The Red Violin (cert 15) is going to be shown at Mugdock Country Park on Monday, May 27 at 7.45pm.
A Balfron stonemason was celebrating this week after the exhibit he helped create won Best in Show at the Chelsea Flower Show.
St Joseph’s parents doing a protest walk in Milngavie on Wednesday to show it’s unsafe to walk to St Andrew’s Primary in Bearsden
Angry parents are going to stage a protest walk at St Joseph’s Primary School in Milngavie this week during ‘Walk to School Week.’1 comment
Traders in Milngavie are celebrating the news that the council is going to fund the refurbishment of the public toilets.
Parents at Colquhoun Park Primary School in Bearsden are staging a series of protests in a bid to prevent the closure of the school.1 comment
SECTIONS of the West Highland Way at Loch Lomond have been earmarked for an upgrade later this year.
Children from Castlehill Baptist Church in Bearsden raised £700 recently for disadvantaged children in Uganda by putting themselves in their shoes for a day.
Outdoor enthusiasts will have a great time at Mugdock Country Park on Sunday (May 19) when they can join in a host of activities from camping to cycling, archery to wildlife photography, walking trails, extreme sports, a ‘Lads n Dads’ bushcraft survival course, tours of the castle, a climbing wall and willow weaving to name just a few.
A petrol station with jet wash is going to be built in Asda Bearsden’s car park after the plans were approved at Tuesday night’s planning meeting.
Patrols will be carried out to drive out to splat conman rats in Milngavie and Bearsden.
Angry traders at Bearsden Cross have hit out after shock roadworks closed a car park and caused chaos – with no advance warning.
The recent heavy rain has caused organisers to cancel this year’s Drymen Show which was all set to go ahead on Saturday, May 25.
Plans must be put in place so that Milngavie extracts the maximum benefit from its new Waitrose store, an MSP has said.
Balmore Road was closed following a car accident involving a police vehicle.
The Parent Teacher Association from Killermont Primary in Bearsden is holding a spring fair to boost school funds.
Council chiefs say they have had an “encouraging” response to their new household recycling scheme.
TWO founding members of a cancer support charity that has raised millions for suffers were presented with special awards by Prince Edward.
Commuters will benefit from a new bus service to and from Glasgow city centre.
FORGET the rain, think sunshine, stilettos, sling-backs and sandals - yes, the annual ‘Ladies who give an F* Lunch’ is back by popular demand on Sunday, June 2 at the Radisson BLU Hotel in Glasgow.
Second year pupils at Douglas Academy in Milngavie were delighted yet again to receive a visit from chef Gordon MacDonald from Massimo restaurant in Bearsden.
A UNIQUE play called ‘Unusual Places to Dance’ which is based on the memories of a group of older people from Cumbernauld about their relationships and experiences in dance halls is coming to Mugdock Country Park on Saturday, May 25. To book call 0141 956 6100.
Four families took part in a campaign to clear litter for Keep Scotland Beautiful recently by collecting items from Bearsden train station, Kessington Park, Cairnhill Woods in Bearsden.
Asda Bearsden is celebrating after raising over £40,000 for local and national charities and organisations over the past 12 months.
When it comes to design and quality not all kitchens are created equal - producing a room that fits both the individual person and the particular shape of room takes talent, skill and experience.
WESTERTON residents are delighted that East Dunbartonshire Council has listened to their plea to save the village greenspace.1 comment
PRINCE Edward met pupils involved in the Duke of Edinburgh Awards at Bearsden Academy and also handed out fiveBritish Empire Medals.
EVERYONE will be delighted to hear that The Drymen Show is back after the organisers were forced to cancel the popular event last year.
We are currently working on a story about roadworks in Bearsden today (Friday, May 10) which has resulted in Kirk Road being closed.
Traders running Milngavie’s public toilets are out of pocket because the council has gone back on its promise to provide funds for supplies.
The refurbishment of the historic Cross Keys pub in Milngavie has been delayed due to a last minute change of plans for its interior.
Bearsden born and bred David Moyes has been appointed to one of the top jobs in world football.
MASSIVE changes to the way household waste is collected in East Dunbartonshire kicks in this week.
Special events were held to celebrate Rev Fergus Bucnanan’s 25 years at St Paul’s Parish Church in Milngavie.
A DOG’s tale had a happy ending thanks to Marks and Spencer staff in Milngavie, when an injured stray dog wandered into the shop. The cross-breed terrier didn’t appear to have an owner and it was bleeding from a cut and shaking with fear.
LIBERAL Democrat group leader Ashay Ghai has raised serious concerns about the abolition of a local police force in favour of a single Scottish force.
DOG owner volunteers wearing hi-visibility vests bearing the message “Where do you stand on dog poo?” are to act as ‘ambassadors’ for the latest council bid to stamp out dog mess.
MILNGAVIE MSP Gil Paterson has vowed to help stop what the Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society has blasted as a “lottery” on vital care in Scotland.
MP Jo Swinson was left fighting for her life after she suffered a severe alergic reaction to a biscuit.
A MILNGAVIE man suffered serious injury after he was attacked by a bottle-weilding thug as he waited forn a train.1 comment
BUDDING historians will be pleased to hear that Brookwood Library in Bearsden now has a brand new microfiche machine.
A HUSBAND and wife arm wresting duo are hoping to raise the profile of a sport that has suffered from an image problem for a number of years.
EAST Dunbartonshire Violence against Women Multi Agency Partnership, currently known as the East Dunbartonshire VAWMAP, is looking for a new name to help raise awareness of the important work it carries out.
CASTLEHILL Primary School Nursery has been given a glowing report by the Care Inspectorate.
TRADERS have warned that Milngavie’s new Waitrose store could sound the ‘death knell’ for the town.1 comment
COMMUTERS in Milngavie and Bearsden will be thrilled to hear that a new bus service is going to start running from this month.1 comment
WHETHER you are running it or just want to watch don’t forget to go along to The Whole Hog Challenge in Balfron this Sunday (May 5).
The Earl of Wessex is to pay a Royal visit to Bearsden Academy on Thursday to meet youngsters who have completed their Duke of Edinburgh Awards and hand out five British Empire Medals.
A FAST food outlet on Station Road, Milngavie has put a planning application in to extend its opening hours.
WE are always thinking of our readers and we don’t want our recent office move to Kirkintilloch to cause too much of an inconvenience.
COMMUNITY spirited volunteers turned up to help do a litter pick-up at Tesco in Milngavie recently.
- Bad smash closes Balmore Road
- St Joseph’s parents doing a protest walk in Milngavie on Wednesday to show it’s unsafe to walk to St Andrew’s Primary in Bearsden
- Major upgrade to Loch Lomond stretch of West Highland Way planned
- Parents continue fight to save Colquhoun Park Primary School
- Petrol station at Asda Bearsden gets green light
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Weather for Milngavie
Thursday 23 May 2013
Temperature: 5 C to 11 C
Wind Speed: 22 mph
Wind direction: North west
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Wind Speed: 13 mph
Wind direction: North east