The Gargoyles of Gargunnock at Traquair House This Weekend
Traquair House has its annual 2 day medieval Festival this weekend and we are performing there on both days, being wandering minstrels, between singing in the House and in the Chapel. The festival ale in the beer tent, which they only brew for this festival each year and is very tasty, and goes nicely with the hog roast!
The Songsters Spring Show will take place on Saturday 16th May 2015 at 7.30pm in the Gargunnock Community Centre. Prices are £7 for adults and £3 for children. Price includes a glass of wine and nibbles at the interval.
Wednesday May 6th 2015 in the Community Centre
All proceeds to the DEC Nepal Appeal
Bite & Blether do Easter
in aid of PARKINSONS Research
Gargunnock Community Centre 1st April.
11.00 – 15.15 hours
Come for soup, tea, coffee, the usual home bakes and Easter Fare
Change attitudes and find a cure for Parkinson’s.
Gala AGM at 8pm in the Pub. All Welcome.
Sadly, Gargunnock’s first lady minister, the Rev Catherine Hepburn, here from 1982 to 2000, passed away peacefully after a long battle with cancer at her home in Fettercairn on Saturday 7th March. The news was announced at the end of a Family Service here on 8th March. The funeral will be held at Fettercairn on Friday 13th March at 1.15pm .
McNeill Crescent is being resurfaced and the council has indicated that it will be closed along the entire length between 0800 and 1800 for the duration of the works schedule.
The stretch of Road from Manse Brae to the A811 (see map) will be closed for resurfacing from 1st to 6th March between hours of 0800 to 1800.