Stirling and Clackmannanshire

We cover some of the most attractive countryside in Central Scotland from Loch Lomondside in the west to Glen Devon in the east. Important wildlife areas include the Upper Forth Estuary, Devon and Allan Valleys, The Ochils and the Campsie Fells as well as Flanders Moss National Nature Reserve.

What we do

– Hold monthly wildlife talks
– Run wildlife rich walks
– Defend wildlife interests involved in local planning decisions
– Help run Local Biodiversity Action Plans
– Participate in conservation work
– Help monitor local wildlife populations

How to get involved

– Please visit our dedicated website by clicking on the link in the ‘Group Information’ box
– Contact our secretary Sue Sexton on: 01786 833409
– Join us at one of our monthly meetings or occasional outings

Group information

Contacts

Roy Sexton (Chair)

Sue Sexton (Secretary)

Jan Harbidge (Membership Secretary)

Telephone
01786 833409
Email
Email Stirling and Clackmannanshire
Website
Stirling and Clackmannanshire website

GROUP MEETINGS

Where and when?

Where we meet

We have a new venue this year, namely Stirling Indoor Bowling Club (SIBC) in Forth Street, Stirling, FK8 1UE. This is a large grey building with a big car park.
It is the next building along from the Ten Pin Bowling Centre. The entrance is the same as for the Stirling Wood Centre, the Indoor Bowling Club being on your left. Talks will start at 7.30 p.m. with suggested donations of £3 (students £1) including tea and biscuits. Please note that, if looking up the Google map for directions, it tells you that our venue is on the right. In fact it is on the LEFT.

Directions

Please click on map for directions by car or on foot. For information about public transport please contact:
traveline at 0871 200 22 33

Get directions

FURTHER READING

About Stirling and Clackmannanshire

Out & about

Nearest local group
Stirling and Clackmannanshire

Links & downloads

Newsletter

Events leaflet

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