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Network Rail crosses residents

Forth Park residents are objecting to Network Rail’s proposed new Cornton crossing.
The proposals would see the replacement of the existing level crossing with a pedestrian footbridge.
But residents say that the closure of the crossing will cut them off from their local community, affect bus routes and potentially endanger children, who may be tempted to take short cuts over the river. Continue reading “Network Rail crosses residents”

TV royalty comes to Wallace High

Stirling’s Wallace High School last night played host to BBC’s Question Time.

The school’s theatre was transformed into a television studio to accommodate presenter David Dimbleby, his guest panel and audience. Continue reading “TV royalty comes to Wallace High”

Memorial benches offered in park upgrade

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Bridge of Allan residents are being given the opportunity to commemorate a loved one by sponsoring a park bench.

The new seating is being installed as part of ongoing upgrades to Memorial Park in Henderson Street. Continue reading “Memorial benches offered in park upgrade”

An olympic Christmas for Dunblane

Olympian Andrew Butchart is headlining this year’s Christmas Extravaganza in Dunblanedunblane-christmas

The annual event, which takes place mainly along Dunblane High Street, will also feature tumbling elves, a stilt-walking ice queen and a fire performer.

Santa and his reindeer are regular features on the night but this is the first time Dunblane’s ‘other’ olympian has made an appearance.

Continue reading “An olympic Christmas for Dunblane”

BBs Presented With Youth Impact Award

The 25th Stirling and Dunblane Boys’ Brigade has won an award for construction work in one of the world’s poorest countries.

The brigade was presented with the Youth Impact Award at the Scotland-Malawi Partnership AGM in Glasgow for their contribution to rebuilding classrooms in Africa. Continue reading “BBs Presented With Youth Impact Award”