We hope you’ve been enjoying seeing the decorated windows so far. There have been a few changes to the timetable, maybe the window elves have been double booked. The new timetable is available here
Thornhill Windows Advent Calendar
As you know there won’t be a Light Up Thornhill celebration this year (boo) ……… but the Thornhill Christmas Fairy (TCT) thought we should try to brighten up the village in another way (hurrah).
So, each day during Advent a different decorated window in the village will be revealed. We hope you will enjoy looking out for these windows as you go about the village.
If you can’t make it to the village you’ll be able to see photos of them at https://calendar.myadvent.net/?id=803cfb0418f116bd4bcf16f25ec1176f
Home Energy Scotland webinar: How saving water helps save money on energy bills
Around 17% of the average heating bill relates to heating water. As we are all home more due to coronavirus restrictions, our water and energy use will be affected meaning our energy bills could increase. This online workshop provides practical advice on how to save water and money, including using water wisely when taking a shower, washing your clothes, or making a cup of tea. On top of that, there’s the value of not wasting such a valuable resource and contributing to the broader good of helping to manage supply, now and into the future.
This workshop is open to all, colleagues, family and friends could benefit too.
Once you have registered, Home Energy Scotland will email you a link to join the session that is being held using Zoom.
If you aren’t able to attend the session, for new dates and more information, contact Jacqueline.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thornhill Community Trust (TCT)
Invites you to a Public Meeting on Zoom
3 November 2020 at 7.30pm
The Trustees have arranged a special members meeting to discuss their response to Inverdunning/WS Dunsire’s pre-planning consultation.
The agenda will include background to the meeting, a chance to hear others’ views, a TCT members’ vote and a chance to think about the future for Thornhill.
New to Zoom? – it’s easier than working a mobile phone and you won’t have to go out in the cold! It’s not an ideal way to get together but it’s the best we’ve got meantime. Why not give it a shot?
Email: email@example.com by 29 October for the Zoom link to join in.
Full details on Thornhill Community Website
Not on the internet? You should have received a paper copy of the plans through the post – that’s your chance to let the developers know your views.
Are you super at Science, thrilled by Technology, excited by Engineering, animated by Art or mad about Maths? Stirling is set to host its very first Science Festival, which will explore the world of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Maths).
The festival will take place online from Thursday 15th – Saturday 17th October 2020 and will include, fun & informative STEAM workshops for families, a fantastic family science show, science Q&As, fun experiments to conduct at home and much more.
The festival is produced by Stirling Council and D.C. McNeill Consultancy in partnership with Forth Valley College, the Engine Shed, Stirling University, Codebase, Developing the Young Work Force and Zero Waste Scotland.
For more information go to www.stirlingevents.org/festivals
This Saturday there will be an online event organised by Froglife – please see attached details. Froglife is keen for more people to sign up for this event.
Thurs, 10 September 2020
7:00pm to 8:00pm
Home Energy Scotland is hosting a free webinar. Discover why there’s never been a better time to go green and generate your own electricity.
Whether you’re thinking about installing solar technologies, want to find out how to make the most of your existing system, or are interested in electric vehicles, a team of experts will talk you through everything you need to know, including:
– Factors that affect suitability for your property
– Financial support available to help you install
– How to reduce your exports
– Battery storage
– The Smart Export Guarantee
– Support available to help you switch to an electric vehicle to take advantage of the electricity you’re producing
Guest speakers and Q&A
We’re all looking forward to picking up our lives again once we are finally free of the Covid 19 threat.
TCT is facilitating a virtual village meeting on 17th August at 7.30pm when you are invited to give your views on how you think Thornhill can move on from the pandemic. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for information on how to take part.
Due to restrictions on face to face meetings the usual AGMs for the Community Hall and Thornhill Community Trust are holding a joint virtual meeting on 2nd July at 7pm. All are welcome to ‘attend’. To register, please email email@example.com and you will receive joining information.