Apr 122017
 

The campaign comes in the run-up to the release of the Guy Ritchie film King Arthur: Legend of the Sword in May.

Scenes from Scotland in the movie include the Devil’s Pulpit, near Killearn, and The Bealach at Applecross.

Read it on the BBC News website.

Apr 102017
 

Sir Arnold Clark, the founder of Britain’s biggest independent group of car dealerships, has died at the age of 89.

The billionaire was born in Glasgow, where he set up his first showroom in 1954 after leaving the RAF.

Read it on the BBC News website.

Mar 102017
 

Almost 100 people have joined a facebook group called “Save the Black Bull” in a bid to save the Killearn Hotel building (formerly The Black Bull Hotel).

Plans have been lodged by a developer with Stirling Council to build residential apartments on the site.

Read it on the Milngavie Herald website.

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

Jul 202016
 

Police have issued an appeal after a teenager was reported missing from Killearn.

Courtney Leonard, 16, was last seen at around 7.30pm on Monday when she boarded a bus from the village to Glasgow.

Read it on the Daily Record website.

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