Latest Killin News
SSEN planning to remove and replace pylons
A total of 7.8 km of overhead line will be removed, including 31 steel lattice towers, between Killin substation and Lix Toll. The removed towers will include the most prominent section above Killin and the Falls of Dochart, as well as those crossing the A827.
Killin featured on Channel 4 News
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.
Normal waste collection schedule to resume
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 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. If you have comments and suggestions, or issues that you would like raised please email communitycouncilkillin@gmail.
Charity Auction 1999
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. Subscribe to the Killin Media Archive channel on YouTube for new releases.
Websters Makeover 2000
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
Stirling Council’s temporary changes to its household waste and recycling arrangements will continue for a further three weeks.
Covid-19 Update from Killin Community Council
Please note that during this Covid-19 pandemic, the usual Killin Community Council public meetings cannot currently take place.
Keeping Scotland’s Water Flowing
Scottish Water has released an update regarding their current working arrangements and other resources they have available. The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is presenting an unprecedented challenge to people across Scotland. It is being met by an extraordinary response from our NHS and right across our communities.
Temporary bin collection timetable
Stirling Council household waste and recycling services are operating on a new temporary timetable due to the current national emergency. Due to the developing COVID-19 situation, Stirling Council is making necessary changes to household waste and recycling arrangements.