Welcome to The ‘Killearn Hoolie’ Can you believe it’s acclaimed ‘nu-folkbeen nearly two years rock’ band Skerryvore… since the last Killearn The main aim of the Hoolie? A lot has Hoolie was always happened in that time to bring the village (especially to me – together but with adding a new edition to the help of generous our family!) but now sponsors and public the 20-strong committee support in 2010 we were have re-united to bring able to cover our costs you The Killearn Hoolie and generate a surplus, 2012. And what a allowing us to make Hoolie we have in store donations to community as you will see looking organisations in Killearn through the pages of this (see page 36 for details). programme… definitely Hopefully this time something for everyone! around we will do as well and more The exciting redevelopment of the groups will benefit. Village Hall is underway – but we As you will appreciate, a huge amount decided to proceed anyway. of work has gone into making the We are hoping to build on the success ‘Killearn Hoolie’ happen. I must of the first Hoolie in 2010 with a take this opportunity to say a heartfelt whole week of events, starting with the ‘Thank You’ to all the committee introduction of the first Killearn Beer members new and old who have given Festival @ The Hoolie which kicks off up their valuable time to making all the the week on Saturday, 9th June. The events come together. following day sees the 5k/10k runs I also must also express our huge and the children’s races – including appreciation to the many local business the introduction of the Wee Hoolie for and individuals for their on-going pre-school kids held in the Park – on help and support and to those who Sunday, 10th June. After a series of have sponsored main events. We just associated events throughout the week couldn’t do it without you! – listed in this programme – the Gala The ‘Killearn Hoolie’ committee looks Day itself offers entertainment for all forward to welcoming you to all the the family ranging from the ‘Quack exciting activities planned throughout Commandos’ to a Climbing Wall and the week thereby supporting your much, much more!! village so that this event can go from The long-awaited Final Fling will top strength to strength. off a fantastic week, with delicious Jennifer Brown food and great entertainment from Scottish songbird Jill Jackson and the Chairperson Follow us 3
Hoolie Diary - the wee Sat 9th June Forest Schools Open Day Ballikinrain 10am & 1pm Hoolie Tennis Adult Tournament Tennis Club 1pm to 4pm All welcome Beer Festival Old Mill Car Park 4pm
Mon 11th June
Sun 10th June
Children’s Fun Run Start in The Park – 10am 5K/10K Fun Run Start at Black Bull – 11am Village Treasure Hunt Old Mill Car Park 3pm
Tue 12th June
Heron House Early Years Hoolie Hat making
Hoolie Ladies Bridge Event
Heron House Nursery Beech Drive Children and staff from Heron House only
Church Hall 1.30pm All Ladies welcome
There will be other events throughout the week, so please keep checking the website. www.killearnhoolie.com 4
eks events at a glance Wed 13th June
Thu 14th June
Mother & Toddlers Group Teddy Bear’s Picnic Killearn Park - 9.30 to 11am Mulberry Bush Montessori Graduation ceremony & Concert Church Hall – 10am Mulberry Bush only Brownies Hoolie Fun In The Park Killearn Park - 6.15 to 7.30pm Brownies only
Thursday Club Tea Party Church Hall 2-4pm Street Football Challenge Killearn Park 6.30pm
Cubs Mini Hoolie Olympics Killearn Park 7.30 to 8.45pm Cubs only
Active Stirling Walking Black Bull Car Park 2pm (prompt)
Fri 15th June
Sat 16th June
50th Anniversary Concert Primary School 9.45am & 1.45pm
GALA DAY The Glebe Grand Parade – 11.45am Fun for all!
Hoolie Tennis for Kidz Only for children who attend coaching.
“House Clearance” for Crossroads Charity 5pm till 8pm Mains of Branshogle Fintry Road Teas /coffee and treasures! All welcome Follow us
THE FINAL FLING The Glebe – 7.30pm Adults Only ...
FOREST SCHOOL OPEN DAY SESSIONS
Have you ever wanted to learn how to build an outdoor shelter or craft items using material from the forest floor? Ballikinrain will be running two forest schools taster sessions on Saturday 9th June on the Ballikinrain campus. These sessions will be of two hours duration and aimed at families within the local community. This is a free event as part of community events taking place in the lead up to the Hoolie Gala day on the 16th.There will be 12 places available on each session with a minimum age of 6 years. Children to be accompanied by adults, participants to dress
appropriately (waterproofs and sturdy boots/shoes).The forest schools team will provide light refreshments during the session and also provide transport to and from site. The first session will run from 10am to 12pm and anyone taking part should meet at the village hall Killearn for 9.30am. The second session will run from 1pm to 3pm with a pick up at the village hall for 12.30pm. For information on booking contact email@example.com For information on the forest schools sessionâ€™s firstname.lastname@example.org
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4pm – 10pm The Old Mill Inn (car park and garden) Balfron Road, Killearn, G63 9NJ
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Stewart Brewing, producers of Copper Cascade and Edinburgh Gold.
