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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 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. Β 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

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

Deadline for responding to Inverdunning planning application closed.

Stirling Council granted us an extension to submit responses to this complex planning proposal. However, the deadline has now passed.

I would like to thank everyone who took time to contact the council with your views. Amazing community spirit πŸ‘ πŸ‘ πŸ‘

Shelloch Windfarm Approved

From Councillor Martin Earl

Dear All,

I am advising both Community Councils of the outcome of the Planning Hearing to determine the Shelloch Windfarm application that took place yesterday.

The application was approved by the planning panel.  Their meetings are held online via MS teams. I have attached a copy of the report to committee by the planning officer and a copy of my presentation for your information.

I am extremely disappointed not only in the outcome but also the process that took place that to my mind impedes good quality presentations by those wanting to raise objections or concerns – external input is only allowed by phone call so one cannot present graphics and has to read out a submission.

Mobile Library Timetable

Please see the timetable for January and February 2022.

Proposed Housing Development in Thornhill

You may be aware of a proposed mixed housing/ industrial development on the edge of Thornhill, which includes 73 new houses and JCC moving to the new site.
The proposal concerns land North West Of And At Burnside Works Main Street Thornhill.
More information can be found on the Stirling Council Planning website at

Community councils have a statutory right to be consulted on applications for planning permission and represent the local viewpoint on developments.
Thornhill & Blairdrummond Community Council are hosting an open meeting online this Wednesday evening (15th Dec), contact for the joining instructions

There are a couple of things to note:

  • There are 47 documents in total so you may want to concentrate on the areas which affect you most or which you have expertise in.
  • The deadline for comments to the Planning Department is 30th December which doesn’t give us much time to study the documents. However, the Community Council has requested an extension to this deadline so I will inform you if it is granted.
  • As Thornhill residents you have the right to comment on this planning application either directly to the Planning Department or via the Community Council. TCT will also develop a response based on your feedback.

Please respond to if you would like your views included in the TCT response.

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