Stirling Council are holding a drop-in session explaining plans for improving waste and recycling services. Come along to the Community Centre on Friday 8th July between 2pm – 7pm, the drop-in session gives residents the chance to meet waste service staff face to face, ask questions and find out more about what is being planned.
For more details on the new scheme, including a link to frequently asked questions, see http://bit.ly/1sJtGnP
During July and August Pilates class moves from a Thursday morning to Wednesday evening.
Classes start on 6th July in the Community Centre at 7:45pm, please note this is 15 minutes later than advertised in the Bugle
Police Scotland Public Consultation Survey – Your View Counts
The Police Scotland Public Consultation Survey was launched on Thursday, 7th April 2016. In previous years, the survey was paper-based and involved community officers delivering and collating the surveys from members of the local community. This year, the survey has been placed online.
The survey allows local communities to provide feedback to Police Scotland in relation to a variety of topics, including the views of local people and what they believe local policing priorities should be in their communities.
The survey takes about 15 minutes to complete, and everyone is encouraged to participate in it.
Please feel free to circulate this message around friends, family, colleagues, the community and social media.
The survey and further information can be found at www.scotland.police.uk/yourviewcounts .
If you require any further information, please do not hesitate to contact us.
PC Raymond Murphy / PC Steven Graham
Forth & Endrick Ward Officers
Balfron Police Office, Forth Valley Division
Balfron Police Office
Playgroup and Toddlers are holding another of their ever-popular pub quizzes – on the 13th of May at 8pm in the Gargunnock Inn. If you haven’t been to one of our pub quizzes before, why not get a team together and pit your wits against your fellow villagers, it’s always a fun night.