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Falkirk, Stirling and Falkirk
Dunipace is a village in the west of the Falkirk council area of Scotland. The village is 6.3 miles (10.1 km) south of Stirling and 5.3 miles (8.5 km) north-west of Falkirk. The village is situated on the north bank of the River Carron and adjoins the town of Denny to the south of the river.
The main road through Dunipace is the A872 road between Denny and Stirling. Based on the 2001 census, Falkirk council reported the population of Dunipace as being 2,444 residents.
In 1876 Dunipace was joined with Denny to form the Denny and Dunipace Burgh. This was abolished in 1975 when both areas became part of Falkirk District.
A legend exists that the famous Scottish patriot William Wallace, lived in Dunipace with his uncle, who was a clergyman at the parish church.
Dunipace is mainly residential, and has a church, a primary school, a few shops (including two hairdressers) and two pubs: The Red Hoose and The Songbird.
The Red Hoose was used as a filming location for hit Scottish comedy Still Game in the New Year's episode of 2007.
Dunipace also has a Junior League football team, Dunipace F.C.. The club was formed in 1888 and is based at Westfield Park. They currently compete in the West Region of the Scottish Junior Football Association.