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The Local Area Guide to living in Bridge of Earn

Bridge of Earn is an idyllic village that has experienced some degree of growth over the past few years, with a number of building developments currently in the works. It's located just five miles to the south of Perth, adjacent to the M90 motorway which is the main road between Perth and Edinburgh. Named for the river Earn which flows through the countryside, Bridge of Earn is nestled in a picturesque area known for its beauty spots, woodland walks and panoramic views. A bridge has existed at this spot for over 700 years, although the current bridge was constructed in 1821.

The village was once a popular spa destination within Scotland, with visitors flocking to the Pitkeathly Wells nearby. These have now been closed, but Bridge of Earn still offers a tranquil environment for rest and relaxation. Its Victory Park offers tennis, a football pitch, and a bowling club. There are also 12 golf courses within a 10-mile radius, and all the city attractions of Perth are a swift drive away. The village boasts all modern amenities including a primary school, village hall, church, and health facilities as well as its own police station.

Information about the local residents

Although Bridge of Earn retains the close-knit feeling of a traditional Scottish village, it's now considered a commuter town due to its central location in the heart of Scotland. It's located right off of the M90, putting it in close proximity to Perth, Dundee and Edinburgh alike. Most residents of Bridge of Earn commute to work, although the local economy also includes retail, care homes and service industry positions. Although 1,031 households and a population of 2,331 was recorded in the 2001 Census, the area has been heavily developed since then. There are a number of new houses in the village and surrounding countryside, most of which are owner occupied.

Nearby Schools

Children living in Bridge of Earn and the surrounding area are served by Dunbarney Primary School, which offers seven primary classes and forty part-time places in its nursery class. The schoolhouse was recently renovated and extended in 1996, providing modern accommodation for both the students and all staff members. Dunbarney's a feeder school for Perth High school, and students living in Bridge of Earn receive free transport into Perth for secondary education. Perth High School scored 'Good' in many areas in a 2007 report from Education Scotland, including the issues of curriculum structure and meeting pupil's needs.

Another school in the area is Kilgraston, which is situated in nearby Kintillo. This is a preparatory, senior school, and sixth form independent fee-paying school for girls. It's located in a historic mansion house, built in 1800 by Francis Grant.

Getting Around

Because the village sits adjacent to the M90 motorway, the residents of Bridge of Earn enjoy swift access to Perth and Edinburgh city centres alike. Perth is a mere five-minute drive, while Edinburgh can be reached in under an hour. The Perth Park and Ride Megabus stop is also located nearby, as well as a number of local bus services. Although the village once boasted its own train station, today the closest railway station is located in Perth's city centre. There are several taxi companies operating in the area as well.

Local Shops

Bridge of Earn's traditional High Street is its centre of commerce, as it has been for generations. Residents and visitors can find a range of services and retail outlets here, including a local post office, general store, chemists, hairdressers, and bakery. There's also a number of cafés, restaurants, takeaways, and pubs scattered throughout the town, both on the High Street and in the surrounding areas. The nearest petrol station and banks can be found in nearby Perth, which also offers hundreds of retail outlets to explore on a day out. Visit Perth's St John's Shopping Centre for the usual high street brands or swing by McEwens for a more unique experience. It's one of the UK's last family run department stores, known for its affordability and excellent customer service.

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All information was correct at time of publication and is provided in good faith.

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