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[[File:PerthshireTraditional.png|thumb|Perthshire shown within Scotland]]'''Perthshire''' is a former county in [[Scotland]]. From 1930 it had a joint county council with [[Kinrossshire]]. In 1975 it was split between the [[Central Region]] and [[Tayside]]. From 1996 the area has been split between three council areas: [[Clackmannanshire]], [[Perth and Kinross]] and [[Stirling]].
 
[[File:PerthshireTraditional.png|thumb|Perthshire shown within Scotland]]'''Perthshire''' is a former county in [[Scotland]]. From 1930 it had a joint county council with [[Kinrossshire]]. In 1975 it was split between the [[Central Region]] and [[Tayside]]. From 1996 the area has been split between three council areas: [[Clackmannanshire]], [[Perth and Kinross]] and [[Stirling]].
  
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==LGBT history==
  
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[[Trans Perthshire]] is a social group for the [[trans]] community in Perthshire and surrounding areas. It meets monthly at the Scone Arms in [[Perth]].<ref>http://gires.org.uk/tranzwiki/index.php/Trans_Perthshire</ref>
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[[Category:Former Scottish counties]]

Latest revision as of 16:21, 23 March 2014

Perthshire shown within Scotland
Perthshire is a former county in Scotland. From 1930 it had a joint county council with Kinrossshire. In 1975 it was split between the Central Region and Tayside. From 1996 the area has been split between three council areas: Clackmannanshire, Perth and Kinross and Stirling.

LGBT history

Trans Perthshire is a social group for the trans community in Perthshire and surrounding areas. It meets monthly at the Scone Arms in Perth.[1]

References

  1. http://gires.org.uk/tranzwiki/index.php/Trans_Perthshire