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The current Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Europe and External Affairs, Fiona Hyslop was also born in Irvine. The Grannie stone (or Granny Stane) is described as "one of Irvine's prehistoric puzzles", this boulder is either left behind from the Ice Age or is the last remaining stone of a stone circle - others were removed, by blasting, after the Irvine weir was constructed in 1895, but popular protests saved this remaining stone.
Its twin town is Saint-Amand-les-Eaux in northern France just outside Lille. The Grannie Stane is visible when the water is low.
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