Fintry is a small village in central Scotland, nestled in the strath of the Endrick Water in the Campsie Fells some 35km north of Glasgow. It is part of Stirling District. As of the 2001 census, Fintry and the surrounding rural area had a population of 2300 people.

Fintry is a Church of Scotland Parish in the Presbytery of Stirling. The parish minister for Fintry is shared with Balfron with the Manse located there.

The location of Fintry is between the Campsie Fells and the Fintry Hills

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* United Kingdom Ordnance Survey Map (2004) 1:50,000 scale, Landranger series

External links

* [ Undiscovered Scotland's page on Fintry]
* [ Stirling Council's resources for Fintry]

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