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Airdrie is a small town situated in the County of North Lanarkshire, Scotland. The sits on a flat plain of the Scottish highlands, only 19 miles outside of Glasgow city centre.
There is evidence to suggest that Airdrie dates back to the Battle of Arderyth, AD 577, although there is some ambiguity regarding the actual location and reasons behind the battle, however it is commonly believed that the battle was between Gododdin, King of Strathclyde, Rydderych the Bountiful and the Scoti King of Kintyre, Aeddam The Perfidious. Unfortunately, records of this event are very scarce so this event is very much surrounding in myth.
After the Great War, Airdrie suffered times of hardship due to its many casualties of war and then followed the great depression in the 1930s, to which at this point half the population was left unemployed. Fortunately at the end of the 1940s, new companies such as Boots Pharmaceuticals and Banner Textiles Ltd. had been established in the town, creating many jobs for the townsfolk. Today, Airdrie has much improved with an array of shops to boost economy and organisations such as the Airdrie and Coatbridge Amateur Operatic Society and the Airdrie Astronomical Society, and Airdrie is home to the famous Wallace Stone, the stone that (according to legend) William Wallace used to sharpen his stone on his journey to the Battle of Falkirk.