This first Killearn Beer Festival will feature a range of fabulous cask beers sourced from two superb breweries. A full list of the beers and tasting notes will be posted on the website during the week prior to the event. Food is available from the Old Mill’s inviting menu. It’s great value, too: a modest £3 entry fee, including a souvenir glass, and £1.30/half pint.
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LADIES HAVE YOU EVER WANTED TO PLAY BRIDGE? HOOLIE WEEK MONDAY CLUB BRIDGE SECTION
1pm – 4pm Killearn Tennis Club Strawberries and cream for sale Refreshments available Fun social tennis Non-members welcome Contact Morag on 550233
All ladies who play bridge at any level are invited for a fun afternoon on Tuesday, 12th June, 1.30pm in Killearn Church Hall. There is no need to have a partner, just come along and enjoy. Cost £2 per player and includes tea at the interval. For further information call Isobel Brown on 01360 550206. No prizes for best score, just playing for fun!
VILLAGE TREASURE HUNT
Strathendrick Rugby Club in association with The Killearn Hoolie invite you to join in this Family event. Walk around the village and solve the trail of cryptic clues! Sunday 10th June - 3pm meet in The Old Mill car park Prizes to be won! Adult entries £2 Children’s entries £1 Follow us
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10km Starts 11.15am (15 yrs & over on race day) • Nurturing environment Starts 11:30am (13 yrs & over on race day) active learning • Encouraging5km attitudes • Promoting positiveNote: Walkers should only enter the 5km • Supporting health and well-being Using curriculum for excellence •Multi-terrain (Tarmac, forest path, farm track, open grassland) • After school facility Entry Fee £12 (£10 SAL Members & entrants aged 13-15 years) A Nurturing and Learning Environment Heron House Early Years, 959 Crookston Rd, Glasgow, G53 7DT t: 0141 810 5777 e:email@example.com
Wee Hoolie 100m Starts 10:00am (Under 5 yrs on race day) Child 1 200m Starts 10:15am (5&6 yrs on race day) Child 2 500m Starts 10:30am (7–9 yrs on race day) Child 3 800m Starts 10:45am (10–12 yrs on race day) Park-based Terrain (Grassland) Entry Fee £4 10
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The Hoolie Fun Run is set to get pulses racing with an event designed to provide something for everyone from Killearn and beyond. For the walkers and joggers the 5k route is ideal, but for the experienced and competitive runners the 10k is more of a challenge! Younger runners can participate in age-appropriate running events based in the park in the centre of the village, commencing with the inaugural Wee Hoolie for the Under 5s.
There will be medals and prizes for winners in all the usual categories (and maybe some unusual ones!) and a superb Killearn Hoolie Fun Run T-shirt for all entrants.
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The Fun Run Route
The 10k and 5k runs will begin at the top of the village where entrants will be officially piped out from the Black Bull Hotel to the starting line by the War Memorial. Keeping to the same beautiful route as 2010, the trail will take runners down the main street through Killearn and then past some stunning local scenery along the historic pipeline track. Following the hills to Dumgoyne the route returns via Ibert Road and the centre of the village to finish in the park. Follow us
FANCY A WALK IN HOOLIE WEEK? Active Stirling Walking Network Thursday afternoon walk in Killearn Thu 14th June - 2pm prompt! Black Bull Car Park (Rear) Community based short walks around Killearn and Blanefield, lasting approx 45 minutes. All ages and backgrounds welcome. Contact Shelagh (550836) or Tricia Cumming (03000280101). Schedules located in Surgery and Pharmacy or see website. www.activestirling.org.uk/walk-about-stirling
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The Thursday Club’s Drop in Tea Party
STREET FOOTBALL IS BACK Prove your street is the best in Killearn with the Killearn Football Club Street Football Challenge. Thu 14th June Kick off – 6.30pm Killearn Park In 2010 Lampson Road saw off all who challenged them to become the first champions of this fun football event. However the real winners on the night were all who took part and turned up to support their street. This event is open to everyone, and we mean everyone! In 2010 we had participants as young as 5 and as old as you like... We also had a number of fantastic ‘creative’ strips on the night – take a look at the gallery at www.killearnhoolie.co.uk to see what we mean. Rules: 5 players (and up to 5 subs) At least one player under 12 At least one player over 40 A smile on your face!
