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”
George Russell construction Ltd is trying again to get their initially rejected Hill of Airth development proposal passed. There is a consultation event on Monday 5th June, 2.30-6.30pm in Airth Community Hall, with all comments to be in by Monday 19th June. More info and consultation here: http://www.ironsidefarrar.com/hillofairth.html
Tea on the Green: Sun Aug 20 Tea on the Green is back for 2023! Join us on the village green on Sunday 20th August from 2pm-4pm for tea, cake, games and live music from Harvest Moon. Tea on the Green is a great way to get to know your neighbours, while raising funds forContinue reading “Dunmore diary”
Falkirk Council have redesigned and provided plants for the two flower beds that flank the water pump on the village green. They have worked with charity Repollinate to select plants that will help and protect bees and other pollinators. The first batch of plants have arrived and been put in place by members of ourContinue reading “New flower beds”
Dunmore villagers took part in Clean Up Scotland, targeting the entrance to the village and several years build up of plastic along the foreshore to South Alloa. A further litter pick is planned for later in the year. Watch this space.
Ian Scott tells a “Tale of Two Ruins” in this week’s Falkirk Herald. Read the article.
Elphinstone Tower has been sold. The ruined towerhouse on the Dunmore Estate has been sold. See the property listing on Right Move.