The public meeting scheduled for Thursday 21 September to discuss Thornhill Place Plan has been postponed. This is due to unforeseen circumstances and we apologise for any inconvenience caused. We have rescheduled the meeting to Sunday 26 November 2023, 2 – 5pm, Thornhill Community Hall. Please look out for more information about the event nearer the time.
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- Thornhill Community Hall.
- Sat 20th May, 12 noon – 4.00pm.
- Come for the start and stay as long as you can.
What kind of meeting is it?
- It’s a community event led by Jamie Hamilton and Roland Playle, Community Chartering Network.
- There will be conversations and discussions round the table.
- Plenty of maps around to trigger thoughts and fresh ideas too.
- It’ll be great chance to catch up with old friends and make new ones.
Why get together?
- It is important to have as many residents as possible inputting into our plans so they truly reflect the views of the community and carry sufficient weight to influence the Local Development Plan.
- It will also provide effective guidelines for future decisions about our village.
Who Can Come?
- All residents of Thornhill and the surrounding area are welcome.
What about Young People?
- There will be a special area in the Hall so young people from 9 years can contribute their views.
- Simple activities for younger children, crafts, books, games etc will be available in the meeting room but will need to be supervised by their parents.
- No children under 16 will be admitted unless accompanied by an adult.
Will there be food and refreshments?
- Yes, there will be break at 2.00pm for a bite to eat/late lunch, with refreshments available all day.
- Thanks to Stirling Council for the Community Pride Fund award to support this event.
What if I can’t attend the Gathering on 20th May?
- If you can’t come on the day you can sign up to be kept informed about future Thornhill Plan meetings, developments or agreements.
- Sign up to our mailing list here.
- Information provided will not be shared with other organisations or used for anything other than the purposes stated.
- Just provide your contact details and consent to be contacted on the form.
Thank you – see you on the 20th.
Have your say in May!
Please click here to find out why we’re having a Community Gathering on 20 May and why your views count.
Forth Valley and Lomond LEADER Local Action Group held a workshop on 8th March to highlight work being done by the SMART Digital Villages Network. This includes a range of sensors measuring a number of environmental factors including air quality, weather and traffic flow.
Thornhill’s sensors are on top of the Masonic Hall. You can see an example of the data received so far below. You can access a recording of the workshop here.
In December 2021 we asked villagers their views on developing a village centre in and around “The Loan”. You can now download the leaflet and a map of the area under consideration. More updates will follow as available.
The full results of the Thornhill Futures Questionnaire, in which a large number of villagers participated earlier in 2021, can now be downloaded here.
Our new Thornhill air quality & weather station is now online.
Located atop the Masonic Lodge at the Junction of the Kippen and Aberfoyle Roads it measures particulate matter PM10 and PM2.5 plus wind speed, direction, solar energy, temperature, pressure, humidity and of course rainfall. Additional air quality sensors are scheduled to be located at the other end of Main Street during February and Traffic Data will follow in due course