is a large village in the County of Clackmannanshire in Central
Scotland. In the 9th century, King
Kenneth MacAlpin is
said to have given Tullibody its name. In
the 12th century,Tullibody had a church and a parish
priest. In the 16th century a French Army used the roof from
Tullibody's Church to make a bridge over the nearby River Devon.
Now, in the 21st century, Tullibody has about 8,500 inhabitants.
The Village has a Pub (The Inn), a Hotel (The Abercromby Arms),
a Golf Course (Braehead), a
Post Office, a
Civic Centre, four Primary Schools, a Church, a Church Hall, a Chapel,
a Police Station, a small Shopping Centre (Tron Court) and an Industrial
Site (Dumyat Business