Connect with Stirling
Our Connected Neighbourhoods is a dementia enabling communities project looking to put people living with dementia at the heart of their community.
01786 467 795
Based in the heart of Scotland's first National Park, some 25 miles northwest of Stirling, the Trust’s aims to benefit the local area
The Trust’s aims and objectives are to benefit the local communities in the Balquhidder, Lochearnhead and Strathyre area.
The Leprosy Mission Scotland (TLMS) has created life-changing connections between people in Scotland and people throughout the world affected by lepro
The Dunblane Centre is a local charity which offers a welcoming environment and a broad range of activities for communities in and around Dunblane.
A charitable organisation of volunteers.
We provide community based adult learning to allow people to build their confidence and self esteem, learn new skills and to reach their potential.
The trust’s aims and objectives are to benefit the local communities in the Balquhidder, Lochearnhead and Strathyre area
So Precious is a charity dedicated to raising funds to support Neonatal, Maternity and Paediatric Services within Forth Valley NHS
Cambusbarron Playgroup is a traditional community led village playgroup which provides high quality early learning experiences.
On the Verge works with local community groups to help sow areas of native wildflowers in order to offer valuable food sources for bees and other poll
Stirlingshire Voluntary Enterprise exists to build empowered communities with a thriving third sector.
Stirling Council's Community Engagement Team provide community development support to communities and community organisations across the Stirling Coun
The Friends of Plean Country Park is a voluntary charitable organisation with the aim to conserve, enhance and promote the park.
07902 308 451
FADS is a friendly and fun community drama club with members from Fintry and the surrounding villages bringing a great mix of experience and talent.
To advance environmental protection or improvement including preservation, sustainable development and conservation of the natural environment,
We aim to contribute to the rich cultural diversity, encourage, sharing and participation in cultural activities within the Forth Valley.
Our Vision Calvary Fellowship Stirling (CFS) aims, as followers of Jesus, to cultivate our relationship with the Lord, with each other.
Our Vision We see a future where there is no waste, only resources. Where people, communities and the environment are valued and respected.
Callander Youth Project Trust was established in 1997 and became a Company Limited by Guarantee in 2002.
We are the local Air Cadet unit for the Stirling area. We run activities for young people between 13 - 17 and are based on the Royal Air Force.
Dunblane) Boys’ Brigade is a Christian organisation, providing a wide-ranging programme of weekly and special activities for boys aged 5-18.
Dunblane Chamber Orchestra was formed in 2008 and is made up of experienced players from Dunblane and the surrounding area
Dunblane Community Preschool, based at the Braeport Centre in Dunblane, is one of the largest and longest established preschools in Scotland.
Sadly this highly important gem of Scottish architecture is now at risk. Efforts are being made to save the building and its wonderful gardens.
provide before and after school childcare for children who attend Borestone, Braehead, St Ninians, St Mary's, Bannockburn and Castleview.
We are an amateur choir of around fifty singers, drawing our membership from the villages in the valley of the River Endrick in Stirlingshire.
Our overall purpose is to enable Dunblane to be welcoming, enterprising and well connected, with a first class cultural and physical environment.
Girlguiding UK is the United Kingdom's largest voluntary organisation for girls and young women, with about 575,000 members.
Strathendrick Agricultural Society organize and run the annual Drymen show.
Fintry Development Trust is based in the village of Fintry, Stirlingshire. It is focussed on reducing energy use and carbon emissions in Fintry.