Here are some photographs from the official opening of the Community Woodland on 15 November 2018. More information to follow.
ARE YOU A STUDENT CONSIDERING A CAREER IN THE RENEWABLE ENERGY SECTOR? APPLY TO THE ‘FALCK RENEWABLES SUPPORT SCHEME FOR SUSTAINABLE ENERGY STUDIES 2018’ Falck Renewables Support Scheme for Sustainable Energy Studies 2018 will provide financial support for individuals to allow them to take up a course and possibly gain a job in the sustainable energy industry. […]
Please note that the previous deadline of 31 August no longer applies to the Falck sustainable studies support scheme. More information here: FKR_Call wind technician_Final
The July newsletter has been mailed out to Carron Valley residents but can also be accessed here: July 18 Newsletter.
For over 100 years an annual service was held on the first Sunday of August to commemorate the Covenanters. It is known that there was Covenanter activity in the Valley in the 17th Century, and it is probable that conventicles (the name given to their services) were held in the Kirkyard or in the immediate […]
Update – March 2018 The latest report is here, our application has been approved. Carron Valley ATR Decision Notice 28Feb18
The latest reports on the excavations at Kirk o’Muir and John de Graham’s castle are now available to download. Please see the links on the page here: https://www.valleyrenewables.co.uk/heritage-lottery-fund-grant-for-kirk-omuir-and-de-grahams-castle/ We hope to see you on the 13th March! AN EVENING WITH JOHN DE GRAHAM’S CASTLE AND KIRK O’ MUIR St Ninians Church Hall, Kirk Wynd, St Ninians, […]
AN EVENING WITH JOHN DE GRAHAM’S CASTLE AND KIRK O’MUIR St Ninians Church Hall, Kirk Wynd, St Ninians, Stirling Tuesday 13th March 2018 at 7.30 p.m. Dr Murray Cook, Stirling Council Archaeologist, will report on the recent archaeological investigations at these two important historical sites in the Carron Valley. Grave robbers and Covenanters […]
Update – January 2018 We are pleased to announce that Valley Renewables Group has now submitted a formal application to purchase 21.3 hectares of woodland (nearly 53 acres) near the Carron Dam for our community. This application has been made under “CATS”, which is Forest Enterprise Scotland’s Community Asset Transfer Scheme. If successful, 95% of […]
The 2017 Accounts are now available to download here: VRG 2017 SIGNED ACCOUNTS