Our centre, located on the main street of Doune, provides information relating to the area once known as the Parish of Kilmadock. This includes the villages of Doune, Deanston and the surrounding area.
THE INFORMATION & HERITAGE CENTRE
IS LOCATED AT:
The Woodside, Stirling Road, Doune FK16 6AB
To find us, go to The Cross in the Main Street and then go down George Street, past St. Modoc’s Church, and The Woodside is on the right. The Centre is at the far end of the building.
The opening hours are:
10am to 4pm Monday to Saturday & 10am to 3.30pm on Sundays.
Telephone: 01786 841250. E-Mail: email@example.com
There you will find:
Tourist & local history information
Local guides & walks leaflets
Maps for walking, cycling & touring
An extensive range of new books on Scotland, on local information & history
Postcards & handmade cards
A range of interesting locally crafted gifts
Colour & black & white photocopying up to A3 & laminating
Booking details for The Rural Hall
The Kilmadock Information and Heritage Centre is owned and managed by the Kilmadock Development Trust (KDT) Registered in Scotland, company number 210142. Scottish Charity number SC030459.
About the KDT
The Kilmadock Development Trust (KDT) was formed on 18 August 2000, from Stirling Council’s then ‘Community Futures’ programme for Doune and Deanston. It was a Kilmadock Community Council creation, which saw the need for a fund-raising organisation, which the KCC, as a consultative body, was not empowered to do.
The Trust has gone about achieving its aim by acting as a catalyst for many of the local groups within the community, and over the past ten years gathering the support of more than 100 active local volunteers. The Trust is a membership organization, with over 160 members. Membership is open to anyone who lives, works, or has an interest in the Kilmadock area. The Trust is managed by a board of Directors, all of whom are elected at an Annual General Meeting.
The Trust is a registered charity, and in the ten years since its formation has raised over £500,000 for projects benefiting the community.
JOIN KILMADOCK DEVELOPMENT TRUST
If you would like to get further involved in community or heritage activities pop into the KDT, give us a call or email Nigel Bishop (firstname.lastname@example.org). Anyone who lives or works in approx a five mile radius of Doune is eligible to become a member for a one-off fee of £1. If you would like to join, please complete an Application Form from the Information Centre.