Carol singing at 2009 Switch-On
Come and join the fun at the Big Switch-On of the Lenzie Christmas Lights on Saturday 4th December at Lenzie Old Parish Church and Queen’s Buildings. You can join in with the Christmas Carols led by Lenzie Christian Fellowship and Kirkintilloch Kelvin Brass from 5.15 pm. Father Christmas arrives at 5.25 and the official switch on by Jade McDonald, our Gala Queen, is at 5.30 prompt.
So dust off your Christmas spirit, practise some carols and turn up to get Christmas 2010 off to a good start.
Queen's Buildings stonework detail
Planning officials will present the results of a review of Conservation Areas and Townscape Protection areas in Lenzie. The appraisals consider whether existing designations and boundaries remain appropriate, highlight ongoing conservation issues and make suggestions for future management. Copies of the draft appraisals will be available at the meeting on 14th December at 7:30 pm in Lenzie Public Hall, Upper Hall.
Come along and hear the presentation and there will be opportunities to discuss the draft proposals. For more information, go to the event calendar and click 14th December.
A public meeting has been arranged for:- Tuesday 14th December 2010 – 7.30 pm to 9.00 pm Upper Hall Lenzie Public Hall Lenzie
The findings of appraisals of the Conservation Areas and Townscape Protection Areas of Lenzie will be presented. The appraisals consider whether existing designations and boundaries remain
appropriate, highlight ongoing conservation issues and make suggestions for
future management. There will be an opportunity at the meeting to ask
questions and discuss the findings.
Copies of the draft appraisals will be available at the meetings and any
comments should be submitted within 6 weeks of the relevant meeting date.
From the date of the meeting onwards the appraisals will also be available
for inspection in Lenzie Library and be viewed and downloaded from the
Council’s website www.eastdunbarton.gov.uk. Please refer to the
Conservation section of the Planning and the Environment pages. Copies can
also be forwarded on request.
Please contact Richard Callender, Policy Planner on 0141 578 8535 for
further information. Alternatively you can write to East Dunbartonshire
Council, Development & Enterprise Services William Patrick Library 2-4
West High Street Kirkintilloch G66 1AD or e-mail:
There will be a chance to take part in a guided tour of the new road on Sunday, November 21, at 1.30pm.
Team leaders from Kirkintilloch’s Initiative (KI) will explain the road’s special features and measures taken to protect the surrounding environment – including the enhanced Millersneuk Wetland, otter fencing and mammal ledges.
Special buses will leave from Tom Johnston House and enter the Link Road at Hornshill Roundabout. There will be several stops to point out features of the road and the environment and the tour will end at Townhead, before returning to Tom Johnston House.
There may still be time to register for the guided tours. Phone 0141 578 8272 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Water levels on the Gadloch broke all previous records at the end of the cold spell towards the end of January and the levels are rising week by week. The boundary fence beside the footpath is completely submerged and has fallen over. Floods are close to Crosshill Road and have spread right across the Golf Course, almost to Auchinloch Road. The owners of the land and the outflow tunnel have agreed to investigate suspected blockages in the tunnel. However, this is difficult as the outflow manhole is well submerged and the first of the several airshafts on the tunnel crossing to Boghead Wood is also flooded to the top.
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Come along on Sunday 14th November to join in Bluebell planting in Boghead Wood – accessed via Christine’s Way or from Boghead Road path opposite rugby field. No Booking required, all tools and bulbs will be provided.
For more information, contact the Ranger Service on 0141 956 6586
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In Lenzie Old Parish Church Hall. Teas and coffees provided. Up to eight charities will be offering Christmas cards and other items.