Bannockburn is a beautiful, green community on south side of Stirling. Originally an independent village, it was named after Bannock Burn, which runs to the Firth of Forth and separates the community from the rest of Stirling. There are two connecting bridges, one of which is an iconic circular stone arch by noted engineer Thomas Telford.
Bannockburn is known as the home of the Wilsons, who designed and wove tartans for the British military and for many Scottish clans, as well. Their textile business lasted for over 100 years, and closed up in the 1920s.
Bannockburn is most famous for the battle that was fought there before it was a village: 1314's Battle of Bannockburn. It was one of the most important battles in Scotland's War of Independence from England. Today, there's a monument and visitor's centre marking the spot.
Bannockburn is full of green, open spaces, and many Bannockburn families have a bit of land to call their own. It's a lovely area where people are looking for attractive outbuildings that will add to their gardens' charm, rather than detract from it. That's why Anchor Timber Buildings is a popular choice with Bannockburn residents.
Anchor Timber Buildings sells Scottish-made storage sheds, garden sheds, potting sheds, playhouses, pet houses, summerhouses, workshops and garages. They can provide a timber building of any size or description, and the delivery and installation are included in the cost.
Not only does Anchor Timber Buildings have over sixty unique designs, each available in a variety of sizes and with options, they can make a bespoke timber building to fit an existing foundation, an unusual space, or your unique requirements.
Our timber buildings are top quality, and they're built of sustainably sourced, solid wood. Take a look at our web site, come visit us in Fife, or just give us a call or an e-mail to find out more.