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Fireworks coming to Bridge of Allan on the 4th of November

Remember, remember the 4th November! The Round Table Fireworks spectacular with music from Hue and Cry, supported by Robert Robertson, is revealed!! Tickets available from next week, when we will also be launching a 'like and share' competition to win fireworks tickets. See you all there...

We hope you had fun guessing the band and having fun with us on facebook.

If you missed it the clues were.

They hail from Glasgow, and have released 13 studio albums, 4 live albums and 4 compliations. Predominantly releasing music in the late 80's and early 90's, a couple of their albums have dabbled in jazz and have covered the likes of Stevie Wonder.

How well did you do?

Every year Stirling and Bridge of Allan Round Table welcome over 8000 people to Stirling’s only fireworks spectacular. Having raised over £75,000 in the last 10 years our aim is to ensure our community has a safe bonfire night with entertainment that everyone will enjoy.

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About us

We are a group of friends who contribute to our local community by organising events, fundraising and supporting local worthy causes in Stirling and Bridge of Allan.

We also find time to have a good time.


Making a difference...

Each year Stirling and Bridge of Allan Round Table raise in excess of £8000 from the events we organise and ensure that every single penny is donated to local charities and community groups.


Local community groups we have supported

  • Boys Brigade
  • Chalkys Gym
  • Cornton Primary School
  • Plus Stirling
  • Start Up Stirling
  • Riverside Football Club

Our Santa Cause...

Each year Stirling & Bridge of Allan Roundtable bring Santa Clause to your streets. With the help of his elves, Santa’s sleigh ride brings Christmas cheer to all and raises over £2500 which buys 250 meals for less privileged families in our area.

Want to be an elf this year?

Grants can be used for any purpose that makes a difference to the local community in Stirling, Bridge of Allan and Dunblane

Every year we spend that money in the communities where we raise it and past donations have included support for local schools, toddler groups, Christmas vouchers for vulnerable groups, youth clubs, sports clubs, community councils and much more. But we know that there are many community groups out there doing good work that we never hear about. That’s why we decided to build on the success of the first four years of our Grants Fund to give those groups the chance to ask for funding to do a bit extra for their community.

Grant Fund 2016 Form
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