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To enter a team or to find out more contact Colin Banks (551114) or James Beaton (550701). All teams will get a minimum of 3 games on the night.
Hoolie Nail Bar
Laura Bruce of Little Boutique has very kindly offered to run the Nail Bar at this year’s Hoolie. So why not come along on the day and be pampered in our stylish Hoolie Nail Bar where we will be offering mini manicures with a great selection of nail colours, gem stones and nail tattoos. Even better, why not try out our Glitter tattoos, or get the ‘Jessie J’ look with our fab Lip tattoos! We look forward to welcoming you to Little Boutique for some Hoolie Glitz and Glamour!
Bottles for the Bottle Stall Home Baking for the Jubilee Tearoom
Donations can be handed in to the Church hall from 3.30pm ’til 8pm on Friday, 15th June or on the morning of the Gala Day from 8am.
THE LITTLE FAWN PUPPET THEATRE
Introducing a caravan with the heart and soul of a theatre. Britain’s first-ever touring puppet theatre in a caravan will be appearing at this year’s Killearn Hoolie Gala Day. The Little Fawn Theatre is a classic 1968 Cheltenam caravan which has been lovingly converted by Puppet & Object Theatre company, Sokobauno, into a magical travelling miniature theatre for children and adults. Come & enjoy the performances of Puppeteer Shane Connolly & friends in this one-of-a-kind travelling show which will entertain the whole family. www.sokobauno.com Follow us
HAPPY BIRTHDAY KILLEARN PRIMARY SCHOOL! During the Hoolie Week Killearn Primary School will be celebrating the 50th anniversary of moving down to the present site in the village and 10 years in the new building. There has been a school in Killearn since 1875 – the ‘Old Nursery School’ just off Main St. In May 1962, the school moved to the present site, to a new, modern, purpose built – but very soon too small – building! Soon a motley selection of huts and mobile buildings appeared to house the ever-expanding numbers of children in the village. Finally, after many years of waiting and lobbying by parents, the present refurbished and expanded school opened in 2002.
We hope to have an exhibition of photographs on display and an opportunity for former pupils to look at the old Registers and Log Books to find themselves and relive their memories, good or otherwise, of their time at Killearn Primary School. Primary 2/1 have also been working with Bill MacLeod on the media project involving some of our past pupils and we hope to be able to share some of this work with you, too. An invitation to see round the school and view the work being done by today’s pupils on the theme of ‘The Olympic Games’ is also extended. So keep Friday the15th free and join us to help mark this special occasion. Pat MacCowan Headteacher
To celebrate these momentous landmarks in the school’s history, we are planning to present a concert, reflecting the years since the move. Dig out your Hippie Gear, Beatle Cuts and Dallas Shoulder Pads and join us on
Why don’t you look back at the short films made about the Hoolie in 2010, by the then Primary 4 class?
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HOOLIE YOUNG FUND RAISERS See what some of our young people are doing to help raise money
Hoolietastic Tuck Shop We are Harry and Angus and we are going to run the Hoolie Tuck Shop. There will be a pick ‘n’ mix selection, soft drinks and a variety of sweets to choose from all for a good price! So save up your money and let’s hope it’s sunny on the Killearn Hoolie Gala Day!
STRAWBERRIES & CREAM FOR INDIA Fraser Boland and I are selling strawberries and cream at a stall to raise money for a trip to the Indian Himalayas.
Three boys in a boat Look out for a group of young rowers who are planning to row 100km on the Glebe during Gala Day to raise funds for the Hoolie. Taking turns on a ‘Concept 2’ rowing machine, Ben Cartwright (15), Morgan Serpell (14) and Finlay Watson (14), will row in 10km sessions. They will be pushing their physical and mental ability to the limit and hope to set a record of endurance for the Under-16 age group. Donate on the day by dropping some coins into their bucket. The row starts at 6am and hopefully ending around 4pm in the afternoon.
Once there, we will help build a greenhouse, as the cold mountain climate doesn’t allow crops to grow in winter. This will help the locals to generate income and get food when poor weather causes the region to be cut off from the rest of the world. I have already run stalls at two car boot sales, started my first-ever job at Heron House and planned a sponsored fancy-dress ascent of Ben Nevis with Fraser.
