Author: gsvalentine

So you actually want to know something about me? Why? Are you bored? Oh well. Just to satisfy your idle curiosity and my manic egotism I’ll tell you something about me!!! I am a 32-year-old guy, who lives in Stamford, in the East Midlands, England. I was born in Chorley, Lancashire, England, on the 29th September 1979. Most people don’t believe me that I was born in England due to my strong Scottish accent. My star sign is Libra. I am 5’9” tall, 30″ waist, with blonde hair, which is sometimes short, sometimes long. I have light brown eyes. Which most people think are very sexy. I just don’t see it, myself.

Clap For Our Carers again tonight at 8pm

Clap For Our CarersTonight will see Killearn and the rest of the UK come together once again as part of the Clap For Our Carers campaign, recognising the efforts of the NHS workers fighting the coronavirus pandemic every day.

Clap For Our Carers is now taking place on a weekly basis. So let’s all join in make it even bigger than last week!

Notice from Killearn Co-Op : 23-Mar-2020

Notice from Peter at the Co-op at Killearn – Posted on Killearn For All

“There are 2 messages, please. can everyone pass on…👍

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The 8 am – 9 am slot has been marked for elderly / carers / key workers – Please respect that slot and allow those most in need to have space to shop.
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When the delivery lorries come – he is looking to close the shop to give staff the time to offload from lorry and stock shelves with fresh meat / produce – deliveries come at random times – so closures could be at short notice – please be patient”

Notice from Killearn Garage : 23-Mar-2020

Notice from Killearn Garage – Posted on Killearn For All

“WITH THE SITUATION ESCALATING CAN WE PLEASE ASK THE FOLLOWING:

Do not enter the office
Post keys through the office letterbox
If you wish to communicate about your vehicle please telephone
We would prefer payments via telephone by card
If you are paying at garage we ask you to wear disposable (latex) gloves which we will provide

We are responsible for many NHS workers cars and will try to stay open given parts being available and our ability to stick to NHS guidelines.
Crazy times,all the best to you all

Iain, Simon and Paul”

Need to keep updated?

Need to keep updated, with everything that is going on in and around Killearn. Please follow these on Facebook…

If we have missed any, please do let us know!

Killearn Pharmacy, temporary opening times : 19-Mar-2020

Due to unforeseen circumstances the Killearn Pharmacy is only opening between:

12.00pm – 2.00pm
5.00pm – 6.00pm

Please be assured that this is a TEMPORARY change and they, hope to resume normal opening hours within the next day or so.

Please follow them at www.facebook.com/KillearnPharmacy/ to keep up-to-date.

Fancy a chat?

If you or someone you know could benefit from some company, advice or support – Please get in touch with one of the many organisations who can help.

We have a new look! What do you think?

We have a new look! What do you think? Please do comment below and let us know! 🙂

Festive Pub Quiz on Sunday 29th December 2019

Festive Pub Quiz in The Old Mill, Killearn on Sunday 29th December 2019. Come on down… 🍺🍹🍾🍷 Looking to kick off around 6.30pm (ish)

Killearn Community Fireworks Display 2019

The organisers of this year’s KCFC Annual Family Charity Fireworks and Bonfire extravaganza look forward to welcoming you to the village on Saturday 2nd November 2019. The gates to the field behind the village hall will open at 7:00pm and the event will start promptly at 7:30pm. Entry is by donation and the entire event is funded by donations on the evening so please dig deep and give generously. We’re proudly supported by the local businesses who advertise in our program which is distributed to 1,000’s of local homes. If you are travelling by car to the village, please allow plenty time to get into Killearn and find a parking place.

More information can be found over at www.facebook.com/KillearnFireworks/

Outlander beauty spot set for £2million development as visitor numbers soar

A plan to transform a Stirling area beauty spot – which has become a magnet for fans of the hit TV series Outlander – was unveiled yesterday (Thursday).

Detailed proposals have been submitted to Stirling Council for a 150-space car park plus visitor centre and restaurant, and a network of paths, bridges and viewing platforms at the Devil’s Pulpit, in Finnich Glen, near Killearn

Read it on the Daily Record website.

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