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    There’s been a warning issued to people in Falkirk and Maddiston, after reports of cold callers in the area. The Council’s Trading Standards team say builders have been offering residents replacement monoblock driveways. However, there are concerns the methods being used don’t conform to “good business practice”. It’s believed three men are involved and have […]

    It’s hoped four new e-bike stations will boost the number of people cycling across the Forth Valley. Forth Environment Link have announced the new hubs, in Falkirk, Stenhousemuir, Bannockburn and Tillicoultry. There are now nine e-bike hubs across the region – including at the Kelpies, Stirling University and Forth Valley Royal Hospital. Clara Walker, Executive […]

    A new national campaign is aiming to make people more aware of drinking guidelines. It’s recommended people have no more than 14 units of alcohol per week – that’s the equivalent of six pints of lager. A “Count 14” tour will drop by supermarkets in Alloa and Falkirk – seeing if they’re aware of how […]

    More than £2 million has been paid out to families in the Forth Valley, since the Best Start Grant applications opened over a year ago. The welfare payments were introduced by the Scottish Government in December 2018. They provide financial support to parents and carers during the early years of a child’s life. Almost 4,000 […]

    Nearly 4700 EU nationals living in the Forth Valley have applied for settled status in the UK after Brexit. Figures show 4680 applications were made by local residents before the end of 2019. It guarantees EU citizens their rights in UK law, after Britain leaves the European Union. The top four nationalities to apply are […]

    An exhibition at Bo’ness library is highlighting Scotland’s cinema history – including the local Hippodrome theatre. ‘Going to the Pictures’ tells the story of cinema in Scotland, the golden age of film, and famous filming locations across the country. It also features an exhibit on the Hippodrome, which was built over a century ago. It’s […]

    Forth Valley Sensory Centre has become the first organisation in the Forth Valley to welcome the Breastfeeding Friendly Scotland Scheme. The Camelon-based charity wants to protect the rights of women who wish to breastfeed on their premises. Staff have also been trained in breastfeeding awareness. Today was the launch of the ‘Breastfeeding Friendly Scotland’ scheme. […]

    A new guide’s been launched, highlighting film and TV locations across the Forth Valley. “Film on Forth” is showcasing a range of filming locations – as seen on screen in films and TV shows such as Outlander and Outlaw King. The new guide uses a series of digital maps and videos – and it’s hoped […]

    Eight charging bays have been installed at Springfield Terrace in Dunblane. Stirling Council say it puts the region “at the heart of Scotland’s green charging travel infrastructure” The local authority also plan to purchase 46 electric vehicles and install over 100 charging bays. It’s part of the Scottish Government’s ‘Electric A9’ project. Charging hubs will […]

    It’s hoped a Stirling University study will help identify challenges faced by people living in Alloa. Nearly a third of households in the town live in fuel poverty – that’s when more than 10% of income is spent on heating your home. The research will work alongside partners including Clacks Council and the Hawkhill Community […]