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To clackmannancommunity.org, a dedicated community website for our historic town and neighbouring villages; Kennet & Forestmill.
We hope you will find this website helpful. Please feel free to leave us a visitor’s comment – we would love to hear where you’re from and your thoughts/memories of Clackmannan.
COVID19 COMMUNITY UPDATE - 19th October 2020
As of Friday, 9th October 2020 the following businesses/services are suspended or continue to be be suspended until further notice in line with UK Government guidelines;
- Clackmannan Town Hall (including Puddleduck Toddlers and Bargains & Bites)
- Clackmannan Parish Church - services available online https://clackmannankirk.org.uk/
- Clackmannan Development Trust Office - follow us on Facebook: Clackmannan Development Trust for the latest updates
- Clackmannan, Kennet & Forestmill Community Council - instead holding their meetings via Zoom on 3rd Wednesday of the Month.
- Clackmannan Bowling Club
- The County Bar
- The Horseshoe Bar
Our Caring & Connected Community Services (shopping/prescription collection etc) are currently on hold as from 4th September. We are closely monitoring this should they need to resume.
If you would like to help volunteer please complete this from and send to Lesley Shaw, Community Development Manager Email: email@example.com
To view the copy of our biannual (spring/summer & autumn/winter) community newsletterVIEW NEWSLETTER
This website was created thanks to funding from Heritage Lottery’s Stories, Stone and Bones Fund - as part of Clackmannan Heritage Walk project 2017 The creation of this website is to help bring the community together by being a one-stop resource to promote and inform local people of key community information, services and events, to celebrate our heritage and share the pride of our community with visitors and old friends who may no longer live in the area but still share a common love for the town.