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Clubs and Groups Got Together

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Thornhill Community Hall was busy with stallholders and visitors on Saturday. There was lots of conversation, laughs and greeting of friends old and new.

Some of the stallholders decorated their stalls (and in some cases themselves) so the place looked bright and welcoming.

Many thanks to those who took part, donated home baking and sandwiches, and to the kitchen helpers who supplied endless cups of teas and coffees.

Thanks also to the Stirling Council ‘Let’s Get Together’ fund for grant in support of the event.

There is a selection of photos below. If anyone who was there and took their own photos would like them included you can email them to

Thornhill Accordion and Fiddle Stall

How clean is Thornhill’s air?

Amy, a researcher from Stirling University, is running an air quality workshop this coming Saturday 25th March in the Community Hall. Drop in any time between 10 and 12 to her more about the air we’re breathing in and the air quality monitoring our village.

More information on the Stirling Uni website

Consultation on Callander Woodland Management

If you use the woodland paths around Callander you may be interested in this consultation.

Forestry & Land Scotland are undertaking a revision of the Callander Forests Land Management Plan which comprises four woodland areas close to Callander in Stirlingshire.

More information and maps showing the location and key issues relating to the woodlands are available on this link:

Callander Forest land management plan consultation – Forestry and Land Scotland

If you would like to bring any issues to the attention of Forestry & Land Scotland or would like further information then please contact:

A drop in event is proposed for early April in Callander, if you would like further details on this then please let us know.

Please respond within 28 days.

Bingo Night in aid of Thornhill Gala

Gardening Society Event 30th March

Community Development Bulletin Feb 2023

This issue has useful information about Dial-a Journey, hiring a tablet computer and sources of support.

Nearly there……

The Thornhill Clubs and Groups Fair is nearly upon us.

When? Doors open to the public at 10am on 25th Feb. Drop-in any time between then and 2pm. Free to attend.

Where? Thornhill Community Hall FK8 3QB

Why? Lots of stall, and information about local clubs, groups and organisations. Whatever your age, there’s something for you.

What else? Activities such as nature painting with the Carse of Stirling Project and relaxation sessions with Craig.

And a chance to register interest in suggested new groups e.g. running, cycling, health walks, chair aerobics and photography. Or suggest another one.

Anything else? Well, there’s free tea/ coffee, cakes etc. And lots of friendly faces 🙂

Pop-up Charity Shops

Two Pop-up Charity Shop will open as part of Stirling Council’s ‘Let’s Get Together’ winter programme.

The council has paired up with charities that operate shops in Stirling to bring an authentic pre-loved shopping experience to:

·         McLintock Hall in Balfron on Tuesday 21 February from 11.00am – 3.00pm.

·         The Alpha Centre, Fallin on Wednesday 15 March from 11.00 am – 3.00 pm.

Go along, have a rummage and maybe grab yourselves a bargain, and have a free tea/coffee with biscuits and chat in a warm cosy space.

CYP Silly Sundays weekend activity programme

Callander Youth Project are running a 4-weekend activity block taking place each Sunday in March (see poster for information). The programme is open to any young person from P6 to S3. Please note that young people must live or attend school in the McLaren High catchment area in order to participate.

Thanks to funding from The Conundrum Trust, every session on this programme will be free to sign up for. Spaces are limited to 16 places for each session therefore we will open the sign-up window until the evening of Tuesday 21st February (after the first youth club back from the February holiday) before randomly allocating spaces based on drawing names – we hope this gives everyone a fair chance of involvement.

Young people should only sign up for sessions they are interested in – there’s no requirement to sign up for the entire block. A waiting list will be created in the event that demand exceeds availability.

More information about the activities and sign ups can be made here –

Fancy being a Volunteer?

Our bi-monthly newsletter ‘Thornhill Views’ is looking for volunteers to help with content and publishing. If you would like to be partof this small friendly team go to

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