Latest Killin News
£10k toilet study foiled by council EcoCar charger?
An unexpected twist for the planning of Killin public toilets saw a recharging point for electric cars ‘plonked’ in the very spot recommended by the £10,000.00 feasibility study.
Community Council notes July 2014
Notes from the meeting of Killin Community Council on 8th July 2014. David Hopper was in attendance to discuss fly tipping in the Station Road Car Park and the opening arrangements of the Callander Recycling Centre. David noted that he had visited the car park and had found it to be very tidy.
Skerryvore in the McLaren Hall
On Friday 17th June, the award winning, trad-rock band Skerryvore will play the McLaren Hall – a first visit to the village for the band. Skerryvore were recently described in the Falkirk Herald as “Six of the best musical ambassadors Scotland could ever have wished for… a living, breathing, twelve legged party waiting to happen.
Dog fouling targeted
Dog mess has long been an unwelcome daily issue to be dealt with in most people’s lives, whether they are dog lovers or not. For one reason or another, some dog owners fail to clean up after their dog and choose to leave the mess behind most notably in public areas where adults and children walk.
Community Council notes May 2014
Notes from the meeting of Killin Community Council on 13th May 2014. Killin Community Council (CC) will continue to meet every two months rather than a suggested six weeks, with extra meetings in between as and when necessary.
Community Council notes March 2014
Held on Tuesday 11th March 2014 in Killin Primary School Present: Fiona Kennedy, Tim Frost, Stewart Inglis, Cheryl Campbell, Pamela Farquharson, Ron Allner, Charles Grant, Charles Kemp, Fran Chisholm, Yvonne Gillies, Louise Campbell In Attendance: Suzanne Player, Stirling Council Rural Development Worker (Minutes) Councillor Alycia Hayes Owen McKee, LLT National Park Authority Board PC Andy Fleming Police Scotland and 3 members […]
Ardeonaig Hotel closed once again?
Over the past decade or so, the Ardeonaig Hotel on the South banks of Loch Tay has ridden some fantastic waves of good fortune as well as arguably grinding along the seabed at times.
Davidsons Chemist opening nears
A hive of activity has taken over the former sedate ‘Pride of Place’ shop in the Main Street of Killin as the Davidsons Chemist opening nears. They continue to renovate the property ahead of their planned April 2014 opening date. Permission was granted to allow Davidson to open a pharmacy in Killin despite a strong local rejection.
Surgery dispensary closure FAQ
How do I order my repeat prescriptions after February 28th? This will not change. You can still order by telephone or by handing in the re-order section of the repeat prescription. All repeat prescriptions are processed within 48 hours.
Public Toilet Survey
Stirling Council have indicated that they will close the public toilet facilities in Killin which will affect the community. The Killin and Ardeonaig Trust want to find a way to build and provide a public toilet facility that is affordable to run.