Feb 032015
 

Killearn Country Market… Dates for the diary… Now on a Sunday!

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Jan 162015
 

Killearn Village Hall management committee has firmly denied an accusation this week that local people can no longer afford to rent the hall.

The hall is run and managed by not-for-profit Killearn Community Futures Company (KCFC) after ownership was transferred to them from Stirling Council at the end of 2012.

Read it on the Milngavie Herald website.

Dec 302014
 

Here are various photos taken around Killearn on Tuesday 30th December 2014.

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Dec 172014
 

A teenager, who flipped his car and injured his three passengers just months after passing his driving test, has been jailed for nine months.

Luke Clark admitted driving dangerously when he overturned his Vauxhall Corsa on the A809 road at Killearn in April.

Read it on the BBC News website.

Nov 112014
 

Heartstart Classes being delivered by Trossachs SAR with Defibrillator Training by Scottish Ambulance Service in Killearn Village Hall Club Room.

Classes 7-9pm on Mon 24 and Thu 27 Nov. Text 07796 240 023 with your contact details to book a space on either evening.

If oversubscribed further classes will be delivered.

Twitter : @TrossachsSAR
Website : www.TrossachsSAR.btck.co.uk

Nov 072014
 

Magician Ryan Davidson will perform an exclusive show in Killearn this weekend to raise cash for ex-Celtic player John Hartson’s cancer charity.

The 28-year-old has put together the one-off event called ‘An Evening of Magic and Mind Reading’ especially for the John Hartson Foundation.

It will be held on Saturday, November 8 – and it promises to be an entertaining evening with a few surprises.

Read it on the Milngavie Herald website.

Nov 052014
 

The Three Sisters Bake food company is to open its latest cafe outlet today and create around 15 new jobs.

The company, run by Gillian, Nichola and Linsey Reith, has agreed a five-year lease on a 50-seat venue at Killearn Village Hall in Stirlingshire and invested around £25,000 in fitting the premises out.

Read it on The Herald website.