Thornhill, Stirling, United Kingdom

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Scarecrows 2022

What a great Gala/ Jubilee weekend. Congratulations to the organisers and all the helpers.

The scarecrow competition attracted the usual mix of bizarre and very bizarre!

Thornhill Flower Show 3rd September

Thornhill Gardening Society are holding their 39th annual flower show on 3rd September 2022. Doors open at 2pm, official opening 2.30pm.

Entries for the show should be received in the hall on Friday evening between 7.30 and 9.00pm and on the morning of the show from 7.30 to 9.00am

Important deadline dates if you want to enter the garden competitions:

18th July – Cottage Garden and Annual Garden Competitions- both open competitions
18th July – Ecological Garden Trophy- for the garden deemed to be most ecologically friendly.

For more information and a copy of the rules and show categories contact Norman on 01786 850600.

Thornhill Community Trust AGM 9th June

Thornhill Community Trust members and members of the public are invited to attend the TCT Annual General Meeting on 9th June 2022.

This will take place in the Community Hall with refreshments and snacks following the meeting.

The trustees are looking forward to seeing you in person.

Thornhill Gala/ Platinum Jubilee Celebrations

Come and join the fun next weekend.

Community Litter Pick cancelled

Unfortunately the South Common litter pick planned for Saturday 28th has had to be cancelled due to not getting equipment in time.

We hope to reschedule it for next month.

Community Litter Pick, South Common, 28th May

Thornhill 10k Race

The Thornhill 10k, organised by Tay Fitness Events, is due to take place on the 8th May 2022.  More information on their website.

The Kippen Road, B822 to B8031 will be closed by Police from 11.55am to 12.30pm (approx) to allow the safe start of the race.  The route will then follow the road round The Frews and we would appreciate avoiding this road if possible for the duration of the event.

The organisers apologise in advance for any inconvenience caused.  If you have any queries please email

Callander Youth Project Wildlife Weekend programme

CYP Wildlife Weekend programme takes place every Sunday for 6 weeks beginning April 24th. This link contains more information on each individual activity session as well the sign up process.

The programme is open to any young person from P6 to S3 however an enthusiasm for animals is recommended given the nature of the block. Following feedback from the previous weekend block, parents/guardians can sign young people up for individual sessions and are not required to sign up for the entire block. There are limited spaces available therefore we will open the sign-up window until 10pm on Monday 18th April before randomly allocating spaces based on drawing names – we hope this gives everyone a fair chance of involvement. We will notify everyone who has been assigned a space some point on Tuesday 19th April.

Children’s Book Festival 3rd-5th March 2022

From Stirling Council.

Families will have the opportunity to enjoy a fun and diverse programme of events and activities as a popular children’s book festival returns to Stirling next week.

Organised by Stirling Council’s Libraries Service, ‘smallprint’ is a three-day celebration of children’s literature day that gets underway on World Book Day on Thursday 3rd March.

Visits to schools from some top children’s authors, a hands-on digital event, fun-filled creative workshops, pre-recorded virtual stories and Bookbug live sessions all feature in this year’s exciting programme.

The festival was entirely online last year due to the pandemic but the easing of restrictions means a welcome return to some in-person events alongside the digital offerings.

The in-person events include a digital takeover at Bannockburn Library with fun drop-in activities including Lego animation, VR art, 3D printing and gadget making, along with a visit from children’s author Jo Hall to St Ninians Library, who will share the ‘idea sets’ she created for her character JoJo Gnome.

Among the digital activities is an online workshop with Stirling’s award-winning Makar Laura Fyfe, who will encourage children to find their poem in the same way she does: from the sparkly glimmers of inspiration we have around us all the time.

Each day will end with a bedtime story at 7pm on Facebook.

Author visits to schools are for an invited audience only. Others are bookable under the ‘What’s On’ section of and all are free of charge.

SMART Digital Villages Event

You may have noticed the weather and traffic monitors at the top of the Masonic Hall. This was erected as part of the Forth Valley and Lomond LEADER Smart Villages Project to provide useful data to communities.

Tuesday 8 March 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM (online)
You can join a Smart Village shared learning event which will tell us what is meant by a Smart Village, and introducing 3 pilot projects that are currently underway: Air Quality; Car Park Usage and Flood Monitoring Project; and Visitor Management.

Further information and how to register

Live feeds from Thornhill Weather Station

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