Mar 082017
 

FUTURE OF THE KILLEARN HOTEL PUBLIC MEETING
THURSDAY 9th MARCH 7.30pm

If you are interested at all in the future of the Killearn Hotel building, please come along to a public meeting tomorrow evening at 7.30pm in the Village Hall Garden Room. The meeting has been arranged at short notice following almost one hundred members of the community joining a Facebook Group “Save the Black Bull” which was created less than a week ago.

A full planning application to develop residential apartments on the site has been lodged with Stirling Council by a developer. Tomorrow’s meeting may be the last chance for members of the community to have a say in the future of the building. Whatever your views, they are most welcome.

Nov 042016
 

Killearn annual fireworks event:
Please note that it is on Friday 4th November this year.
Gates open at 7.00pm
Display starts at 7.30pm

Also there will be no procession this year from the CO-OP to the Village Hall!

Killearn Annual Fireworks Extravaganza 2016

May 122015
 

Killearn Tennis Club is taking part in the Great British Tennis Weekend this Saturday, May 16 from 2-5pm.

Shirley Bell from the club said: “This event is open to members and non-members and includes coaching, tournaments, speed gun (measuring serve speed) and ball machine practice.”

Read it on the Milngavie Herald 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.

Sep 032014
 

tree_id_walkKillearn Glen is a delightful spot on the edge of the village that has been in existence as a wood for many years, with a varied mix of native & non-native trees for us to identify. Our guide for the afternoon is Paul of Green Aspirations Scotland, and he will talk us through the woods’ history (it dates back to the earliest maps), the relationship between natural and designed landscape, whilst highlighting uses of the different tree species. There is no charge, but please use the booking form (here) to confirm your place.

Meet at 2pm (Tuesday 9th September 2014) at the entrance to Killearn Glen on Beech Drive. Street parking available, or use car parking in the centre of village.

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