• October Update – Exim Dance Company

    October has shown to be a busy month from start to end here at Exim Dance Company. To find out more have a look below at the exciting news, opportunities and events that have been occurring for Exim this month. As always we would like to thank you for your continued support. Read more [...]

  • “Little Fidgets”

    And so “Little Fidgets Gilcrux” was launched on the 29th October and a great time was had by all, the turnout was much more than expected proving that many were looking for such a group to exist giving both the parents and “Little Fidgets” a chance to play together, sing Read more [...]

  • Keep Moving

    Since receiving the Greggs funding, we have increased our numbers from 9 to 31 members attending our classes each week.  This photo always makes me smile, as I know how much fun they have during the class. WAY TO GO GUYS!!!!

  • Fly Fishing Day

    On Monday we met up with Dumbarton Area Council on Alcohol (DACA) who were keen to learn how to fly fish. We chose Carman Fishery because it is local and the perfect place to learn. On arrival the fish were all over the surface and we were keen to get Read more [...]

  • Electrofishing & Invertebrate Day

    Our ambition at the Trust is to understand more about the wider Loch Lomond catchment. A few weeks ago we finished up our electrofishing season by looking at burns which have not been surveyed before but are close to the local community . We looked at the Whiteleys burn and Read more [...]

  • Update from the Community Gardens October 2019

    Update from the Community Gardens October 2019                   Sowing onion sets at the Bishop’s Palace Vegetable Garden Update      October has been very wet, it has rained and rained but it hasn’t stopped us and our wonderful team of volunteers turning out in force for our gardening sessions. The harvests may Read more [...]

  • October update

    Hope allotments blog – October 2019 It’s been a bit of a wet and blustery October so far with the first frost which, fortunately, did not do any damage to our crops. We will continue to harvest our frost tender Tomatoes, Beans and Chillies until the weather gets colder which Read more [...]

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