The 2nd Charity Tea Party in aid of Gala Day fundraising will be held in The Foresters Pub on Saturday 3rd May from 12:30pm to 3pm.
FUN COFFEE - HOMEBAKING - RAFFLES - MAY BONNET COMPETITION
£3 for adults.
£1.50 for primary school kids
£1 for under 5
Prize for best decorated May day bonnet
Support and Home Baking is requested for this event and if you can help please email Margaret Strang.
The generosity of the people of the Cambusbarron CC area was again displayed during the annual Santa Sleigh collection organised by the Carse of Stirling Rotary Club in aid of local children’s charities.
A record sum, £797.58, was gathered round the village itself on December 17. A highlight that night was the large turn-out of excited children in the Bobbin Wynd area.
On the previous Thursday, Santa’s Sleigh toured the CC area on the other side of the motorway – Coneypark, St Thomas Well, Parkdyke, Grampian Road, Kenningknowes Road etc – and the sum of £769.56 was amassed.
A Family Ceilidh will be held in the Community Centre on January 3rd at 19:30hrs till 23:30hrs, approx.
Tickets cost £8/4, bring your own supper and alcohol Band is Cragendarroch
This year the proceeds will be shared between Niall Finlayson, a Cambusbarron lad who is representing GB in special athletics in Belgium. Niall trains with the Forth Valley Disability Athletics group.
The Dawn Fraser School of Dance train in Cambusbarron and are in high demand for prestigious demonstrations as they are currently the winners of all five categories in the Choreography competitions of the Highland and Islands Music and Dance Festival, considered to be the most significant. Half the proceeds will go to their costume fund
All welcome but as this Ceilidh is always a sell out, please get/book your tickets ASAP from Margaret Strang by e-mail or phone/text: 07771868688
Also, raffle prizes will be gratefully received
The playgroup is hosting a Lighthouse Studio photo session on Tuesday 5th November between 2pm-5.30pm. The fundraising event is open to everyone. To find out what times are available, please see the timetable on the playgroup door.
Blues, jazz, adult jazz classes at all levels are held in the community centre on Wednesdays from 8pm-9pm. More information at blues firstname.lastname@example.org or call Susie on 07545 019936
The annual presentation of prizes is to be held on Friday 15th November at 6.30pm for 7pm. Tickets are available at the bar and are to be paid for in advance.
On Saturday 7th September the club is holding a 70s disco night with big cash bingo. Fancy dress is optional and the event starts at 8pm.
There are still a few tickets left for the Bright Bricks Lego Event on Saturday 7th September. More details at the library or call 01786 473873.
Love Your Library
Come along to the library on Wednesday 11th September from 2-5pm and enjoy tea,, coffee and cakes whilst looking at photographs of the village. This event is part of Stirling Libraries Off the Page book festival.
Two Sweet Ladies
Tickets are still available for the sweet making demonstration on Friday 13th September from 7.30-9pm. Tickets are £5/£4 for concessions and are available from the library.
Bruce Memorial Church
Service on Sunday at 11am will be led by Rev Graham Nash. The family events is to be held on Sunday.
Age positive charity, WRVS currently requires volunteers to help make a positive difference to their local community. We require volunteer helpers and drivers to assist older people through the delivery of services.
These would include a variety of activities such as attending hospital appointments or social visits, prescription collection, shopping, social activities and/or befriending. For driving roles, we require volunteers to have their own vehicles and mileage expenses will be fully reimbursed at 45p per mile.
The time our volunteers choose to donate is entirely flexible and you will be fully supported throughout by WRVS.
To find out more about the roles we have available, please call our Stirling office on 01786 450750 for an informal discussion about the valuable contribution you can make to your community.
(Due to the nature of these volunteer roles successful membership of the Protection of Vulnerable Adults Scheme (PVG) is required. There are no costs involved and WRVS will assist with the completion of the paperwork)