Bridge of Allan’s Christmas Fair and Lights Switch-On Event will be on Sunday 1st December 2019. Come along to our Village to enjoy some festive fun.
🎶 We’ll have musical entertainment from a local piper, Stirling University Choir, Stirling Gaelic Choir, SABOS and local mum Jennifer Hardie.
🎁 There will be gifts to buy, mulled wine and mince pies, donuts & hot chocolate, a tombola, rowing challenge and much more..
🎅 Santa will also be there for the children to pass on their wish list to.
🎄 At 4pm at Provosts Park we’ll have some carol singing from a local Choir and SABOS Musical Theatre Group, some Christmas poetry read out by local children and the switch on of our village Christmas Tree.
We are delighted that many of our merchants will be getting involved on the day too, so be sure to take time to enjoy the whole village..
🎁 Christmas Fair ~ 2pm – 4pm @ Bridge of Allan Parish Church.
🎄Lights Switch-On Event ~ 4pm – 4.30pm @ Provosts Park
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Bridge of Allan Community Council’s next meeting will be on Tuesday 19th November at 7.30pm at the Allan Centre, Fountain Road, Bridge of Allan. All are welcome to attend. The proposed meeting agenda is attached.
191119 Agenda NOV19
The minutes from our October meeting are now on the website. They can be found via the link below.
Stirling Council are starting a consultation on the Bridge of Allan Parking Management Plan. The first consultation event is to be held on 18th November at the Royal Hotel.
At this consultation they’ll be:
- providing background information about the Parking Policy and the Community Parking Management Plan (CPMP) process
- asking people to let us know what, if any, issues they have with parking in the core of Bridge of Allan
- asking people to provide suggestions as to what would help them make the best use of the parking on offer in Bridge of Allan
More info below.
Parking posters bridge of Allan
You may already be aware that Stirling Council launched their residents’ survey on Friday 1st November 2019.
Stirling’s citizens will be able to have their say on everything from road repairs to street lighting in an effort to ensure the Council provides best value for the citizens it serves.
The survey will take 15-20mins to complete and is designed to capture satisfaction levels with the full breadth of the Council’s services.
“If we can gather the views of the public and let our residents influence our decision-making, we can narrow the gap between what our services deliver and what the people who use them actually want.
Here is the link to the survey page that will provide you with further information- https://www.stirling.gov.uk/news/2019/november-2019/stirling-council-launches-2019-residents-survey/
NB Copies are also available at Council Libraries or Customer First.