We hope to serve you at our stall, and that you have a great Hoolie! Callum Watson 15
On the day of the Hoolie we will be cooking our own Aberdeen Angus steak burgers along with the famous ‘Hoolie Burger’: a blend of Aberdeen Angus rump steak, cumin and coriander. All our produce is from our own herd, and every burger is made at EdenMill and hand pressed by our own butchers, Jim and Neil. So why don’t you come along and try the best ‘Hoolie Burger’ in town!
Tom Lewis Tom Lewis from Monachyle Mhor Hotel will be giving cooking demonstrations during the day in the Main Marquee. Tom has been described as having the puppy-like enthusiasm of a young Jamie Oliver, the winning self-doubts of an early Nigella, and Ramsay’s sense of theatre.
Iain R. Spink’s Original Smokies From Arbroath
Iain R. Spinks ‘Original Smokies From Arbroath’ brings you an authentic replication of an ancient traditional craft. Iain is a fifth generation Arbroath Smokie maker employing the same methods that were used in the late 1800s. The fish are gutted at sea, washed, boxed and after auction at the fish market, they are ‘headed and sounded’ – sounding being the local name given to the thorough cleaning of the fish. They are dry salted, left for a few hours, then washed off, tied by the tail in ‘pairs’ and hung on special sticks. The fish are then smoked over a halved whisky cask, inside which a hardwood log fire of beech and oak has been lit. A dampened hessian cover allows the fire to breathe and maintain the required heat and humidity. The cooking time is usually a minimum of 30–40 minutes but only an experienced smokie maker knows exactly when they are ready! The freshly cooked smokies can be eaten on the spot (the best way!), or taken home to be enjoyed later. For information and recipes, visit www.arbroathsmokies.net
The Hoolie Gala Day Saturday 16th June 2012
A full programme of events has been lined up for the day on The Glebe. In keeping with tradition, the Gala Day will kick off with a procession up Main Street led by the Strathendrick Pipe Band and our local classic cars, with the Gala King and Queen on hand to help with royal duties! At 12pm the Gala will officially open and the fun will begin… A variety of entertainment for all ages will be on offer and the Main Marquee will host the Hoolie Market, with a range of stalls for you to peruse at your leisure. There will also be tasting and blending sessions from Glengoyne Distillery, one of our main sponsors, who will also be selling a specially labelled bottle of Glengoyne ‘Hoolie Whisky’ as a keep sake of your day. In the main ring you will be able to enjoy a range of activities including • Highland Dancing • The Quack Commandos • Strathendrick Pipe Band • Tug Of War Also not to be missed is a performance by Get Reel, climbing wall, bouncy castle, face painting, the Little Fawn If you would like to enter a team into the
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Puppet Company, Beat the Goalie, Soak the Parent, Chip-in Challenge, bottle stall, Top Gear challenge, Hoolie Tuck Shop, Wellie Throwing, Softplay for Under 5’s, Hook a Duck, Play Your Cards Right, plants and vegetables, Book Bug story sessions and a chance to get your hands on local history with David Smith from the Smith Art Gallery & Museum and many more family favourites. HOOLIE HELPERS REQUIRED 16th June 2012,Killearn Glebe. This will be a fantastic fun family day for everyone but like all these events we need helpers on the day. Could you be a Hoolie helper? Please contact Jennifer Brown (550681) or Joanna Donaldson (550536).
Hoolie Art Competition This year the art competition will be open to all children aged between 3 and 16 years, who live within Killearn Parish. There will be four different categories: 3 to 5yrs, 6 to 9yrs, 10 to 12yrs and 13 to 16yrs. Rosettes will be awarded to the top 3 in each category.
Jubilee Tea Room
On the day of the Hoolie Gala the tea room will take on a traditional street party feel to pay homage to the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.
• The piece of art must be no bigger than A3 size (420mm x 297mm).
Along with a selection of cakes and a good oldfashioned cuppa you will be able to view the entries to our art competition and see how local children interpret the Queen through art. The Jubilee Tea Room will be situated in the Church Hall and will run from 12.00 ’til 3.30pm with volunteers from the Church and Guides. So come along and step back in time at the Killearn Hoolie Jubilee Tea Room.
• You may use any kind of medium to create your piece – mosaic, water colour, paint, pencils, collage, etc.
