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56°31′06″N3°18′12″W / 56.518195°N 3.303398°W / 56.518195; -3.303398 Coordinates: 56°31′06″N3°18′12″W / 56.518195°N 3.303398°W / 56.518195; -3.303398

Burrelton is a small village in Scotland about 12 miles outside Perth and 15 miles outside Dundee. It is joined onto another smaller village, Woodside. It is 2 miles from Coupar Angus and 5 miles from Balbeggie. [1] The population in 2001 was 621. [2]


Entering Burrelton from the south Burrelton from the south.jpg
Entering Burrelton from the south


The village is home to a small primary school called Burrelton Primary School. [3] Pupils typically progress to one of the associated high schools, Perth Academy, or Blairgowie High School. [4]

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  4. "Burrelton Primary School". Perth & Kinross Council. 10 February 2017. Retrieved 12 March 2017.