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raploch

(ˈræpˌlɒx)
n
(Textiles) textiles a coarse homespun woollen material
adj
coarse; plain; crude
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Our story in last Wednesday's Observer (August 21, 2019) about the 19-year gap in life expectancy between women living in Dunblane and men residing in Raploch drew comment on our social media page.
The 45-year-old, father of two grown up children, was last seen by a friend walking through Raploch, Stirling, on April 2.
Convicted child molester Alan Christie, 50, was escorted out of his DSS bedsit by police after the mums staged a three-hour siege on the Raploch council estate in Stirling.
The father of three was escorted from the hostel at Raploch, Stirling, by police.
A woman living in part of Dunblane can expect to live 19 years longer than her male counterpart residing five miles away in Raploch, according to latest figures.
She had been filmed at primary school in original documentary Raploch Stories in 2002 and its follow-up, five years later.
It's a moment that was captured in the 2002 BBC documentary Raploch Stories, which followed a year in the lives of residents of the housing estate on the outskirts of Stirling.
FOOTBALL great Billy Bremner's talents are to be marked by a memorial in his home village of Raploch, Stirling.
Children and young people of Big Noise Raploch hosted their counterparts from United States prior to performing at a famous Edinburgh Festival music venue.
The deal applies to Plot 26, a two-bedroom Kincardine style mid-terraced villa priced at PS125,000 at their Stirling Bridge development in the Raploch area of Stirling.