Christmas Carols: Sun Dec 17, 4pm After having to cancel in 2022 due to the very cold weather, we’re looking forward to getting back together and singing in the season. We’ll be joined once again by the Clackmannanshire District Brass Band and will be collecting for charity. Come for the carols and stay for theContinue reading “Christmas Carols on 10/12/23”
Tea on the Green was a great success. We enjoyed fabulous home baking, live music and good chat under the sun… and some of us got quite competitive over the games. Huge thanks to everyone who came along, baked and donated and to musician Iain Guthrie. We raised over £700 for the village maintenance fund!Continue reading “A terrific afternoon on the Green”
We’ve just been alerted to the visit of MSP Michelle Thomson to the Village today, 2.15-3pm.
Join us on Sunday 20th August for cakes, games and great chat. Please bring your change – all games and cake sales will go towards the village maintenance fund.
A mixture of elbow grease and persistence from Dunmore Village Association has resulted in some small improvements to village amenities. DVA’s Colin sanded and repainted the flaky bench at the well and villagers have been keeping the beds planted earlier this year weed free while the plants get established – it needs more work thanContinue reading “Small improvements”
The heavens opened just as the hoedown began last night, but we made good progress – check out the before and after path pic below. Still more to do, so helping hands are much appreciated. If you’ve five mins to spare, pull some weeds! Huge thanks to those who braved the elements.
Airth Highland games are this Saturday, 21st July. More info and tickets from the Airth Games website.
Help us to get some weeding done. Meet at Lillian’s garden at 7pm on Wednesday 19th July. Many hands=quick work!
We’re thrilled to welcome Sam Scissorhands garden maintenance to Dunmore. The Village Association has engaged Sam to cut the grass in village public spaces between Falkirk Council’s infrequent visits. Sam is also picking up cuttings, which means playing and sitting on the village green is a much more pleasant experience! Say hello! and cheer herContinue reading “Sam Scissorhands to the rescue!”
Residents have been invited to a study about green/nature-based solutions in coastal management. CoOpt is an interdisciplinary project exploring how to support the transition from hard “grey” defences to softer “green” solutions in coastal flood protection management. They also look at the acceptability of flood protection schemes in the UK. Airth is one of four caseContinue reading “Focus group on coastal management”