Calling all cycling
Whether you are regular confident free-wheeling road/mountain bikers, relying on electric motors, still on your balance bike or just thinking of starting from scratch, we want to meet you.
Dunblane by Cycle is a new community group that emerged after the success of Discover Dunblane's participation in European Mobility Week in September 2016.
Our primary aim is to support cycling as a practical and safe means of everyday transport for all ages within, to and from Dunblane
Sunday 7th May from 1:30-3:30 pm
Braeport Community Centre
All committed or aspirant cyclists are welcome to drop-in and join us (preferably with wheels!) to:
- learn more about our plans for the year
- get advice on how to prepare your bike for summer
- sample some of Dunblane's cycle ways
- have some family fun
For further information:
A public hearing will be held on
Tuesday 25 April 2017 at 1400 in the Cathedral Halls? This is about
Allanwater Development’s attempts to build on the top of Holmehill.
For more detail :
On 2nd March 2017 Stirling Council’s Local Review Body rejected Allanwater Developments’ two appeals against the Council’s Planners. Allanwater had put forward two plans for the same spot on the top of Holmehill: one for a luxury private house and the other for an office block. These were originally rejected last year; yesterday the Council’s Local Review Body confirmed these rejections.
In presenting their decision, members of the LRB noted that planning decisions have to reflect the policies currently in force. This once again underlined two key points: firstly that although a mansion was demolished on the site 37 years ago, it would be wrong to build another today; and secondly that a planning agreement signed in 1987 is no longer relevant.
Image: Stirling Council Headquarters, Viewforth.
In conjunction with the Electoral Reform Society, Dunblane Community Council is looking to engage with as many woman as possible for this event. It's a chance to hear how some community projects have taken off and to brainstorm ideas for our own local community. Find out more
Sunday 23 April 2017 from 11:00 to 15:30 in the Braeport Centre, Dunblane FK15 0AT
It will be a safe space where everyone's view is important and should be a fun day. There will be teas and coffee available, please bring your lunch or be ready to make a short walk to the town for lunch. We might be lucky to have some home baking though! The event is free to attend but we would welcome donations if you can afford anything to contribute towards the hire of the hall that would be very much appreciated.
Please spread the word and we look forward to seeing you on the day.
The Dunblane Centre has developed an imaginative new outdoors area thanks to funding from a number of local sources. Essential groundworks are almost complete while structures such as allotment beds, an education shack and a willow dome have been installed.
NOTICE IS GIVEN that, under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (as amended), Stirling Council will close the road as an emergency:- B8033 (Southbound Only) From the junction of Sunnyside to the roundabout at Claredon Place from 10-4-17 until 12-4-17 to facilitate carriageway inlay works. Alternative Routes: via B8033, A9, B8033. Emergency service access will be maintained. See the Plan
NB This is an update of the earlier News Item Road Closures in April & May 2017 in Dunblane http://www.dunblane.info/item/1076-road-closures
There are to be seven candidates in Dunblane & Bridge of Allan for the local elections to Stirling Council which are to be held on 4 March 2017. They will be competing for four seats selected by proportional representation.
Here are the road closures planned for Dunblane in April & May 2017 See if you can understand them!
Here are lots of plans
B8033 Perth Road The COUNCIL made The Stirling Council (B8033, Dunblane) (Temporary Closure (Northbound Only) Order 2017 under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (as amended) on 10-3-17. This Order will close the B8033 from Keir Roundabout to the roundabout at Claredon Place from either 7-4-17 until 9-4-17 or 14-4-17 until 16-4-17 to facilitate carriageway inlay works. See the Plan. Emergency service access will be maintained, Alternative Routes: via A9, A820. A COPY of the Order, may be examined at the Stirling Council's Offices, Environment and Place, Endrick House, Kerse Road, Stirling during office hours. www.stirling.gov.uk or www.tellmescotland.gov.uk
B8033 Perth Road The COUNCIL made The Stirling Council (B8033, Dunblane) (Temporary Closure) Order 2017 under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (as amended) on 10-3-17. This Order will close the B8033 from the roundabout at Claredon Place to the junction of Sunnyside from 10-4-17 until 12-4-17 to facilitate carriageway inlay works. Emergency service access will be maintained. See the Plan. Alternative Routes:Northbound traffic – via Claredon Place, A820, A9, B8033. Southbound traffic (accessing Dunblane) – via B8033, A9, A820. Southbound traffic (not accessing Dunblane) – Via B8033, A9 to Keir Roundabout. A COPY of the Order, may be examined at the Stirling Council's Offices, Environment and Place, Endrick House, Kerse Road, Stirling during office hours. www.stirling.gov.uk or www.tellmescotland.gov.uk
The club is delighted that the recent funding application to ClubSport Stirling has been successful. Here club members Ann Boyd, Oscar Wingate, Robert Signer, Colin Boyd, Susan Signer, Ian Wright and John Harrington receive a cheque for £1,500 from Liz Francis (ActiveStirling). The money will be used to buy Optimist dinghies to develop sail training for young people in the local area and will be a valuable addition to the club’s fleet of training boats.
Stirling Council has agreed to hand over ownership of the Braeport Community Centre to the Development Trust.
We have run the centre for over 10 years, ensuring the provision of a welcoming and affordable space for many community activities. Community ownership will allow us to proceed with some important planned improvements using funding sources not
previously open to us.
We have already received £93,000 from the Climate Challenge Fund to upgrade the building’s insulation, including window replacement. What next? Well, we want to offer the facilities that you need. Current ideas include drop-in office space for people working from home and improved services for older people in Dunblane.
What other gaps in community services should
an upgraded centre provide? Give us your views: