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    James Kilgannon has smashed his 5K a day fundraising goal for Strathcarron Hospice. The 8-year-old was hoping to raise £500 for the charity but has managed to raise a huge £5,000. Participants in the challenge can choose to walk, run or swim 5K every day for a month. James chose to run every day during […]

    Nicola Phillips from Dunblane is just one of many student nurses thrown onto the front-line during the coronavirus pandemic. The 43-year-old worked in the acute assessment unit at Forth Valley Royal at the start of the crisis during her 3rd year at Stirling University. She tells us how she’s balanced placements, studying, exams and being […]

    Max is a student at Dollar Academy; he’s been out piping around his Bridge of Allan home each night since the coronavirus lockdown began. He’s just about to complete 100 sessions in a row, all while raising thousands of pounds for Strathcarron Hospice.

    10-year-old Logan is raising money for Strathcarron Hospice by running a marathon in his garden! *EDIT* he’s now raised over £1400 – with mum Michelle taking care of the spreadsheet!

    Local singer-songwriter Greig talks about his fundraising efforts for the Eilidh Brown Appeal.

    Carrieanne tells Woolfy what she’s been doing to raise money for the Haining Nursing Home in Maddiston.

    Local celebrity chef to the stars Mark tells Woolfy how he plans to make a difference during lockdown by setting up a mobile food delivery service.

    Claire Kilpatrick and Danny Duncan raised money for Strathcarron Hospice in 2019 as winners of Central FM’s Win Your Wedding! Claire’s mum and dad Shirley and James chat about how they’re feeling on what should have been the big day (Saturday 28th March 2020).

    Camelon Juniors Director of Football Calum talks about the club, in conjunction with Camelon Community Hub, is helping the most vulnerable people in the area during this pandemic by delivering food and other essentials.

    Roots Helping Hands Food Share volunteers have been coming to the aid of residents of Bonnybridge, Banknock, Camelon and Denny – Jennifer tells Woolfy all about their current work.