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Speirs Centre, Alloa, UK
Primrose Street Alloa Scotland FK10 1AD GB

Researching your family tree is now easier in Clackmannanshire. You can now use the ScotlandsPeople system to search millions of Scottish records at their Family History Centre.

The ScotlandsPeople system (provided via National Records of Scotland) is one of the largest online sources of original genealogical information.

Available records include:
Statutory Records Births, Marriages and Deaths
Old Parish Records Births, Marriages and Deaths
Catholic Parish Records Births, Marriages and Deaths
Census
Wills and Testaments
Soldiers Wills
Valuation Rolls

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This fantastic, state of the art facility offers a wealth of local services and a range of new facilities:

  • A modern library facility
  • Local and family history facilities with access to all of Scotland’s birth, death, marriage, old parish records, open censuses and much more
  • Registration of births, deaths and marriages
  • Public Wi-Fi and computers for public use
  • Exhibits showing the history and heritage of Clackmannanshire.
  • Seating, relaxation areas and drinks facilities

The Speirs Centre, with its Grade A listing from Historic Environment Scotland, is also a part of an impressive network of VisitScotland Information Partners (VIPs), committed to providing visitors with local information.

 

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Alloa 0.06 km
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The Station Bar, Alloa has benefited from a total refurbishment from top to bottom. The renovation has opened up all areas of the property including a traditional large bar area with snug, lounge restaurant now serving Ochil Caterers exquisite pub grub & our function suite. With a free buffet available to book for any type of event at no extra charge.

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The Bobbing John, Wetherspoon is based in Alloa, Clackmannnanshire has Wi-Fi & TV Screens, go and enjoy one of their great meals at great prices.

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Alloa 0.12 km

Andy Scott’s third sculpture for Clackmannanshire emulates Alloa’s regeneration, was installed on Station Square prior to the Stirling-Alloa-Kincardine railway opening in May 2008.

The sculpture features two figures – an adult wearing a flat cap and a youngster, and creates a focal point at the end of the boulevard.

The figures symbolise the working past of the town, through the adult figure, and the potential future for the town and area, personified by the child. The child in essence rises from the industrial past and looks towards the town.

Andy often incorporates local input in his creations and on this project there were design contributions from St Mungo’s and St Serf’s Primary Schools, as well as Bowmar Community House. A group from the Community House visited Andy’s workshop in Glasgow last year, where they got to see him in action.

 

Andy Scott Public Art Trail

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Located on Alloa High street, Costa is a part of the Costa brand. They offer counter-service coffee, hot drinks, iced coolers, sweet snacks and sandwiches.

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