Forgandenny

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The Primary School in Forgandenny

Forgandenny (Scottish Gaelic Forgrann Eithne, 'Over-Bog of Eithne [an ancient female Gaelic name]')) is a small village in Perth and Kinross, located four miles south of Perth, Scotland. Perth is a 20-minute bus ride from Forgandenny, and there is a regular Stagecoach service. Forgandenny is 45 minutes from Edinburgh and one hour from Glasgow. There is a daily train service from Perth to London Kings Cross.

Forgandenny has a church (of Norman origin, though the windows and doors are not original), village hall, a primary school and a Bed and Breakfast. Near the village since 1920 is Strathallan School, a boarding school of approximately 550 pupils and 70 staff, many of whom live in Forgandenny.

Gregory Ross released a book called "Forgandenny, a Place in History" on the 1 December 2007. The book tells the story of the history of Forgandenny and also includes Aberdalgie, Pathstruie, West Dron and Pitkeathly

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