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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Normal waste collection schedule to resume

Thu 21 May 2020
Normal waste and Recycling collections will restart on 1 June 2020. Collections will be made in line with the latest calendar. There will be a grey bin collection week commencing 25 May on the regular collection day.
Killin Community Council Meeting Agenda – Mon 25 May 2020

Killin Community Council Meeting Agenda – Mon 25 May 2020

Mon 11 May 2020
Killin Community Council will be holding a video meeting on Zoom, at 7pm on Monday 25th May to which all members of the community are invited to contribute in advance.
Charity Auction 1999

Charity Auction 1999

Sun 10 May 2020
A charity auction held in the Salmon Lie, Clachaig Hotel, Killin in November 1999, run by Morag McNee and auctioneer David Osler, in aid of RHSC Leukaemia & Cancer Research Fund.
Websters Makeover 2000

Websters Makeover 2000

Sun 10 May 2020
In 1999 Websters entered a competition and eventually won a makeover, including new uniforms and a visit from a stylist, which took place on 4 February 2000.
Temporary waste arrangements to continue for another 3 weeks

Temporary waste arrangements to continue for another 3 weeks

Wed 29 Apr 2020
Stirling Council’s temporary changes to its household waste and recycling arrangements will continue for a further three weeks.
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Glenoglehead 1947 Children pose for a photograph on the tracks! Names ?????

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Glenoglehead 1947   Children pose for a photograph on the tracks!      Names ?????                    

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Aww the railway children .

Ardclach & Rahoy

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Ardclach & Rahoy

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Craignavie Road, Dalchenna & Cromalt................ Photograph thanks to Alastair MacKenzie ... See MoreSee Less

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Craignavie Road,  Dalchenna & Cromalt................   Photograph thanks to Alastair MacKenzie

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Hi Iain wow amazing, what year was this taken? We now live on the Dalchenna garden! And no trees!! Thanks

Susan Fraser

Wow at last an old one of Cromallt ❤️❤️

Amazing, used spend many a summer at my Grans house (Isobel Robertson) at Cromallt but never seen it without tree’s!! Beautiful..

Margaret Fyfe - mum any idea when this was taken, trees were always there when I was a boy?

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Taymouth Castle hasn't had an easy time of it. The history since 1982 is one of millions of Pounds put in, firms going bust, hope and disappointment. Looking at it now, from the outside, it does seem forlorn and hopeless. The inside, however, has been worked on for a long time, with no expense spared. That work has not been completed after yet another company failure, but I was lucky to have a chance to look around during a tour in 2015. The tour took in the seven main rooms, the library (the absolute highlight) and also the hotel-to-be areas like the bar and some of the rooms (at that point meant for time share sales).

The recent history can be found here:
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taymouth_Castle#Restoration_plans_(1982_%E2%80%93_date)

The ceilings throughout are stunning - it's to be hoped that some five years of inactivity hasn't seen the work on those ruined by leakages... The library also featured a small alcove for Queen Victoria to hide in - and eavesdrop - while keeping a watchful eye over the estate.

Who'll take it on next? Just pour in millions and the rest should be straightforward!
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I love the inside of the castle. Thank you for give us a look 👍🏻

Lovely to see this. I worked there in the mid 60s

I just love this castle and have been desperate to see inside it, brilliant pictures xxx

Thank you Wouter van Doorn. Always look at it 'lovingly' as I drive past on the main road

Wow! Amazing

It is now owned by 3 American billionaires as there home

I always wanted a look inside - thanks for sharing! j

Beautiful pics. Thanks for sharing them. My great-grandfather, Tom Bickerton was clerk of works for the Marquis in the mid 1800s. I’ve always wanted to see inside. Thanks for making it possible.

Article in the Courier on Tuesday

Advertisement in a newspaper in 1933

Wow! It’s stunning.

I've looked at it from afar, since I was a child. It has a very impressive exterior. These pictures of the inside demonstrate well what a hidden gem it is, to be cherished.

I was able to visit inside and just loved the whole experience.... Such splendour in a time when normal folks were in black houses... The reality of history.

Phenomenal 🤗

It’s stunning. Surely it can be made functional ... Andy Murray?

Amazing!

Beautiful wedding venue

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McNicol, Ardchyle Farm, Think this is Jimmy Stewart's Grandfather Photograph thanks to Alastair MacKenzie ... See MoreSee Less

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McNicol, Ardchyle Farm, Think this is Jimmy Stewarts Grandfather       Photograph thanks to Alastair MacKenzieImage attachment

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Clachan Restaurant when we owned it

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Did you own it before or after lois domnersnes?

Loads of good times with you and Andy.great memories mate

Awwhh I remember your sister....I remember we were up at auchmore & she fell off the tree swing & broke her arm & we walked into the village !! 😬🤢😱

Aye good times Nick👍🍺

I used to have a summer job when Lois had it, doing rooms and waiting on tables. Happy times.

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Donald MacKenzie, Douglas Willison & George Lindsay.... "Dram Time"

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Donald MacKenzie, Douglas Willison & George Lindsay.... Dram Time

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Greeat photo

This is at Liangarstan- Donny used to work for Dad as did Young Donnie MacKenzie who lived in the both at Liangarstan and must have been at a dipping or clipping as Doug was always Dad's "right hand man" and George was always there too. Usually there would be more there ie Duncan MacDonald Snr Leskine, Donald Campbell Ledcharrie, Gibby Christie Auchlyne, Johnny Willison Acharn to name a few and always ended up as a party !! Looks like pre "homebrew days"!!! Have a photo somewhere of them all lying on the garden in the sun late afternoon. How they got home on their tractors I dont know!!

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Beautiful to look at...but a wee bit chilly!!

Lovely photos

Absolutely beautiful ❤️

Beautiful photos!

Stunning!

Beautiful pics .

Stunning!👌❤️👌

Cracking pics gordon

Stunning photos

How beautiful.

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Big Bill   William Stitt

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Lovely man

A true gentleman and brother

Lovely man...Billy Stitt 😘

Awe uncle Bill, he was at our wedding xx

He was my mentor after hamish Macgregor passed.... We had so many discussions in the cabin office in his garden 😊... I cannot express my thanks to Mr stitt... May God be good to him 🙏

Grandpa stitt Great guy miss himx

A great man, I still remember now the words of wisdom he gave me, took his advise and “didn’t let the grass grow”.

Such a wonderful man!

Lovely man.great times working for him.

He was a loverly man loved him xxx

Such a lovely man 💕

Lovely man!!!

What lovely comments thank you. He truly was a lovely unique man with a real twinkle in his eye. A great friend to many. We miss Grandpa Stitt💕

Yip true genuine person

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On Fingal Road with the Inglis Family.....

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On Fingal Road with the Inglis Family.....          

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Without all the new homes in the back ground

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Not killin but close and a great photo!

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Clachan Restaurant and Caravan park, 1980 by the look of the cars

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Can't seem to place this at all! In present-day terms, what are we looking at, please?

We still owned and lived there at that time.

Caravan side still there to right side of the picture and Highland Lodges on the left.

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