Google has a great number of scanned, archived newspapers and Kinbuck can be found among the search results.
Believe it or not 65 years ago yesterday on Tuesday 26th July 1949 tragedy befell the village when the Perkins Potato Crisp factory burned down, thankfully no one was injured but many were left unemployed.
Here is the article from The Glasgow Herald from Wednesday 27th July 1949.
The picture is taken from the archive of Kinbuck Village photos compiled by Dennis Mackie.
The Braco Show is this Saturday, 26th July.
Entry Fees:- Adults £6 – Children & OAPs £3 – Under 5s Free – Family Ticket £15 (2 Adults, 2 Children)
All sorts to see and do. Continue reading
There has been an accident involving a car on the B8033 just after of the Glassingall South Lodge corner heading towards Dunblane this morning and the road is blocked.
Police and Ambulance in attendance.
Please use an alternative route for the time being.
The Afternoon Tea event has been postponed until 30th August we apologise for any inconvenience. Further details will be sent out nearer the time.
Kinbuck Community Group
Just a note to say the Book Club schedule has been updated through until November.
If you are a member of the Book Club or are interested in taking part click here.
This should have been posted sooner but with 3 days still remaining…
We have our very own Open Studio in Kinbuck in Lesley Mann at High Craigton. Why not visit between 10am and 5pm this Friday, Saturday or Sunday.
Here is a link showing more of Lesley’s work.
Peacefully, at Randolph Hill Nursing Home, Dunblane after a long illness on Friday 30th May 2014, John (Jock), aged 84 years, formerly of Kinbuck. Dearly loved husband of the late Henrietta Den-Kaat, much loved father, grandfather and great grand father of the family.
Funeral Service at Ardoch Parish Church, Braco, on Monday 9th June at 10.30am, thereafter interment at Dunblane Cemetery at 11.30am to which friends are respectfully invited.