Welcome

Welcome to issue 7 of the Wee Vine

We publish this edition during the fantastic heat wave hitting the UK. This has been wonderful for all the outdoor events featured in this issue including the Kippen Street Fayre and Open Gardens. Many thanks to our band of photographers covering the events. June Waley, Annabel Griffin and Kath Ferguson. We will feature more photographs on our website edition.

Thanks to our school reporters keeping us up to date with all the interesting stories.

Check out the events section for forthcoming happenings and the important message from the Woodland Group in Community Affairs.

We have 2 new supporters of The Wee Vine- Computer Division and Judyjamjar- Thanks for your support..

I hope that we will have more club news in the next edition. This is your news magazine and we need input from everyone.

There is a lot happening in Kippen so we need your stories (with Pictures. Min 1 MB) as soon as possible or you will miss the deadline for the next issue. If we cannot fit everything in the printed version it will appear on the website – https://theweevine.org

Deadline for the next issue is 30 September.

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Welcome

Welcome to issue 6 of The Wee Vine.

This issue has a special feature about the Kippen Vine and picture coverage of the Beast from the East throughout the magazine. Many thanks to the contributors- June Waley, Di Blackmore, David Price, Gordon Bell and Keith Levin. It was a spectacular moment in time throughout the Village. We are always looking for front cover photographs, so send your images to our email address stating cover pic. Minimum 1 MB.

In this issue we have a new section covering Business News. If you missed inclusion in this issue – please send your articles to us no later than 30 June to be included in the next publication.

There is a lot happening in Kippen so we need your stories (with Pictures. Min 1 MB) as soon as possible or you will miss the deadline for the next issue. If we cannot fit everything in the printed version it will appear on the website – https://theweevine.org

Your feedback about the Wee Vine is important to us so please get in touch with your comments/ideas for this year.

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Welcome

Welcome to issue 5 of The Wee Vine.

We are 1 year old, how time flies. Thanks to everyone involved in the production of The Wee Vine.

Once again, we thank our supporters who make it possible to publish your magazine. Also to the contributors.

In this issue we have a special feature from Torin Price who is volunteering in the Solomon Islands.

There is an update on the Kingsburn Windfarm Windfall plus events including Classics at Kippen, Pumpkins at Arnprior and the Vintage Market. There is more info on the Kippen Kirkyard Project as well plus all the news from our Primary School.

We were hoping for more club events but all we have are the Curling, Golf and Bowling Clubs.

There is a lot happening in Kippen so we need your stories (with Pictures. Min 1 MB) as soon as possible or you will miss the deadline which for the next issue is 31 March. If we cannot fit everything in the printed version it will appear on the website – https://theweevine.org

Your feedback about the Wee Vine is important to us so please get in touch with your comments/ideas for this year.

Send to enquiries@theweevine.org   If you wish to donate go to https://theweevine.org/donations/

Copy deadline for the next issue is 31 March

Cover photograph supplied by Ali Thom

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Welcome

Welcome to issue 4 of The Wee Vine.

In this packed issue there is a special feature about Flanders Moss plus an update on The Kingsburn Windfarm payment to the village. This is something everyone should read and be involved in the process. We will continue to keep you up to date with information.

We also report on the Flower Show, Heritage/Open Doors days plus all the club info, School reports and, for the foodies, a Thai inspired recipe.

Remember to check the events pages for your diary dates.

There is a lot happening in Kippen so we need your stories (with Pictures. Min 1 MB) as soon as possible or you will miss the deadline which for the next issue is 29 December. If we cannot fit everything in the printed version it will appear on the website – https://theweevine.org

Your feedback about the Wee Vine is important to us so please get in touch with your comments/ideas for next year.

Send to enquiries@theweevine.org   If you wish to donate go to https://theweevine.org/donations/

Cover photo supplied by Michael Loughray.