The popular Dunblane Area Green Travel Map has now been updated thanks to funding from the Smarter Choices Smarter Places Open Fund. First published in 2011, the map has helped many people to discover walking & cycling routes and explore our lovely local area. Many other projects use the maps too, e.g. for health walks, cycle training, travel planning. This latest update includes new paths and community suggestions made in the Map Survey.

As well as being online here at, free paper copies are available at schools, Dunblane Library, Braeport Centre,“Weigh Ahead”, Doune PO/Information Centre, Recyke-a-bike and some local bike shops. Enjoy!

Dunblane Green Travel Map

Dunblane City Map

City of Dunblane Indexed Map

Dunblane Library has a new timetable from Monday 16 August

They are more or less back to normal now and no appointment needed to visit.

Late nights will be reintroduced on 1 September.

Dunblane Updated Opening Hours

Another of Dunblane's sporting heroes has made history leading St.Johnstone to victory in the Scottish Cup final and the Scottish League Cup final in his first year as manager of the club. Ex-international football player Callum Davidson was given his first full-time role in management with St Johnstone in June 2020 and the team is going from strength to strength.  

Read more about the historic wins here and here.

Proposals for Retirement Housing at Kippendavie Road have been made by The IGM Dalgleish (1991) Trust.

The online consultation is live from Monday 24 May to Friday 11 June. 

Read the Stirling Observer article

Some background to this proposal (from the pages of Dunblane.Info)

In 2014 there were plans to build 4 low impact houses in Kippendavie Wood (Application Ref :14/00587/FUL). The proposals were made by Bell Ingram and Bobby Halliday Architects on behalf of the IGM Dalgleish (1991) Trust.The application was refused in September 2015.

A new application, again for four houses was submitted in March 2016 (Application Ref 16/00099/FUL). The application was refused in January 2017 Read a Stirling Observer article. 


The next Dunblane Community Council AGM & meeting is to be held on Wednesday 2 June from 7pm until around 8.30pm. 

If you would like to attend the meeting via Zoom, please email DCC's Secretary at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. - he will then send you a link for the meeting.

Agenda for 2021 AGM

Minutes of the 2020 AGM

Rosie's plastic free shop - Weigh Ahead - has moved to Graham Stewart's former shop at 91/95 High Street.

Go to the Dunblane.Info webpage

Go to Rosie's website

Because of current government Covid restrictions our volunteer collectors are unable this year to call on you to uplift your Christian Aid envelope. Instead, we would invite you to donate to the work of Christian Aid using one of these two methods: Use the dedicated online Just Giving page for the Dunblane Christian Aid Group. You can find this at: and search for ‘Dunblane Christian Aid’. Put a donation in your envelope and drop it off at either of these two shops on Dunblane High Street: Charisma, 2 High Street or Meldrums Newsagents, 34 High Street THANK YOU FOR YOUR GENEROSITY Christian Aid Scottish charity number SC039150


Now feeding 1,838,859 children in 19 countries around the world

Please call in and grab yourself a bargain!


Donations welcome.

Please call 01786 825797 to arrange
a suitable drop off


Local people in Glassingall have provided the attached update to their campaign against the proposed Truck Stop + Fuel Station

Read their flyer


Text drafted in December 2020 by Pete Bicheno, Glassingall Resident

Stirling Council's planning committee meeting on the 4th August 2020 approved this controversial plan. After discussing the application and spending much time on the dangers of this stretch of road the four Conservative councillors suddenly did an about turn and approved the planning application.

The meeting was recorded and made available for anyone to watch but has since been removed from the Council's website. Councillor Majury does have the video on his website.

A petition has been lodged in the Court of Session challenging this decision. Interestingly the planning officer recommended turning down the proposal on seven grounds. Most of the documents about this application have been removed from the council website but the planning officer's report (panel report) with a recommendation to reject is available here.

Perth councillors and local residents on both sides of the border are concerned. See the Courier 12 October 2020


This News Item was posted in 2019

Planning Application being considered now by Stirling Council

Major development on A9 Northbound at Firs of Kinbuck on land some 500m South West of Balhaldie Farm, Dunblane

Proposed roadside services comprising Petrol Filling Station (sui generis), Truck Stop, Restaurants and Drive-thru (Class 3/sui generis), Amenity Building (Class 1 & 3 and ancillary uses), Hotel (Class 7), landscaping, access and ancillary works. View Planning Application 19/00243/PPP

Tell the Council what you think asap


This News Item was posted in 2018

The Proposal of Application Notice is for Land at Firs of Kinbuck, A9, 500m South-west of Balhaldie Farm, Dunblane.

The Notice is for the Erection of a Roadside Services Area comprising Petrol Filling Station, a Truck Stop, a Restaurant and Drive-thru’s an Amenity Building and a Hotel and Leisure (whatever all that means!)

You can read the Proposal of Application Notice and look at the location plan

If you want to know more, come along to a Public Exhibition in the Victoria Hall, Dunblane on Tuesday 2nd October 2018 from 3pm to 8pm


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