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Thistles Centre lifts ban on Nativity scenes!

I have just heard that the Thistles Centre has overturned their policy that prevented them allowing nativity scenes. From Sunday onwards, a nativity will be able to be created for the benefit of all passing shoppers.

Kerr backs prompt payment for Stirling's small businesses

Stirling’s MP has welcomed the support from the Committee for changes to be made to ensure our small businesses get their payments promptly.

 

Last week the Committee published its report into small businesses and productivity.

LNER to reinstate direct Stirling to London service

Stirling to London service is reinstated by LNER

 LNER will be reinstating its direct Stirling to London service from 9th December, following a temporary suspension of the service in the summer.

Community Broadband debate!

Today, I called my first Adjournment debate, giving me the opportunity to set out my case in full for easier access to Community Broadband for Scotland's communities.

Truecall: a device that blocks nuisance calls

From the Trading Standards Service, Stirling Council

TrueCall

Every day consumers receive thousands of unwanted marketing calls. For the majority the calls are quickly ended with no financial detriment or other harm befalling the telephone owner.

Braeport Memory Cafe

Older people with Dementia joined volunteers, young students, and local MP Stephen Kerr in a Dementia Memory Café at the Braeport Centre, Dunblane.