Keeping Scotland’s Water Flowing https://t.co/XVmhZx7qgQ
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Temporary bin collection timetable https://t.co/jouRSrpLle
@KillinInfo 3 days ago
Free exercise activities for the older and less mobile https://t.co/5ZtMAuwkVM
@KillinInfo 3 days ago
COVID-19 community support line launched https://t.co/gzBcMlLtwf
@KillinInfo 7 days ago
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Keeping Scotland’s Water Flowing

Keeping Scotland’s Water Flowing

Wed 8 Apr 2020
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.
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Temporary bin collection timetable

Temporary bin collection timetable

Mon 6 Apr 2020
Stirling Council household waste and recycling services are operating on a new temporary timetable due to the current national emergency.
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Free exercise activities for the older and less mobile

Free exercise activities for the older and less mobile

Mon 6 Apr 2020
Later Life Training, a not for profit training company based in Killin, is running free live Facebook movement activities for those who are less mobile or older.
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Update from SSE Networks

Update from SSE Networks

Thu 2 Apr 2020
Scottish & Southern Electricity Networks have provided an update on their operations and activities The Covid-19 outbreak and the necessary social measures introduced by the Government are unprece …
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COVID-19 community support line launched

COVID-19 community support line launched

Thu 2 Apr 2020
The response from Stirling’s people during the Covid-19 situation has been amazing, with over 200 individuals, groups, third sector organisations or organisations coming forward to offer support to …
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The outfit length looks about 1910 ...

Well... if it takes me out and doesn't try anything funny....

Timeline PhotosEach Sunday let us as a people of faith, light a candle and place it in our window at 7pm.

Let us join in prayerful solidarity with this witness, using a candle as a visible symbol of the light of life, Jesus Christ, the source of hope in this life.

The following prayer can be used when lighting the candle:

For all that is good in life, thank you,
For the love of family and friends, thank you,
For the kindness of good neighbour and Samaritan stranger, thank you.

May those who are vulnerable, hungry or homeless, experience support,
May those who are sick, know healing,
May those who are anxious or bereaved, sense comfort.

Bless and guide political leaders and decision-makers, with wisdom,
Bless and guide health workers and key workers, with strength and well-being,
Bless and guide each one of us, as we adapt to a new way of living.

And may the light shining from our windows,
across road and street, glen and ben, kyle and isle,
be reflected in our hearts and hands and hopes.

Through Jesus Christ our Lord, Amen.
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Update= Sorry this walk has been cancelled.

First walk of the new year 15/1 river dochart/ old railway line. Meeting Capercaillie @ 10.20.
Come along join in, new year, new decade, new fitter you!
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My old dads birth place 👍

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Somewhere for any time😁

Craig Stoddard somewhere for new years

Missing dog - Loch Tay near Killin**** REUNITED **** :)
MISSING DOG - PLEASE SHARE
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Missing dog - Loch Tay near Killin

It’s nearly that time of the year again, our annual Christmas Jingle & Mingle Night, this time with karaoke🎤 ✨
Save the date as we hope to see you all there!❤️
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Anniversary Concert
Sat 16th of Nov
McLaren Hall Killin
7.30pm (Door open 7pm)

We hope you can join the Killin Community Choir with the Killin Primary School and guest artists.

Tickets available from Sally Connor and Anne Rose

Adult £10/ Concession £8/Child under 16 £5/ family ticket £20

This event has been made possible by the National Lottery "Awards for All"
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Killin Music Festival 2020 early bird tickets have SOOOOOLD OUT!

The next batch of discounted tickets will be released on 29 Nov at 6.00pm.

Sign up to our newsletter to get early access -
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Many Feet Make Heavy Work

Many Feet Make Heavy Work

Sat 16 May 2015
Paul Thompson, Ranger at Ben Lawers National Nature Reserve writes about how erosion affects NNR properties. As the days lengthen the first purple saxifrage appears on the hill and the melting snow reveals, among other things, the extent of winter’s damage to our mountain footpaths.
Accessible and Sustainable

Accessible and Sustainable

Mon 9 Feb 2015
Paul Thompson, Ranger at Ben Lawers National Nature Reserve writes about the history surrounding the NNR. The NTS cares for over 75000ha of countryside, large proportions of which lie in national parks, nature reserves and scenic areas.
Glen Ogle 33 2014

Glen Ogle 33 2014

Sun 2 Nov 2014
I am one of the Race Directors for the Glen Ogle 33 Ultra Marathon which takes place each year in this area. Along with my friend Bill (hence BaM racing) we first organised the race in 2011 and it’s been growing in popularity each year.

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