FROM STIRLING COUNCIL
A system has been introduced where school clothes which are donated are laundered and advertised on the website
Information on how to donate is also available on this website www.prelovedstirling.org.uk
School uniform for primary and secondary aged children and young people. It is hoped that prom dresses can be included soon.
Families can access the website and ‘purchase’ the items at no charge. The items are then posted out to the family, at no charge, thereby removing any stigma
Further details can be found
We’ve been issued with the Police Report for February. A copy is attached.
BOFA CC Police Report – February 2020
Our next Community Council meeting will be held tonight at 7.30pm at the Allan Centre, Fountain Road, Bridge of Allan. The agenda is attached.
200218 Agenda FEB20
Details of a public drop in event to view the initial proposals for the new pedestrian & cycle links between Stirling train Station and the University
“Good Afternoon All,
I am very pleased to announce the first public design drop-in event for the Walk, Cycle, Live Stirling Project will take place on Wednesday the 26th February at the Cowane Centre.
The project will make walking, cycling and wheeling more accessible, pleasant and safe along two routes through Stirling.
Join us at the Concept Design Event anytime between 1.30pm and 6.30pm to view and comment on the first drafts of the design, have your say on how we can improve the streets and meet the project team while having fun and enjoying some coffee, tea and cake.
Please spread the word!
To find out more about the project and leave comments on the map of the routes, visit the Walk, Cycle, Live Stirling website at:
Drawings will be uploaded on to the website, and an email will be circulated when this is live for comment. Subscribe to the news to keep up to date on the Walk, Cycle, Live Stirling Project.”
Please see attached message from the Scottish Health Council regarding those who live with the diagnosis of ME (myalgic encephalomyelitis).
Do you (or does someone you know) live with myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME)?
If so, the Scottish Health Council is looking for people who are living with a diagnosis of ME to give their views about what support they would like to see in place.
These views will be used to help the Scottish Government to address particular gaps in knowledge and understanding about the care and support needs of those who are affected.
If you would like to be involved in this piece of work, you can complete an online survey at: www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/MyalgicEncephalomyelitisSurvey/
If you would prefer to take part in a telephone interview or participate in a face to face discussion (as part of a group or individually), please contact our local office and we’ll be happy to arrange.
There is a flyer attached which can be shared and/or printed and displayed. We want to make sure we have done everything we can to reach individuals living with ME, so are very grateful for any sharing of the flyer/this email/the survey link!”