The theme of this year’s art exhibition is ‘The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee’ and all pieces of art will be displayed in our Jubilee Tea Room on the afternoon of the Hoolie. Here are some things you need to know:
• Entries must be handed into the Killearn Church Hall on Friday 15th June 2012 between 4pm and 8pm. A slip will be provided for your details. • Judging will take place on the morning of the Hoolie and the judge’s decision is final.
Come and meet Bookbug at the Hoolie Gala Day and join in with our fun rhymes, songs and stories. Bring a grown-up too! For children aged 0 - 4 years.
• Entries must be collected between 3.30pm and 4pm on the afternoon of the Hoolie, 16th June 2012. So why don’t you get creative with our Diamond Jubilee theme and enter our Hoolie Art Competition.
The Quack Commandos
The Quack Commandos Road Show is presented by the Scottish Sheepdog School based at Kinlochard in The Trossachs. This hilarious road show demonstrates the skill and speed of the Border Collie in action with a flock of Indian Runner ducks. The sheepdogs guide the ducks round a course of obstacles named after the four home nations. After putting the ducks round the course, our shepherds then invite teams of six members of the public onto the course to see if they can move the ducks as efficiently as the sheepdogs! The complete show lasts for approx 40 minutes and can be repeated. Children have the opportunity of meeting both dogs and ducks at the end of the show. The Quack Commandos are a self-
contained, mobile show – all we require is a suitable area of ground, preferably grassed, on which to perform. The show travels all over Scotland, including the islands, every year, performing at agricultural shows, game fairs, horse trials and gymkhanas, fêtes, gala days, and private and corporate functions. To book us contact: Fergus Wood tel: 01877 387219 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
CLIMB NEW HEIGHTS AT THE HOOLIE Have you ever wanted to try rock climbing, but never had the opportunity? Well now is your chance to experience the excitement and thrills of the Climb It Glasgow mobile wall at the Killearn Hoolie Gala Day on Saturday 16th June! The wall is suitable for climbers of all ages, from 5 to 95 (so no excuses that you are too old!) and with four different rock climbing faces 7m high it’s ideal for first time climbers and the more experienced! So why don’t you ease yourself into the world of extreme sports and get a bird’s eye view of the goings on at the Killearn Hoolie Gala Day from new heights! To find out more go to www.climbitglasgow.com
Gala Day Programme 11.30am 11.45am
Strathendrick Pipe Band, Classic Cars, The Killearn Hoolie Gala King and Queen and Fancy Dress entrants assemble in Beech Drive. Grand Parade – from Beech Drive to The Glebe
Main Ring Events 12.15pm 12.30pm 12.45pm 1.00pm 1.30pm 2.00pm 2.30pm 2.45pm 3.15pm 3.45pm 4.00pm
Opening Ceremony Fancy Dress Competition Best Classic Car of the Day, Quack Commandos Strathendrick Pipe Band Quack Commandos Highland Dancing Strathendrick Pipe Band Quack Commandos Tug Of War Final/Prize Presentation of prizes for Wellie Throwing, Beat the Goalie, Top Gear Challenge and main raffle. The Killearn Hoolie Day Programme Finishes
Car Parking Car parking for blue badge holders will be available in the Church Car Park. There will be no parking outside Mullberry Bush Kindergarten or The Old Mill. The Hoolie Committee would encourage everyone living within the village to walk to the Glebe.
Children’s Fancy Dress Parade Children from 0 – 12 years are invited to take part in a Fancy Dress Parade at The Killearn Hoolie. Children may either take part in the Grand Parade from Beech Drive to The Glebe for the opening ceremony or meet at The Glebe at 12 noon. The meeting point for those wanting to take part in the Parade will be Heron House Car Park – at 11.30am. Prizes will be awarded for 2 age groups: 0–6 years and 7–12 years. Judging will take place after the opening ceremony at 12.15pm.
The Hoolie Bank
The Killearn Hoolie Committee are opening The Hoolie Bank for one day only! Most of the children’s stalls cost only 50p each – so avoid lots of coins being carried around we will be running an exchange bank where parents can purchase a number of 50p tokens which can be used on a variety of stalls. Hoolie Tokens can be used at any stall displaying this sign and the Hoolie Bank will be located at the Entrance Gate.
