About Cambusbarron Village
Cambusbarron is a quiet village located on to the southwest of
Stirling and can offer visitors a welcome break from the hustle and
bustle of life. Below are a few of the well known landmarks of the
village. From this page you have the opportunity to visit more local
views and learn a bit about the history of the village. Please feel free
to take a virtual wander round the village by using the links on the
left. The picture on the top right is of the Bruce Memorial Church. The
Church stands in the centre of the village and is an obvious land mark.
Another obvious land mark of the village is the old school house which was the childhood home of Dr Grierson. Dr John Grierson CBE, born in 1898 in Perthshire, Scotland, was the son of a local school headmaster. His fame in the film industry as the pioneer of documentary film came when he produced for the Empire Marketing Board a documentary - Drifters - about the herring fishing fleets. This received wide critical acclaim at its first public showing in London in 1929 with the British premier of Eisenstein’s Battleship Potemkin.
If you reside in Cambusbarron and would like any particular area or item of interest pertaining to the village to be presented on this web then please contact the web master from the contact page. If you have any old or interesting photographs, stories or memories pertaining to Cambusbarron that you would like published on the website then contact us via the contact page.