Normal waste collection schedule to resume https://t.co/W8bmktapn7
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Killin Community Council Meeting Agenda – Mon 25 May 2020 https://t.co/kG7htRG8g2
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Waste arrangements to continue for another 3 weeks https://t.co/DEv1HbVHUb
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Glen Ogle traffic lights update

Thu 28 Jan 2021
BEAR have agreed and appointed a contractor to do the work to stabilise the hillside at the location. They are finalising details of that and the timescale needed. Around 4 weeks of works are expected.
Killin Community Council vacancy

Killin Community Council vacancy

Sun 24 Jan 2021
Killin Community Council has a vacancy for an additional member. If you are interested in getting involved as a member of the Community Council, then please email: communitycouncilkillin@gmail.
Discretionary Business Support Fund launched

Discretionary Business Support Fund launched

Sat 23 Jan 2021
A new Discretionary Business Support Fund being administered by Stirling Council has opened for applications. Applications close at 5pm on February 10th 2021.
SSEN planning to remove and replace pylons

SSEN planning to remove and replace pylons

Tue 7 Jul 2020
A total of 7.8 km of overhead line will be removed, including 31 steel lattice towers, between Killin substation and Lix Toll.
Killin featured on Channel 4 News

Killin featured on Channel 4 News

Mon 6 Jul 2020
Channel 4 News Scotland Correspondent Ciaran Jenkins reported from Killin regarding the relaxation of lockdown rules and the effects that restrictions have had on local businesses.
Charity Auction 1999
Sun 10 May 2020
Websters Makeover 2000
Sun 10 May 2020
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Main St . Walkers cottage Tin roof . Knit wear shop ... See MoreSee Less

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Main St . Walkers cottage  Tin roof . Knit wear shop

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Ali Jenkinson I remember your Dad saying when he knocked thru into the shop there was a massive boulder as part of the wall 😉

Great photo Ali...

That would be Wallaces shop

I think it was a tweed shop

Lovely old photo

I remember Janet Josies sweetie shop very well many moons ago!!

Great picture, no wonder there is cones over these grills on the road, real hazard !

Between sweetly shop and Bill Walkers home was the register office Bill being the registrar Claverhouse burned it down on his way to join the Jacobites and some years later General Monk set fire to it on his way past to “pacify” the highlands. A box lock pistol was uncovered in the garden a few years ago and either at Barnacarrie or the Grey St Walker cottage two basket hilted swords were found in 1928 when the thatch was removed . They were badly corroded but one of them was made into a Dirk.

I remember those days!

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**W.R.I.** Left to Right: ?????????, ???????? Mrs Ella Lamond , Mrs Watson, Mrs Campbell ?, Mrs Robertson, ?????????, ???????? Mrs Kennedy....................One of a number of photographs from James Lamonts daughter. ... See MoreSee Less

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**W.R.I.**  Left to Right:  ?????????, ???????? Mrs Ella Lamond , Mrs Watson, Mrs Campbell ?, Mrs Robertson, ?????????, ???????? Mrs Kennedy....................One of a number of photographs from James Lamonts daughter.

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I think possibly Violet Cameron behind Mrs Robertson ? Cameron Walker ?

Just lovely to see Mrs Robertson. A truly great neighbour.

Mrs Campbell, bankers wife and Mrs Kennedy.

Paddy yes 4th from right and Violet Cameron third

I think that’s too old for Paddy at that time

It would be lovely if some of these beautiful works of art have been donated to SWI HQ who hold an enormous amount of handcrafts which have been donated by previous members.

A bit more information from my aunt Elizabeth Lamond. ? Mrs Lamond, Fassiefern, ? Mrs Watson, Fernbank, Mrs Campbell, Bank of Scotland Main Street, Mrs Robertson, Lyon Cottage Mrs Cunningham, Schoolhouse,? Mrs Kennedy, Riverview. Lady between granny & Mrs Watson worked for Mrs Stroyan at Borland think she was called Bella and her friend who worked there too beside Mrs Kennedy.

Lady first on right may be Mrs Brodie who was wife of chauffeur at Boreland

Like, but I don’t think it is Violet

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Clachaig Hotel ... See MoreSee Less

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Clachaig Hotel

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Wonder when that was?

Thats where I spent all my wages!

Fergusson the shoemaker lived in the small house at this end. Chrissie

my first workplace. Waitressing. Half the time when I brought the food out, the customers had disappeared, to the rocks.

My mum was the cook there in the early 60s and I also help look after the twin babies

Last house on left , in my day, had a Capt McNab living in it who I think claimed kinship as the rightful chief of the clan, any one know more?

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So here's a quiz for you historians. I found this high stool in the shed. Turned it over and found these names and initials . Treated for wood worm, cleaned and waxed now and in the warm, you will be glad to know . I think it may have been a stool from the saddlers shop Alexander Cameron's on the Main st . Apprentice names perhaps? Anyone you know ? What I have gleaned are

Peter Walker . One of our family, 25th May 1903 to 18th June 1912. Went to war and didn't come home again

W.C. Rew

DR

KG

TC

Wm Saddler

James McNeil

T Stewart 1912- 1915

J Campbell

J.C. A

JL 1986?????

PW

JM

John Campbell

JS

M. MNeil ( I guess McNeil)

W SN

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TE Watt isn’t a relative of mine because Dads family were from Aberdeen

Perhaps, my father is W G Rew! Though I have no idea about this stool. It may be before my dad’s time. Anyone else know?

Interesting though!

Only definite Peter Walker killed in action 1918 in 38th company Machine gun corps . Youngest of the seven Walker boys , see war memorial

Then our very own Killin Inspector of the Poor. His income tax for the year 1882 to 1883 was £1. 2.6. Cameron Walker ? What was his name . Looks like an I or a J.
Anyone feeling poor enough for us to pop round and inspect you ?
The envelope is dated 1851 posted in Crieff . The stamp is really a stamp
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Then our very own Killin Inspector of the Poor.  His income tax for the year 1882 to 1883 was £1. 2.6. Cameron Walker ? What was his name . Looks like an I or a J. 
Anyone feeling poor enough for us to pop round and inspect you ? 
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Some great finds Ali..

Wow! Love all this finds! So interesting.

I would be so good to have an exhibition of all these bits of Killin history.

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Brilliant photos Shirley....x

Fun times by the looks of things. 👏👏

Great photos.x

Brilliant photos , fun times.

Great to see....

Great photos!

Great photos

Great memories, x

I remember you all gathering in front of Fraser the Plumbers. I couldn’t wait to get to driving age to hang out there!

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August 2005Image attachmentImage attachment

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Oh my goodness, that's a tall sunflower!! And a lovely picture of Ian

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The Old Mill??

Not sure why everyone seems to be showing their legs! Great leg John!

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Old Mill Disco??

Correct Caroline, we had a wild night up there, I am sure we were up on the tables and down on the floors!🤣

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Debi Mcallister ... is it ??? 🤣🥰🤣🥰🤣

Braw leg there Shirley...😂

I think the girl in green is Morag?

Shirley settle this debate is that you or Morag.. in this photo..?🤣😂

I think it’s morag

It is definitely not me, legs too good it is Mrs McAllister 😉

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A postcard sent in 1954 ... See MoreSee Less

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A postcard sent in 1954

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I'm sure I must be wrong, but it looks just like a church, slightly to the left of the centre of the picture. Can anyone shed light?

gable end of Myrtle Grove with chimneys on top??

Read in library we had this in front of Killin Hotel with a rail round it now only grass because that kept it painted no longer here.where Hotel is was a older smaller Church

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