Village action day – Saturday 18th May

Be part of your community and pitch in to help with basic maintenance and gardening. You’ll be rewarded with hot drinks and homemade cake.

Meet at Lillian’s garden at 10.30am.

Can’t make it on Saturday? Pop an email to or to the village WhatsApp group to find out how you can help.

2024 Dumore Diary

The committee are hoping to run more social events throughout the year and hope this will bring everyone together through the year.

  • Saturday 18th May at 10:30 – Action Day (repairs, maintenance, gardening needing done around the village) followed by tea/coffee and homemade cake!
  • Saturday 29th June at 16:00 – BBQ in Lillian’s Garden – please note: this will also include discussions on the future of Lillian’s Garden and the flower beds on the green. We are keen to get input from all so if you can’t attend please feel free to send any suggestions, comments, etc.
  • Friday 19th July (Provisional date pending discussion with brewer) – beer/rum tasting provided by SLOPEmeisteR Brewery, Airth. More details to follow
  • Sunday 18th August – Tea on the Green

If any villagers have a suggestion for an event please let the committee know.

Village AGM – 28/3/24

The annual general meeting of Dunmore Village Association is on Thursday 28th March 2024 at 7pm in Dunmore Bowling Clubhouse.

The AGM is an opportunity to catch up with neighbours and hear what’s been going on in the village. It’s also a great opportunity to hear the committees future plans and have your say.

Please note the committee is always pleased to welcome new members – if you are interested in joining the committee or getting active in the village please email

Accounts for the year have emailed to all villagers and posted on the village notice board. If you haven’t received an email, please drop a message to the email address above.

Cracking Christmas Carols

We enjoyed a wonderful Christmas carols event on Sunday 17th December, and received a special visit from a certain jolly gentleman who had presents for all the village children.

We raised more than £230, which will go towards village maintance projects and to Strathcarron Hospice.

Thank you!

This event wouldn’t have been such a success without the support of everyone who attended and donated. Huge thanks also go to:

Clackmannan District Brass Band for braving the chilly weather to raise our spirits.

Village committee members/villagers who decorated, catered and organised the event.

And, finally, Geoff Leask, who “arranged” the visit from our special seasonal visitor!

Hill of Airth development

Thursday 14 December is the closing date for neighbour comments on the propsed Hill of Airth development, which would see the construction of 82 houses and a visitor centre near the East Lodge to the north of Airth. This is the second attempt to green light this project, following objections from local people and stakeholders such as the National Trust for Scotland.

Make your comments on the Falkirk Council development portal.

Airth Parish Community Council are hosting a public meeting about the application at Airth Venue, 7pm, on Wednesday 20 December, following their short general meeting at 6.30pm.

Christmas Carols on 17/12/23

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 the Christmas treats and hot drinks afterwards!

A terrific afternoon on the Green

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!

Well done to the Village committee for organising.