Aug 142014
 

People in two rural communities face a long drive to the bank because their local branches are set to close.

The Royal Bank of Scotland is closing its branches in Drymen and Blanefield on October 21 and 23 respectively.

Read it on the Milngavie Herald website.

Let’s just hope that Bank of Scotland does not follow and closes it’s branch in Killearn.

Nov 182011
 

Three elderly people have been the victims of theft in rural Stirlingshire within the last month.

Community constable Campbell Dunn said the cases happened at homes in Blanefield and Killearn.

Read it on the Stirling Observer website.

Jan 042011
 

Taken from the Scottish Water website.

“G63 – Blanefield, Killearn & surrounding area – last updated 09:20am

Following loss of supply issues, tankering is in place in both Blanefield and Killearn to maintain and restore supplies. Supplies should now be restored for customers in the Blanefield, Killearn areas. Customers in Brandairt Road may have an intermittent supply due to the tankering. We will have a squad on site today to locate and repair bursts. When supplies are fully restored customers may also experience some discolouration to their supply, this discolouration is harmless and will gradually disappear as the system returns to normal.”

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Jan 032011
 

Taken from the Scottish Water website.

G63 – Blanefield, Killearn & surrounding area – last updated 7:05pm

Following loss of supply issues, tankering is in place in both Blanefield and Killearn to restore and maintain supplies. Supplies should now be restored for customers in the Blanefield, Killearn areas. Customers in Brandairt Road may have an intermittent supply as we are tankering in this street via a pump. When supplies are fully restored customers may also experience some discolouration to their supply, this discolouration is harmless and will gradually disappear as the system returns to normal.”

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Jan 022011
 

Taken from the Scottish Water website “G63 – Blanefield, Killearn & surrounding area

We have had reports of loss of water supply, low pressure and discoloured water from the area. Operations and Leakage are out trying to locate a burst which is causing this.  We are arranging takering to help restore supplies for customers in this area.  We would hope to have supplies restored as quickly as possible.”

Posted: 3:15pm.

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