Bridge of Don

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For the bridge, see Bridge of Don (bridge).
Bridge of Don
Bridge of Don is located in Aberdeen
Bridge of Don
Bridge of Don
Bridge of Don shown within the City of Aberdeen
Population 18,732 [1]
OS grid reference NJ 93994 10213
Council area
Lieutenancy area
Country Scotland
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town Aberdeen
Postcode district AB22 8/AB23 8
Dialling code 01224
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Ambulance Scottish
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AberdeenCoordinates: 57°10′58″N 2°06′04″W / 57.182700°N 2.100985°W / 57.182700; -2.100985

Bridge of Don is a suburb in the north of Aberdeen, Scotland. It has a population of 18,732.[1]

Bridge of Don is split into four areas for statistical purposes by Aberdeen City Council and Police Scotland: Balgownie and Donmouth, Danestone, Denmore and Oldmachar. Traditionally Bridge of Don has been split up into: Bridge of Don, Danestone, Denmore and Middleton Park. These areas have smaller areas within them.

Bridge of Don is home to two Junior football clubs: Hall Russell United F.C. and Hermes F.C. who play at neighbouring grounds in the Denmore Road area.

Schools[edit]

The secondary schools within the suburb are: Bridge of Don Academy and Oldmachar Academy.

There are also seven primary schools: Braehead, Danestone, Forehill, Glashieburn, Greenbrae, Middleton Park and Scotstown.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Neighbourhoods". Aberdeencity.gov.uk. 2012-08-29. Retrieved 2013-03-29.