A Celebration of 900 Years of the Guildry of Stirling. The Merchant Guildry of Stirling, celebrating its 900th year, will host the inaugural Stirling Dinner
The sun shone for Stirling’s inaugural Fitness Festival which featured a host of fun activities including bike stunts, a bungee run and climbing wall. Residents
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Paul Saunders Marketing has recently created a new brand and website about Loch Lomond & The Trossachs. ‘See Loch Lomond’ is a guide to the
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Stirling’s popular Landtrain begins a new and extended route this weekend covering more of the city and its attractions.
Former bereavement counsellor Laurie Neil has opened her new
business Fitness Garage at Stirling Enterprise Park.
Formerly occupied by Good Green Fun, Stirling’s children’s charity shop has reopened as Babes in the Wood. Located in Unit 32 of STEP’s Stirling Enterprise Park, the community shop sells preloved children’s clothing, toys & equipment at low cost to the general public.a
Over 350 individuals from various business industries attended 21 events throughout Stirling Business Month.
A radio DJ is set to present his daytime show from Stirling’s popular Landtrain next week in a campaign aimed at promoting the city and its attractions.
A Stirling firm has been selected to showcase its award-winning giftware at an event backed by entrepreneur Theo Paphitis
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A local businesswoman fought off stiff competition from nearly 30 companies based throughout Forth Valley to be crowned the winner of Business Gateway Forth Valley’s HEAT 18.
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Stirling business owners are being surveyed about their waste collections in a bid to create cleaner and more inviting city streets.
The team at Bridge of Allan-based Kevin Wilson Joiners & Building Contractors was awarded the best Commercial Project honour at the Federation of Master Builders’ (FMB) Scotland awards.
A family construction firm is in the running for a top industry award following the renovation of an iconic Stirling building. Bridge of Allan-based Kevin Wilson Joiners & Building Contractors are finalists for the Federation of Master Builders’ Large Renovation Project honour for their restoration of the Kings Park Pavilion in Stirling.
Forth Environment Link’s drive to get locals moving is picking up the pace thanks to the delivery of 16 new e-bikes just in time for Bike Week (8-16 June).
The new strategy, Alive with Local Food, will be unveiled by Forth Valley & Lomond Leader and Stirling Council on Thursday 6 June at Stirling High School at 4.30pm.
Go Forth Stirling, which runs the city’s Business Improvement District (BID), is among local businesses and individuals backing the innovative project and has provided a £500 cash injection.
Go Forth Stirling is launching regular drop-in sessions to give city centre business owners the chance to meet the team and talk directly about any trading issues they face.
A new manager has been appointed by Go Forth Stirling to deliver the organisation’s aims of improving and revitalising the city centre.
Mags Fenner has taken the helm at Stirling’s Business Improvement District (BID) in a role which will see her liaise with city traders, work with the BID board and carry out the objectives of the five-year business plan.
Have you seen Stirling based Angel Share Glass refillable angel? The team created it as an addition to their signature range following customer requests.
A Forth Valley charity has become the first employer in Scotland to earn a Paths for All Walk at Work Award.
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