Thornhill, Stirling, United Kingdom

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Thornhill Views Donation Appeal

Thornhill Views, our free bi-monthly newsletter, has been delivered to every household in the community free of charge since 2014.

Now the team who produce it are appealing for your help to keep it going.

We love producing Thornhill Views for the community, and we hope you love receiving it too, but we need help.

With rising printing costs, each edition now costs £400; we have enough money for another three issues so we need donations to keep it going beyond that.

Whatever you can spare will be gratefully received (please reference your payment ‘TV donation’)

Bank Details for direct payment

Name: Thornhill Community Trust

Account No: 65214996

Sort Code: 08-92-99

Thank you!

Thornhill Views Feb 2021

Please find a link to Edition 42 of Thornhill Views.

As we are in lockdown and aiming to Stay at Home we are not distributing hard copies door to door this time.  We are therefore, once more, seeking the support of local community group secretaries and organisers if they would kindly distribute this copy through their membership circulation lists on our behalf.

Printed copies will be available in the shop later in the week so when you are buying your essential items from Robert and his team you can collect a copy – not forgetting one for anyone who is shielding at present.

We’re pleased to get this edition out in time for people to note the date for the Community Council meeting this week as well as articles about:

  • What does the Future hold for Thornhill and surrounding area?
  • Dog-fouling – the word on the pavie
  • Wind-farm development 
  • The new TCT chair – a profile in our Villager Views series
  • Will you be heart-bombing this Valentine’s Day?
  • Twenty’s Plenty
  • Dates for your Diary – a bit of fun to look forward to!

Thornhill Views edition 38

Once again the Thornhill Views team have put together an interesting publication but sadly, in the current situation, are not able to distribute paper copies to every household as normal. A link to the current edition is on their Facebook page but for those not on Facebook you can also access it at this link

Thornhill Views edition 37- electronic copy

A dilemma…As a result of the coronavirus crisis, we faced a dilemma about whether to print and deliver this edition or come up with a different solution.  Events moved quickly and the decision became clear; we would email as many copies as we could and print a limited number, for folk that do not have electronic access.

The digital solution…Thornhill Views only holds a limited number of readers’ email addresses on its distribution list.  Other local organisations hold other email addresses, but the organisations cannot share lists, as that may breach data protection regulations.  Therefore, Thornhill Views has distributed TV37 directly to the email addresses it holds and asked other local groups to “cascade” copies to their own email lists.  We apologise therefore if you receive more than one copy.

Another for traditionalists…As we know some folk don’t use the internet so we have printed a limited number of copies with them in mind. Robert has agreed to have these printed copies in the Village Store. If you know someone who would enjoy a copy and is not on the internet please try to let them know where it can be collected from Friday.

Please follow Government advice and do not go to the shop solely for a copy of Thornhill Views.  Only collect a copy when visiting the shop for other essentials. We are all very grateful to Robert and the team for their support as always.

We hope you enjoy Issue 37 and all our village’s world class news!

Kind regards and keep safe from us all at TV


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Thornhill Views is produced by a team of volunteers for those interested in the Thornhill community near Stirling, UK

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