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In 2019, the groups to benefit from small grants from the Wind Farm Fund were:-

  • 4th-85th Dunblane Scouts
  • Ashfield Village Association
  • Dunblane Development Trust Dunblane in Bloom
  • DDT Memory Café/Mid-Week Group
  • Dunblane Bowling Club
  • Dunblane Cathedral Handbell Ringers
  • Dunblane Fling
  • Dunblane Primary School Parent Council
  • Dunblane Soccer Club
  • Friends of Holmehill
  • Leighton Library Trust
  • Rubber Chicken Theatre CIC
  • St Mary's Episcopal Primary School Parent Council
  • St Blane's Drama Group
  • Victoria Halls

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The atmospheric restaurant & bar is set within Old Churches House Hotel. With pitched wooden ceilings, comfy booths and views across the Cathedral Square.

We serve a variety of traditional dishes with some modern twists. All our dishes are made using fresh local produce and tailored to include the tastiest seasonal produce.

FOOD AVAILABLE FROM
11AM - 8:30PM, MONDAY TO SATURDAY
11AM - 8:00PM SUNDAY

To book a table please call: + 44 (0) 1786 825142
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See the Facebook page of Mason Belles Dunblane

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Glassingall Estates Ltd and Active Stirling have submitted to Stirling Council a Proposal of Application Notice for the development of 135 bespoke holiday lodges and a purpose-built residential activity centre on the Glassingall Estate near Dunblane.

Public Exhibitions are to be held where members of the development team will be in attendance to provide information and answer questions that the local community may have.

NEW DATES
Victoria Hall, Dunblane, Tuesday 26 November 2019 (3pm – 7pm)
Kinbuck Village Hall, Kinbuck, Tuesday 3 December 2019 (4pm – 7pm)

See the Proposal of Application Notice - now revised

See the location plan - now revised

Please see details below of a funding workshop run by the Robertson Trust for their Wee Grants for Wee Groups programme.  This is a great opportunity for community groups (including Community Councils) to find out more about Wee Grants for Wee Groups and maximise their chances of a successful application.  Places are limited, so don’t delay.  Please note this workshop is not open to registered charities, though registered charities are eligible to apply to Wee Grants for Wee Groups.

The Robertson Trust is looking for ten constituted community groups to join them in Stirling for a free Wee Grants for Wee Groups ‘Making an Application’ workshop.

The event will take place on Tuesday 5 November at the Barracks Conference Centre from 10 am – 12 pm and offers two representatives from each group the opportunity to work with Funding Officers on writing an application for an award of between £500-£2000.

Although the fund is also open to registered charities this particular workshop is only for constituted community groups and they ask that you familiarise yourself with their eligibility guidance before getting in touch.

You can request a place at the workshop by contacting them (maximum two per organisation). Spaces are limited and a member of their Giving Team will be in touch to confirm availability.

This email has been sent from the Funding Officer in the Community Engagement Team.  We collect, use and store your personal data for the purpose of supporting you and your organisation’s activities by periodically sending information relevant to community development. If you no longer wish to receive this information, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 01786 233143 to have your details removed from the Funding Officer’s mailing list.

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Jean Cowie
Funding Officer
Stirling Council
Old Viewforth
14-20 Pitt Terrace
Stirling
FK8 2ET

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Tel: 01786 233143

To keep up to date with funding opportunities register on our Funding Stirling website:
http://stirling.fundingscotland.com

 

Dunblane's High Sreet has a new hairdresser & beauty salon and a new green dry cleaning & ironing service

 

The Glam House - read more

 

Green Clean - read more

 

Dunblane Community Council has won the Mike Seal Cup 2019 for its work on one of the High Street's listed buildings (constructed in 1726).

Read more about the work undertaken at 22/24 High Street

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