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Tennis on the Road will be visiting Dunblane Sports Club on Tuesday 30th May from 4 - 5 pm. If you are interested in attending with your child (5-9 years old), please e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 02082 336410. It's completely free but spaces are limited. This session is targeted mostly at beginners and parents attend along with their children.

More info about the event is on the flyer here : http://dunblanesportsclub.co.uk/documents/Dunblane%20P&C%20Poster.pdf

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Wednesday 24 May 2017

Wednesday 10 May 2017

Stirling Council has commissioned Amey to develop plans for the area around the Cathedral up to the Braeport Centre.  These proposals were presented to the community on 29 April 2017. The presentation has now been posted on the Stirling Council website along with an on-line form to get feedback from the community:

The Stirling Council questionnaire/feedback form closes on Monday 21 May 2017.

 

The Community Council would like to hear your views on the 20mph members bill in the Scottish Parliament, submitted by Mark Ruskell (Green Party). The full consultation document can be downloaded from the Scottish Parliament Website here.  

The bill proposes reducing the default speed limit on restricted roads from 30mph to 20mph, whilst giving local councils the power to retain specific streets as 30mph zones where suitable, e.g. as designated through routes. Whilst many communities have already benefited from being reclassified as 20mph zones, the approach in Scotland to date has been piecemeal, resulting in some local councils having no permanent 20mph zones in place at all.

Please email your views to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

 

Ward 3 - Dunblane and Bridge of Allan - 4 seats

There were seven candidates in Dunblane & Bridge of Allan for the local elections to Stirling Council held on 4 May 2017. They competed for four seats selected by proportional representation. The four elected to serve as Councillors are Alastair Majury, Douglas Dodds, Graham Houston and Alasdair Tollemache. May they serve us well.

Party

 

Candidate

 

 1st pref votes

 

Stage elected

 

Conservative  Alastair Majury  1543 1
Conservative Douglas Dodds 1502 1
Scottish Green Alasdair Tollemache 706 7
SNP Graham Houston 1203 5
Labour Mike Robbins 824
Liberal Democrats Stuart Auld 476
SNP Rosemary Hunter 723

Turnout 61.8%

 

Read what the candidates wrote for the Stirling Observer in advance of elections

Here is a list of the 7 candidates that stood for election

 

Dementia Friendly Dunblane

 

Carers and people living with dementia are invited to afternoon tea at the Dunblane Centre (next to M&S) on  Monday 8th May from 2.00 to 4.00pm


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Elaine Hopley, 45, from Dunblane in Scotland, arrived in Antigua on Sunday having spent nearly two months at sea competing in the 2,000 mile Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge. Her time of 59 days, 19 hours and 14 minutes makes her the fastest woman to cross the Atlantic solo in the 30-year history of the race, dubbed the world’s toughest row.

Read more at: http://www.scotsman.com/news/scottish-rower-makes-history-with-solo-atlantic-crossing-1-4364595

Dunblane Sports Club has active tennis and squash sections, with club nights, competitions, coaching and numerous teams in the local leagues. We also have facilities for table tennis and a bookable function room.
 
The Club are considering options for expansion and are interested to find out what might attract people from Dunblane and the surrounding area to join. It is primarily aimed at people who are not currently members.
The survey is very short and we would really appreciate your feedback.
You can access the survey here : Sports Club Survey

Dunblane has lots of 'Listed Buildings'

Listed buildings in Dunblane

Listed buildings in Dunblane & Lecropt

Dunblane, Kinbuck & Doune have a number of buildings which are considered by the Registers of Scotland to be 'Buildings At Risk'.

Dunblane Buildings 'At Risk'

Kinbuck Buildings 'At Risk'

Doune Buildings 'At Risk'

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