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Scottish Chamber Orchestra is coming to Stirling

Scottish Chamber Orchestra is Coming to Stirling

The Scottish Chamber Orchestra announced its 2024 summer programme, marking the 45th anniversary of its Scotland-wide summer tours, bringing together a host of exceptional conductors and soloists to present world-class, live classical music to over 20 more remote Scottish locations. From Stranraer in the South to Thurso in the North and of course also visiting […]

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Results Revealed Following Environmental Audit of City Centre

A report from environmental charity Keep Scotland Beautiful has highlighted the impact of waste and litter on Stirling city centre and outlined how the area can be improved. The audit, commissioned by Go Forth Stirling BID, describes how many city centre areas are badly affected by litter and how the presentation of trade waste bins

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Walking The Marches – Invitation to Get Involved

Stirling’s annual Walking the Marches event takes place on Saturday the 25th May 2024 and organisers are calling on community groups and volunteers to take part. The Walking of the Marches is an inclusive modern interpretation of a historic ceremonial celebration where officials from the Council, the Incorporated Trades and the Guildry walk around the city to inspect

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Go Forth Stirling Business Improvement District cleans Stirling City Centre

Public Invited to Help Go Forth Clean Up Stirling City Centre

The Go Forth Stirling team are spearheading a drive to clean up the city’s streets and improve the environment. They are organising a series of litter-picking sessions with the first one, jointly hosted with local archaeologist Dr Murray Cook, taking place next Saturday May 11. Business owners and residents are invited to join their efforts

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smoking litter bin - campaign to tackle smoking litter in Stirling by Stirling Business Improvement District and Keep Britain Tidy

Go Forth Stirling BID Tackles Cigarette Waste in City Centre

The Go Forth Stirling team has joined forces with Keep Britain Tidy to stamp out cigarette waste in the city. The environmental charity has provided the BID (Business Improvement District) with sand-filled bins – displaying the message ‘Bin Your Butts Here’ – which have been distributed to eight licensed premises to help reduce smoking litter. The

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Stirling’s 900th Anniversary Celebrations Start in Style

Stirling’s 900th anniversary celebrations got underway in style in the spring sunshine last Friday (26 April) as partners came together to launch an exciting year-long programme of events. The festivities began, fittingly at 9am, at Stirling Castle with a ceremonial opening of the ancient castle gates. As a lone piper played, James Erskine; the current

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Stirling, Scottish City, celebrates 900 years anniversary as a royal burgh and the City create a fabulous illustration showcasing important moments in civic history

Special Artwork Unveiled to Celebrate the Launch of Stirling 900

A brand new artwork that celebrates Stirling’s people and its history will be officially unveiled in the city centre today (26 April) for the launch of Stirling’s 900th anniversary celebrations. The colourful 30ft long illustration has been created by local artist David Galletly and will adorn one side of the square directly across from Stirling

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Family Fun as BRICKLIVE Ocean Trail Arrives in Stirling

Families have been following a fascinating trail featuring life-size brick models of sea creatures around Stirling.  The BRICKLIVE Ocean tour, launched by Go Forth Stirling BID, features fish, crabs, squid, turtles, sharks and other creatures built from more than 300,000 colourful toy bricks. Residents and visitors have been entertained by the free Ocean tour during

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