By |2018-02-14T15:53:25+00:00February 14th, 2018|Food & Drink, See & Do, What's On|

Easter is the perfect time for the whole family to get together and enjoy some good, wholesome fun. That’s why Clackmannanshire always has lots of things going on for the whole family to enjoy. For the children, Alloa Tower hosts a Cadbury Easter Egg hunt where residents of Clackmannanshire can head along to the historic

Christmas in Clackmannanshire

By |2017-11-23T11:02:47+00:00November 2nd, 2017|See & Do, What's On|

#Discover Christmas in Clackmannanshire    Christmas in Clackmannanshire is a truly magical time, as the temperature drops and the snow lays beautifully on the hills, there are always many events to celebrate the festive season. We have made a list below which shows some of the activities you could be getting up to this season.

#Discover a Short Break in Clackmannanshire

By |2017-10-11T13:51:58+01:00July 26th, 2017|Accomodation, See & Do, What's On|

  #Discover a Short Break in Clackmannanshire Clackmannanshire lies between the majestic Ochil Hills and the River Forth and provides the perfect year-round base to explore the stunning countryside, rich history, medieval castles and tower houses and today’s growing art scene which includes an impressive collection of public art by international artists. For leisure, there

‘Wee County’ to make a big impression

By |2017-10-11T13:56:02+01:00May 11th, 2017|What's On|

Scotland’s “Wee County” is set to make a big impression on potential visitors, thanks to a new marketing campaign supported by VisitScotland. Discover Clackmannanshire has received support from the national tourism organisation’s Growth Fund for a campaign to attract visitors on the strength of the stunning Ochil Hills and the other things to see and

Developing Clackmannanshire Tourism

By |2017-10-11T13:56:59+01:00May 11th, 2017|What's On|

Discover Clackmannanshire is a partnership of local tourism operators, business groups and agencies including Clackmannanshire Council and VisitScotland, all working together to grow the area’s tourism industry and its contribution to the national Tourism Scotland 2020 strategy. The group aims to help grow Clackmannanshire’s visitor economy to £20million by 2020 by attracting more visitors and