Social media accounts
You can view a variety of our Social Media post on You Tube, Flikr, Twitter and Facebook here.
Social media allows us to provide you with important and meaningful information through a variety of platforms. Our acceptable use policy applies to all our social media content.
Please choose the icons to visit any of our social media pages:
Find out more about the latest council news and What's On in Stirling including councillor surgeries and a variety of events. We also post alerts for you about severe weather affecting Stirling, travel disruption or disruption to services. You can read campaigns and find out about job opportunities on our facebook and twitter posts.
What's happening in your local library. Find out here about your libraries and archives service
Our Ranger service aim to connect people with places.
- Ensure a warm welcome and provide support to help people enjoy the outdoors
- Increase awareness, understanding, care and responsible use of our natural and cultural heritage
- Support the sustainable management and use of the outdoors to meet a range of social, economic and environmental objectives
Find out more about the Ranger service
Providing a local voice for young people with shared interests in an effective way to raise important subjects and discuss concerns on issues and services that affect everyday lives.
Twitter account for Skills & Youth Employment Training
Keep up to date with what's going on at the Tolbooth, Stirling's venue for art and culture. Find out more about the Stirling's Tolbooth
Stirling's Concert venue · Performances, Theatre, Conferences, Exhibitions and Bands & musicians Visit the official Albert Halls website for more information.
Classes for adults and families in literacy, numeracy, English (ESOL),
ICT, workplace training, languages, arts and crafts, creative writing and more.
All dogs available for adoption require an adoption fee of £77. This includes, vaccinations and microchipping. Home checks will be performed for each dog.
Early Years Collaborative - Stirling and Clackmannanshire
The Early Years Collaborative is a Scottish Government multi-agency improvement programme set up to improve outcomes for children and families by encouraging frontline practitioners to undertake small tests of change using an improvement methodology to change the way we deliver services.
The purpose of the Stirling/Clacks twitter page is to ensure that local practitioners are engaged, are kept up to date about the programme, upcoming events and to enthuse and motivate.
Stirling Doors Open Day and Archaeology Month is HERE! Doors Open Day is a free event which allows visitors into buildings that are not normally open to the public. There are participating buildings throughout the Stirling Council area
Arts, music heritage and culture in Stirling Council Libraries - Culture Stirling is the home of the Tolbooth, Albert Halls and Stirling's Libraries. Your guide to events, activities and performances throughout Stirling.
Play, Care and Learning inside out and outside in - keep up to date with the Superbus, play parks and more.
If you are looking to invest in Scotland then contact the Invest in Stirling team to find out more about how we can support your business to establish, relocate or expand within the Stirling area.
With the Rivers Allan, Forth, Carron and Devon on the doorstep, there's a wealth of great fishing to be found in the Stirling area.
The salmon fishing season on the Forth runs from 1 February-31 October. The trout season runs from 15 March-6 October.
Please note that Stirling and Clackmannanshire Council Trading Standards Service does not currently accept complaints and/or enquiries via this Facebook site. Please contact us using our e-mail address - firstname.lastname@example.org