A small town in North-East Scotland pretty famous for 'Forfar Bridies' (which is a pie) and the football team 'Forfar Athletic'. Forfar is in the county of Angus (which used to be called Forfarshire).
The town serves as the administrative centre for the Angus Council. Forfar is also a traditional market town, serving the outlying lowland farms of Strathmore in central Angus.
There are currently four schools that operate in Forfar, one secondary and three primaries. The secondary school is known as Forfar Academy and the three primary schools based in different locations around the town are called Whitehills, Strathmore and Langlands.
Let's go to Forfar and watch a football match whilst eating a bridie!