Ochils Mountain Rescue Team were called out this afternoon to assist with the successful rescue of a man from Tillicoultry Quarry.
Continental Market is coming to Alloa on Thursday 10th September – Saturday 12th September. The market will be held in the High Street from 10am-5pm
Military Fitness Class First class Tuesday 25th August starting at 1900 @ Lornshill Academy. Saturday class starts 25th September at 0930 @ Lornshill Academy.
Fun military inspired classes taken by a current Royal Navy Physical Training Instructor. If you have not been before your first class is free and once you get the bug you will keep coming back for more.
For more information pop along on Tuesday or contact Richard on 07824326229.
The Wee County Men’s Shed are about to open at the former Glenochil Nursery , Menstrie . We are looking for men aged 18 upwards from Clackmannanshire to join .For more info call 07783 806369
Alloa Art Club – Annual Art Exhibition 5th September – 13th October in The Swarm Gallery at Resonate House Alloa.
The popular Alloa Wedding Show is back on Sunday 11th October, Alloa Town Hall. Fashion Show at 3pm, modelling Bridal, Mother of the Bride and Menswear.
Take the stress out of searching for everything you need for your wedding or civil partnership and come down to the Alloa Wedding Show and meet a variety of wedding suppliers and discuss with them your requirements for your big day.
Many promotions and discounts to be had on the day !
Young local and brave McDonalds employee Dana McQuater has decided to ‘Brave the Shave’ for Macmillan on the 30th August at Alloa Ludgate Church Hall 3pm. She is doing this in memory of her Dad and for her Aunt who has just completed treatment for cancer.
Dana is currently just sitting over £500 but is looking for your support either by donating or if you know Dana, coming along and being part of the day when Local hairdresser Fiona Munro, chops n shaves Dana for this very worthy cause.
Despite the miserable summer weather everything has come up roses again in the Our Clackmannanshire in Bloom competition.
The final round of judging took place on Wednesday 12th August.
The Council would like to take this opportunity to congratulate everyone who entered the Competition.
This year’s overall winner is Harry Brierley of Robertson Street, Alva, who wowed the judges with an impressive floral display and beautifully colourful containers.
The regular judges were joined by Jacqueline McKenna, Stirling University’s Grounds Maintenance Manager, along with Provost Tina Murphy.
Jacqueline was very impressed with the huge efforts communities have made to improve their open space areas and the good community spirit that was evident in many of the sites visited. She said: “There was a very high standard throughout and it was difficult to choose a winner.”
Provost Murphy said: “The quality of this year’s entries was again impressive. Despite the recent challenging weather conditions, we saw many gardens which were really colourful and some particularly lovely containers. It was a pleasure to meet the enthusiastic gardeners. I would like to thank all this year’s entrants for their hard work and I look forward to welcoming the winners to the award ceremony.”
Full results can be viewed on clacksweb
Charity Race Night this Sunday at The Johnstone Arms to raise funds for Skillshare and Arran Heugh`s trip to Lesotho
*Skillshare International works in partnership with communities and local organisations in Africa and Asia to reduce poverty, injustice and inequality