Thornhill may be small, but residents have access to a number of services and facilities. Please use the links provided for further information.
Bins are collected on Saturdays, see calendar for information
Mobile Library (See website for current timings during the pandemic)
The mobile library visits the village on a Monday morning.
Mobile Post Office (See website for current timings during the pandemic)
A mobile post office provides residents with post office and some banking facilities.
This bus passes through Thornhill six times a day (not Sundays). The route goes from Glasgow via Balfron and Aberfoyle to Stirling and return.
Demand Responsive Transport (DRT)
This service is provided by Stirling Council for rural areas where there are no regular bus services.
Stirling Council Learning & Education
Thornhill Primary School
The Primary School plays an important part in the village life.
McLaren High School
On the outskirts of Callander, pupils from Thornhill Primary usually transfer to Mclaren High.
Norrieston Parish Church is a prominent landmark in the village and holds services every Sunday.
Find A Church lists other churches in the area.
Stirling mosque is the nearest mosque.
Community Hall (See website for current options during the pandemic)
The village hall is run by a committee of local people and is available for hire for functions and events.
A community newsletter full of interesting information and events. A hard copy is produced every two months and delivered to houses in the village.
Thornhill Village store
The shop is open every day from early morning to late evening and has practically everything you need as well as things you didn’t know you needed. It is also a good source for local information and posters of events, etc.