Cambuskenneth

Village

 

Council Constitution

 

Council Members

 

Agenda of next meeting

 

Minutes of council meetings

 

Noticeboard

 

Useful links

 

 

Pages for Cambuskenneth Community Council on left side

 

Village information pages on

right side

 

Welcome

 

The Cambuskenneth Community Plan

can be found on the Agenda page

 

 

Description of village

 

Village picture gallery

 

Archive village pics

 

Abbey History

 

More detail of abbey

 

Pictures from events

 

Neighbourhood Watch

 

Cambuskenneth Ferry

 

Cambuskenneth Village, home of the first Scottish Parliament, the least well known important historical site in Scotland.

 

Click on [abbey history] and [more detail of Abbey]

 

 

Cambuskenneth Village is sited on a loop of the River Forth, adjacent to the City of Stirling, Central Scotland.  It is on National Cycle Route 76.  Augustinian Abbey (ruins) founded in 1147, unique

bell tower still stands. Open for visitors daily.  Painters known as the “Glasgow Boys” settled here in the 1920s, and the apple orchards (now replaced by housing) were well known

[map]

 

 

 

Meeting of the Community Council

In Cambuskenneth Village Hall

 

 

 

Subject to confirmation, meetings will be held at 7.30 in the Village Hall 1st Monday of the month.

 

click on |AGENDA|

 

 

 

 

 

For minutes of Council meetings click on |minutes|

 

 

 

 
Affiliated to The Association of Scottish Community Councils: http://www.ascc.org.uk/

 

 

See |noticeboard| page for future village events

 

 

Community Council Secretary – George Thyme.  01786 447679

30, North Street, Cambuskenneth

email: Sandra.thynne@hotmail.co.uk

 

 

Webmaster can be contacted at abbey.website@btinternet.com

 

To hire the village hall contact Stirling Albert Hall Office

 

 

 

To contact us about matters arising from meetings, any concerns or comments on matters affecting the village and those who live here please email the secretary

 

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