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scotcorrespond Today marks the 704th anniversary of #Bannockburn. When Robert The Bruce sent his troops to battle he did so in the… https://t.co/qKpOGppl2u
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Today marks the 704th anniversary of Bannockburn. When Robert The Bruce committed his troops to battle he did so in the name of the blessed St Kessog, Scotland’s ‘first’ Patron Saint before St Andrew. After the victory The Bruce went to Luss to give thanks to St Kessog who has been largely forgotten even though he played a big part in Scottish history. issuu.com/scotlandcorrespondent/docs/scotland_correspondent_issue_3/18?ff=true See MoreSee Less

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