It is a story which shows how the support received from around the globe, when combined with the dedication, enthusiasm and vision of so many in Dunblane, created an inspiring legacy. The history, the activities and the future of The Centre are all here, a testament to how one community, stunned by tragedy, ensured a positive future.
£10 - All profits will support The Dunblane Centre
To purchase, please pop in to pick up a copy at the Dunblane Centre
Mick North's daughter Sophie, and Pam Ross's daughter Joanna, were both victims at Dunblane Primary School in March 1996. Mick is a Patron of the Dunblane Centre. Pam worked at The Centre from 2006 - 2015, and is now on the board of trustees.
Nora Gilfillan was a member of the Dunblane Primary School Board in 1996 and was at the heart of the plans for a Youth Project and the development of The Centre. She was Project Co-ordinator, and currently serves on the board of trustees
|Monday to Friday||
9:30am - 8:30pm You’re very welcome to enjoy our drop-in coffee bar and Youth Area - open Mon-Fri from 9.30am
|Saturday||By arrangement - please call 01786 824224 to enquire|
|Sunday||By arrangement - please call 01786 824224 to enquire|
|Dunblane Youth and Sports Centre Trust, Registered charity in Scotland, number SC027397|
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