West Dunbartonshire, named after the county town, Dumbarton, (note the difference in spelling of the town and the county) is a small county in Scotland with a large tourist infrastructure. This is based mainly on its scenic qualities. It is sometimes known as "The Gateway to the Highlands". The southern shore of Loch Lomond, the UK's largest loch (lake) is in West Dunbartonshire, at Balloch, one of the main tourist centres. Other major towns include Helensburgh, Alexandria and Clydebank.
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Information about a local photographer with galleries illustrating his work.
The web site of the annual road race series held in the west of Scotland. Provides race information, entry forms and statistics.
Vale of Leven History Project
An information and reference website for the towns and villages of the Vale of Leven. Provides extensive history and historical images from the area.
West Dunbartonshire Community Volunteer Service
Provides information on this organisation, which exists to provide independent support, assistance and representation to encourage the positive development of voluntary and community activity in the West Dunbartonshire area.
West Dunbartonshire Council
Local Government pages listing information relating to council business and other issues connected with the locality.
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