The group meets at the Victoria Halls from 7.30 - 9.30pm on the last Wednesday of the month.
Contact Pat Anderson on 01786 822505.

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The Dunblane Chamber Orchestra was founded by Fiona Shearer and Alistair Warwick in February 2008 and consists of highly-experienced players from around the area (Ashfield, Avonbridge, Balquidder, Braco, Bridge of Allan, Callander, Crieff, Denny, Drymen, Dunblane, Falkirk, Gargunnock, Glasgow, The Hillfoots, Larbert, Lenzie and Stirling). Since then we have had a number of hugely successful concerts, and we now play under the baton of our new Musical Director, Mark Wilson. The Dunblane Chamber Orchestra became a registered charity in 2011.


Support group for those suffering from arthritis. 
The group meets at the Victoria Halls from 1.30 - 3.30pm on the second Monday of the month.   
New members are always welcome. 
Branch details from Dolly Gemmell 01786 822387.


Dunblane Cathedral has handbell ensembles catering for all ages from 8 to adult. The beginning groups develop music reading skills. The groups for advanced handbell musicians perform widely.
They have been broadcast on television and radio on many occasions, and travelled the length and breadth of the country to perform on numerous occasions in venues both large and small. They have also performed in Europe, Canada and the USA.
They have made commercial recordings and have the distinction of having won the only UK-wide competition open to the thousand groups in Britain in recent times.

Practice sessions are held in the Cathedral Halls on Sundays. Children in P5 - P7 from 6.30 - 7.30pm.   Those of High School age 5.30 - 6.30pm  Beginner adults from 6.30 - 7.30pm.   The adult group for experienced musicians rehearses from 7.30 - 9.15pm.

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The Dunblane Bridge Club meets at Dunblane Sports Club at 7pm on Thursdays.
New members welcome - for further information call us.


The Dunblane Whist Club meets every Thursday afternoon from 1.30 - 3.30pm in the Victoria Hall.
Further information available from Pat Anderson 822505

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This organisation provides a team of experienced ringers for the Cathedral tower bells and fosters local interest in the art of change ringing, as well as being a mix of mild exercise, team-work, and mental challenge in learning the "methods". The team meets regularly for practice on  Wednesday evenings from 7.30pm - 9.00pm, and Sunday service ringing from 9.25am - 10.20am, and events outside Dunblane are a regular occurence, mainly organised by the Scottish Association of Change Ringers. Those new to ringing, of any age, can be taught from scratch.


The Local Walking Group meets at Dunblane Cathedral on Wednesdays
at 10.30am for a 30-45minute walk on good, surfaced paths.
Walks are free, no need to register in advance. 
Contact Hilda on 07939 621507 or enquire at the Health Centre, 01786 822595, for more details.


The group meets every Tuesday evening from September to May in St Blane's Church Hall at 7.30pm. 
We are a friendly mixed age group, members of the Scottish Community Drama Association.
Our membership is open to all residents of the Dunblane and Stirling District.

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The Rotary Club of Bridge of Allan & Dunblane was formed in 1973 and has 42 members. Situated in the heart of Scotland, we cover the communities of Bridge of Allan and Dunblane. The Darn Walk runs along the AllanWater which links the two communities, as depicted by our Club Banner. Robert Louis Stevenson was a frequent visitor to the area and the Darn Walk has a cave, said to be the inspiration for Ben Gunn’s cave in Treasure Island.

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