Stirling Why Choose Harriet Bond?

Harriet Bond Detective Agency have been providing high quality, professional investigations in Stirling and throughout the UK for almost 20 years. We offer professional, discreet and cost effective solutions to a variety of problems, both private and commercial.

Our agents are trained to the the highest standards and always operate within the law, with the clients needs as priority.

Unlike many smaller agencies, we have the resources to provide clients in Stirling with:

  • A UK wide network of highly trained expert agents
  • An online portal to manage your investigation and view results in real time
  • A professional senior team to manage your case with care, discretion and professionalism

Each client is assigned their own personal Case Manager. When you call they will offer a sympathetic ear and outline possible courses of action. 

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Facts About Stirling
Area Code 01786
Population 33710
Latitude / Longitude 56.12 / -3.95
Information About Stirling
  • Stirling is a city and former ancient burgh in Scotland.
  • Stirling is at the heart of the wider Stirling council area.
  • Stirling is clustered around a large fortress and medieval old-town beside the River Forth.
  • Stirling was strategically important as the "Gateway to the Highlands", with its position near the boundary between the Scottish Lowlands and Highlands.
  • Stirling has been described as the brooch which clasps the Highlands and the Lowlands together.
  • Stirling 's position as the nearest crossing of the Forth to the river mouth meant that many of its visitors were in fact invaders.
  • According to legend, when Stirling was under attack from Viking invaders, a wolf howled, alerting the townspeople in time to save the town.
  • Once the capital of Scotland, Stirling contains the Great Hall and the Renaissance Palace.
  • Stirling also has its medieval parish church, The Church of the Holy Rude.
  • Stirling and the wider urban area including Bridge of Allan and Bannockburn has a population of 45,750.
  • This makes Stirling the smallest city in Scotland.
  • Stirling is smaller than many of Scotland's larger towns.
  • One of the principal royal strongholds of the Kingdom of Scotland, Stirling was created as Royal burgh by King David I in 1130.
  • In 2002, as part of Queen Elizabeth II's Golden Jubilee, Stirling was granted city status.
  • Stirling is renowned as the Gateway to the Highlands.
  • The land surrounding Stirling has been most affected by glacial erosion and deposition.
  • Stirling has grown up around its castle which stands atop an ancient quartz-dolerite sill.
Areas in and Around Stirling
  • Alloa
  • Chartershall
  • Bannockburn
  • Craighill
Cities Close to Stirling
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