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The Carrick Stone
Article date: 17 Mar 2012

Manager Phil Hedge-Holmes (pictured) has moved from his role at The Brandon Works, in Motherwell, to The Carrick Stone, in Cumbernauld.

The Carrick Stone is an ancient monument, shaped like a Roman altar, standing in what is now the New Town area of Carrickstone.

According to local tradition, Robert the Bruce, King of the Scots and also Earl of Carrick, planted his standard here before the Battle of Bannockburn.

The pub, on two floors, features a bar on each, as well as an external area to the front and to the rear on the first floor.

The pub also has a sculpture of a bull.

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