Thornhill, Stirling, United Kingdom

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Thornhill Clubs and Activites Fair

Sat 25th February 2023 in Thornhill Community Hall.

Back in early 2021, during the Covid 19 pandemic, Thornhill Futures carried out a survey of residents’ views about life in Thornhill- what was good and not so good. One outcome was the desire for more community activities to combat feelings of isolation. 

Thornhill was once described as a swan- looks quiet and serene on the surface but lots going on underneath!

However, when it comes to listing what’s going on that’s a bit more difficult. There are a number of social and activity clubs and organisation, and some commercial activity groups but sometimes it can be difficult to find out what’s happening where and when.

Perhaps you have an idea for a group or activity and are wondering if others would like to join in.

TCT is planning a day when existing clubs and groups and potential groups can introduce themselves and their ideas to the community and/ or recruit new members.

  • please have a think about what groups you know about in Thornhill and the surrounding area.
  • send their contact details to If you don’t know the contact details the name of the group/ organisation will do.
  •  If you have an idea for starting a new group and want to get in touch with like-minded others, let me know.

Once TCT has a list of groups we will invite them to attend on the day.

We will keep you informed about the details nearer the time, but put the date in your calendar now!

Tree Planting Day, South Common 19th November

We all know that trees are good for the environment and benefit wildlife so come and join us on the South Common to help plant some baby trees.
No experience necessary, just enthusiasm and willingness to get stuck in!

Stirling Council Arrangments for Queen’s Funeral

Here is a link to the notice of arrangements that Stirling Council will have in place for next Monday .

South Common Litter Pick

Sat 20th August at 10am on the South Common.
Come and join us talking about a load of rubbish!

Junior and Senior Youth Clubs

Callander Youth Project junior and senior youth clubs return next week for the 22/23 year. Please see the schedule posters for both groups.

Junior youth clubs will continue to run on Tuesdays after school with set activities each week. Please use the link below to sign your young person up to their respective age group, even those who took part in last year’s groups.

P6 (3-4pm) sign ups –

P7 (5-6pm) sign ups –

The S1-3 group remains on Mondays for the extended session of 4-5.30pm as a drop in (free choice) session with the scheduled activities as optional.

S1-3 sign ups can be made here –

The normal fee structure continues this year – one-off annual membership (£5) and a weekly £1 fee from attendees. We don’t wish this to be a barrier that prevents anyone from attending, so please just let us know if that causes a problem and we’ll be happy to waive it.

If anyone has any questions or concerns, please feel free to get in touch

Tel: 01877 330141.

South Common Litter Pick

Saturday 20th August 10am

Thornhill Gardening Society 39th Annual Flower Show


Come along and get some advice from Norman.

Wednesday 10th August at 7pm,Thornhill Church Hall

Competition entry schedules available from the village shop.




Reminder: Gardening Society Flower Show 3rd September

Thornhill Gardening Society’s annual flower show will take place in the Community Hall on Saturday 3rd September 2022. Now is the time to be planning your entries and picking up your entry form at the Village Store. Its a good fun activity and event and open to everyone regardless of ability and experience. If your garden is looking good, you most likely have a good entry.

The entry date deadline for the, Cottage Garden Competition, Annual Garden Competition and the Ecological Garden Competition, has been extended to 31st July 2002. Entries to Norman on 850600.

South Common Litter Pick 20th August

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!

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