Car heaven in Drymen
Apr26

Car heaven in Drymen

MOTORING enthusiasts had the chance to see an amazing range of rare vintage and classic cars on Monday morning when participants in the Scottish Malts reliability trial and tour stopped in Drymen for the first time control stop of the event. The 700-mile route takes the drivers all over Scotland during the five day event – and there’s plenty more opportunties to see the cars along the way . For full info see...

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Classic and rare cars in Drymen
Apr19

Classic and rare cars in Drymen

A  RARE 1935 Lagonda M45 Rapide,  Aston Martin DB5 and a 1928 Bentley will be just some of the superb examples of automotive history to be seen when the Scottish Malts reliability trail and tour hits Drymen on Monday (25 April) morning. The first cars are expected to arrive in the village around 10.30am, with all the tour participants scheduled to stop at the Buchanan Arms at 11am in a must-see group for any motoring enthusiast. The...

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Bakery plans launched at community event
Feb22

Bakery plans launched at community event

MORE than 50 folks of all ages enjoyed a night of fantastic food, drink and chat as exciting plans for a community bakery project in Drymen were unveiled. Friday evening’s (19 February) Feast Together event – organised by Forth Environment Link’s Grow Forth and the team behind the bakery project – gave everyone the chance to hear about, and discuss, plans for a community bakery in Drymen. Of course there was also the...

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Top award for Park’s innovative community involvement
Nov11

Top award for Park’s innovative community involvement

Watch the video to see what made LIVE Park’s innovative approach a winner. LOCH Lomond & the Trossachs National Park Authority has picked up a top award thanks to it’s development plans, management and innovative community involvement. It’s LIVE Park Main Issues Report is the overall winner in the Scottish Government’s Scottish Awards for Quality in Planning 2015 after being shortlisted as one of 29 project...

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Duncan McCrone: Colourblind
Sep14

Duncan McCrone: Colourblind

BASED just outside the G63 area, Scottish folk singer/songwriter Duncan McCrone and his band are no strangers having played well-received shows at Buchanan Memorial Hall. His latest album, Colourblind, is a superb collection of songs and, in our opinion, features some of the best work to come from McCrone’s writing partnership with long time collaborator – and bass player in the band – Cy Jack. Fantastic playing from the band...

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