Kilsyth is a town and civil parish in North Lanarkshire, roughly halfway between Glasgow and Stirling in Scotland. The estimated population is 10,000. The town is famous for the Battle of Kilsyth and the religious revivals of the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries. The town has close links with Cumbernauld at one time being part of Cumbernauld and Kilsyth District Council.
Kilsyth has many of the characteristics associated with a Scottish market town, including a pedestrianised Main Street featuring an extensive range of local independent shops, open spaces and parks with gardens at Burngreen and Colzium House complete with their own bandstands. Popular and in demand dining experiences are on offer at establishments such as the Coachman Hotel, the Boathouse and the Scarecrow pub. Kilsyth also offers a wide choice of local restaurants - European, Indian, Chinese, and fish & chips. The nearby villages of Croy, Banton, Queenzieburn, and Twechar are within easy walking distance from Kilsyth.
Townhead reservoir, also known locally as Banton Loch, is the site of the Battle of Kilsyth and is the main reservoir for the Forth and Clyde Canal. A bustling marina has been established at Auchinstarry close to the climbing wall and lakes at the old quarryworks.
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