Town Tour

Lornshill 2009Education

The town has four primary schools – St. Bernadette’s, Abercromby, Banchory and St. Serf’s – with young people also attending the local high school Lornshill Academy

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Tullibody ChurchesChurches

St Serf’s Church is a charmingly simple Norman-style church in the village of Tullibody of Clackmannanshire.
The church dates back from 1904. The nave and side aisles are separated by five pillared arches, apse and transepts and an open dressed-timber roof while the windows are decorated with stained glass by Stephen Adam and Norman M McDougall.
Ministers: Rev Bill Izett (Locum) and Rev S. Raby (Interim Moderator)

Saint Bernadette’s Roman Catholic Parish Church A modern church built in 1963, Saint Bernadette’s serves the towns of Tullibody and Cambus in the west of Clackmannanshire in Scotland. The church has close links with St. Bernadette’s RC Primary school in Tullibody and with St Modan’s RC High School in Stirling.
Parish Priest: Father Michael Freyne MHM

 

 


Heritage CentreHeritage

The Heritage Centre is run by Tullibody History Group and tells the story of the village and neighbouring Cambus. Displays look at their long history and include a model of Tullibody and the railway, an old schoolroom, as well as archives rarely seen before. There is something here to interest everyone of all ages.

The Heritage Centre was opened by George Reid, Presiding Officer of the Scottish Parliament (A Tullibody Lad) in 2004

The History Group have  been collecting information on lots of families who have resided in Tullibody and Cambus from the 1700s to the present day. We have an A-Z  selection of files containing some births, deaths and marriages, also photographs and memorabilia. If anyone would like to add their pictures or stories, please contact us.

A great venue with a vast amount of local historical information

Tullibody Heritage Centre is a fantastic resource if you are at all interested in any element of the local area’s history. Family history is a speciality and the assistance given can be extraordinary. The Group which run this was awarded the Queen’s Award for Community Service in 2015. They are all volunteers but most have encyclodaedic knowledge of the local area and its inhabitants and activities. And its free – although you really should make a donation towards their work. Their coffee’s not bad either.

 


Community

Our Civic Centre is one of the busiest community facilities in Clackmannanshire. It is home to many local groups. Martial arts, Wrestling, fitness classes and slimming groups. Used by Tullibody football club, it houses the changing areas for the 2 full size football pitches and a small training pitch. It provides facilities for a number of local community groups and caters for the over 50’s and the under 5’s to meet throughout the day, evenings and weekends. It has substantial space for public and private functions. It is home to our public library, Tullibody History group and our Heritage Centre.

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ParkLeisure

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Delph PondThe Delph Pond

The Delph Pond is located on open space between Delph Wynd, Alloa Road and Delph Road in Tullibody. It is an area of natural beauty and is listed as one of 8,146 locations within the British Isles as a “Breathing Place which will inspire and motivate you to create and care for nature-friendly green spaces where you live.”

The pond is surrounded on three sides by residential housing. On the west side, it is bordered by a substantial woodland area, which is used for education purposes, nature walks and various events.

The area has seen an increase in people visiting and using the facilities, particularly the picnic area.

Wildlife
Even the local swans have increased, as the pair who inhabit the pond have produced three cygnets since 2009 and in 2013 they have produced eight cygnets who can be seen walking around the pond.

Frogs have also been seen hopping about following the successful transfer of spawn from another pond.

A heron is also now a frequent visitor to the pond.

 

 

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