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Kildrum was the first area to be constructed in Cumbernauld new town, North Lanarkshire, Scotland. It provided housing for the workers at the Burroughs factory at Old Inns, the first factory in Cumbernauld New Town. The main road is in the shape of an arc with residential streets leading from it. Inside the arc are ex-corporation houses and there is better quality, mostly private, housing on the outside. The street names of Kildrum are taken from places associated with Robert Burns.

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  • Kildrum was the first area to be constructed in Cumbernauld new town, North Lanarkshire, Scotland. It provided housing for the workers at the Burroughs factory at Old Inns, the first factory in Cumbernauld New Town. The main road is in the shape of an arc with residential streets leading from it. Inside the arc are ex-corporation houses and there is better quality, mostly private, housing on the outside. The street names of Kildrum are taken from places associated with Robert Burns.
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  • Kildrum was the first area to be constructed in Cumbernauld new town, North Lanarkshire, Scotland. It provided housing for the workers at the Burroughs factory at Old Inns, the first factory in Cumbernauld New Town. The main road is in the shape of an arc with residential streets leading from it. Inside the arc are ex-corporation houses and there is better quality, mostly private, housing on the outside. The street names of Kildrum are taken from places associated with Robert Burns. Facilities include Cumbernauld High School, primary school, special school, health centre, YMCA, four shops, hairdressers, chemist, three churches/chapels, Salvation Army. Kildrum's history did not begin with the new town since as far back as 1 October 1310 Robert the Bruce wrote to Edward II of England from Kildrum trying, unsuccessfully, to establish peace between Scotland and England. There was also a farm about which some records exist.The Town Centre and Carbrain lie to the west of Kildrum. To the north is Seafar, to the east Cumbernauld Park and to the south Cumbernauld Glen.
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