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.
Enrolment at Gargunnock Primary School is on Thursday 15th January 2015 between
9am and 11am. If you are unable to attend on that day, please contact the school to arrange an alternative date.
The 2015/2016 school year starts on 18TH August 2015. This is the only date for beginning primary school education for that year.
All children who are five years old on or before 18TH August 2015 are of school age and must start their primary school education on that date.
Children who are five years old between 18th August 2015 and 29th February 2016 may start their primary school education on 18th August 2015 for the above year.
For details of school catchment areas, or for further information on enrolment procedures, please contact Gargunnock Primary School on 01786 860291, go to www.stirling.gov.uk, or contact Education Service, Viewforth, Stirling on 01786 233185.
As part of the enrolment process Stirling Council now checks the residency of all parents wishing to enrol their child at their catchment school. To enrol at Gargunnock Primary School, parents/carers should attend with their child’s birth certificate, child benefit book/award letter, working families’ tax credit award letter and a recent council tax bill.
The Fintry Development Trust (FDT) and Transition Stirling (TS) are proposing to submit a funding application in partnership to the Scottish Government’s Climate Challenge Fund (CCF). Combining the expertise of FDT and TS the project will aim to provide FDT’s bespoke energy advice service to homes and communities across the Stirling Council area in addition to TS mobile upcycling and repurposing wood workshops. The project will last for one year in the first instance. To facilitate the application FDT and TS would be grateful for your opinions.
The survey can be completed here
Expect some disruptions this weekend as a result of Stirling’s Big Weekend.
The A811 will be closed from the Kirk Lane into town all of Saturday June 28th. Traffic will be heavy on the Kirk Lane as a result! Stirling’s Big Night Out on Saturday 28th also includes a firework display over the Wallace Monument at around 10:45pm.
The weather looks fine for the weekend so hopefully all events will be well attended and successful.
Another gala day over, we would like to thank everyone for coming along to help support the day. Also a huge thank you to those who helped the day go ahead.
Debbie for another amazing tea room. Jon, Chris, Colin and Kevin for the fab BBQ – they all looked ‘cooked’ by the end if it! The amazing bar staff! Claire and her helpers selling raffle tickets – and so many others for helping with the setup on Friday night putting up gazebos and stalls. It’s what makes for a fabulous day, everyone just mucking in!
Maitland did a grand job, especially as he’s been suffering from a sore throat for the last month ! Oh and the band for another great set – you play for 4hrs and we still want more!
We hope everyone enjoyed themselves, as we certainly did
A811 from its junction with Kirk Lane to its junction with King’s Knot Roundabout will be closed from 0900 hours until 2100 hours on 28-6-14.
Alternative route suggestions can be found on this map and more information available from Stirling Council