of Atononius Pius in 142 AD to keep the savage Picts (the modern Scots) out of England. It was constructed from turf and wood and stretched 60 miles from Bo’ness on the East to Old Kilpatrick on the West coast. Remains are still to be found near Bearsden in East Dunbartonshire.