Stirling Council has changed glass collection to four weekly, moving away from the previous two. The council said that the change was made in response to feedback from some members of the public, as well as data from collections that show a marked decrease in the glass collected every two weeks.
Paul Thompson, Ranger at Ben Lawers National Nature Reserve writes about how erosion affects NNR properties. As the days lengthen the first purple saxifrage appears on the hill and the melting snow reveals, among other things, the extent of winter’s damage to our mountain footpaths.
Paul Thompson, Ranger at Ben Lawers National Nature Reserve writes about the history surrounding the NNR. The NTS cares for over 75000ha of countryside, large proportions of which lie in national parks, nature reserves and scenic areas.
January 2015 will see the 20th annual Killin Drama Club pantomime performance when Treasure Island takes over the McLaren Hall in Killin. One member of the club at the centre of the pantomime whirlwind is Gordon Hibbert, the director of the panto for twenty years and chairman of the club. Killin.