PLEASE NOTE GREIG AND CHRIS NOW WON’T BE MAKING IT ALONG. NO GUEST SPEAKERS AT THIS MONTHS MEETING NOW. SORRY FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE CAUSED.
Morag Fulton, Equalities and disabilities officer of City of Stirling SNP Branch would like to invite all SNP members with or interested in disabilities to this month’s informal drop in session at the Burgh Coffee shop, King Street, Stirling, from 18:00 to 20:00 on Thursday Evening (5th Oct).
The day before conference, Saturday October 7th, the SNP Equalities Day will be held in The SEC Centre in Glasgow.
Morag Fulton, Vice convenor and equalities and disabilities officer of City of Stirling SNP Branch would like to invite all SNP members with or interested in disabilities to this month’s informal drop in session at the Burgh Coffee shop, King Street, Stirling, from 18:00 to 20:00 on Thursday Evening (7th […]
Just the usual wee reminder that tonight will the August branch meeting at the Golden Lion Hotel in King Street, Stirling.
This meeting is open to City of Stirling members and those from further afield too, so don’t be shy, come along you will be made warmly welcome.
Tonight is July’s Branch meeting at the Golden Lion Hotel. We look forward to seeing a big turn out, as we have a special guest speaker, the Wee Ginger Dug himself, Paul Kavanagh. The Meeting starts at 19:30 all members new and old are welcome.
Hot on the heels of our successful Robert the Bruce Dinner, we are announcing things a tiny wee bit earlier than usual, we have a lot happening so diaries and calendars at the ready! March Branch Meeting This week as you will maybe have guessed is the monthly branch meeting […]
Equalities Officer and Vice-Convenor or City of Stirling Branch, Morag Fulton would like to announce that the next Disabilities drop in sessions will be on Thursday 2nd March at 6pm at the Burgh Coffeehouse on King Street.
Thursday 2nd February saw the Stirling University Scottish Nationalist Association (SUSNA) host the SNP International Affairs spokesperson of the House of Commons, the MP for Gordon Alex Salmond. Distributing well over three-hundred tickets, the lecture theatre was packed to the rafters as party members, students and members of the public took their seats to hear Salmond’s take on Brexit, and the direction the SNP would see the UK government take.