Fortune Quack Smith Commandos Gallery Teller
Beer Tent Glengoyne Distillery
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Hook a duck Face Painting / Tattoos Soak the Parent Balloons Soft Play Area Book Bugs
Bottle Stall Hoolie Tuck Shop Kids Tombola Play Your Cards Right Top Gear Challenge
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Saturday 16th June 2012 7.30pm – 12.30am The week-long celebrations will finish with a fabulous finale: The Hoolie: The Final Fling! A unique gathering of all the ‘Casual Kilted Gents and Bonnie Lassies’ to enjoy the ultimate village party on The Glebe. The evening will start with: • Welcome cocktails courtesy of Glengoyne Distillery • A selection of canapés by The Old Mill Inn • Laid back sounds from local musicians • Paisley-born Scottish songbird Jill Jackson • Multi-award-winning ‘nu-folkrock’ band Skerryvore • The Old Mill will be running the bar all evening and providing a delicious Scottish stand-up supper of haggis, neeps & tatties
• Grand auction and the unique ‘Hoolie’ silent auction The must have tickets cost £25 per person. Dress Code: Casual Kilts & Bonnie Lassies The Marquee will once again be beautifully dressed by Luci @ Events Décor.
Please remember to bring your tickets on the night.
Supporting act - Jill Jackson Jill Jackson is a singer songwriter from Paisley who has been described in the Nashville press as the ‘Scottish Songbird’. As a solo artist her sound is far removed from the music she made as the front-woman of rock band Speedway, with whom she scored two top ten hits in 2004. From rock chick to country girl, Jill has been gigging and recording as a solo artist since 2005.
Not only a talented performer, Jill is also known for her work as a songwriter and former Spice Girl Melanie C cut two of Jill’s songs for her fourth solo album in 2007. After spending the latter part of 2008 on a ‘50 States in 50 Days’ tour of the U.S., Jill returned to ‘T In The Park’ Festival in July 2009 – her first appearance as a solo artist. 24
Her profile continued to grow throughout 2009 into 2010 with a television appearance on STV’s TheHour in January to promote her 2010 Celtic Connections gig at Glasgow’s Classic Grand. Jill continued gigging throughout 2010, including an appearance at the Wickerman Festival in July of that year. In December 2010 Jill supported Runrig on their UK Winter tour, closely followed by a tour with Glasgow band Glasvegas in January 2011. In both cases Jill was playing to brand new audiences and didn’t take long to win them over with her rich vocals, engaging lyrics and a rare ability to connect with audiences everywhere. Jill’s work has also attracted the attention of the television and film industry, with her song ‘Just Not Myself’ being featured in the penultimate episode of BBC Three’s Lip Service in December 2010. Her current album is ‘Back to Zero’ released in 2011. We look forward to welcoming Jill to The Final Fling 2012
Main Band - Skerryvore
Soul-gripping songs, blazing bagpipes, fiddles and accordions, electrically fused with the urban sounds of rock and funk – Skerryvore are a multi-award-winning Scottish band creating a ‘nu-folk-rock’ fusion for the 21st century.
Skerryvore formed in 2005 on the Isle of Tiree in Scotland’s Inner Hebrides. From traditional roots the band have developed both in size and sound to create a Alec unique fusion of their traditional music and songs with the urban sounds of rock and funk. With their outstanding musicianship and the mesmirising voice of singer Alec Dalglish, Skerryvore have become an international sensation, performing worldwide in cities such as Chicago, Beijing, Shanghai, Amsterdam, Brussels, Milan, Prague, Dubai, as well as performances at premier festivals such as ‘T in the Park’.
The band’s highly anticipated 3rd album, ‘Skerryvore’ was released in July 2010, receiving sensational reviews from respected media and also awarded ‘Record of the Year’ at Scottish New Music Awards. This has seen the band achieve album sales of over 20,000 whilst also being awarded album of the month on the BBC Radio Scotland’s ‘Celtic Connections’ International Broadcast. “We may well have found a Runrig for the 21st Century” The Herald Follow us
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The Killearn Hoolie Needs YOU! To make all the events run as smooth and as safely as possible we need several volunteers to work alongside the Killearn Hoolie committee. Do you think you could be a Hoolie Helper? Here are some ways you can get involved... The Beer Festival @ The Hoolie Saturday 9th June 4pm till 10pm Could you help set up/tidy up? Contact Clare Cottle 07812 085779 Hoolie 10k and Fun Run Sunday 10th June 10am till 1pm Could you be a Marshall? Contact Mary Fraser 07718 931789
Hoolie Gala Set Up Day Friday 15th June 10am onwards Could you help set up the Glebe? Contact Jennifer Brown 550681 The Hoolie Gala Day Saturday 16th June 10am onwards Could you be a marshall for the parade, look after a stall, setup and/or tidy up? Contact Jennifer Brown 550681
Thank you for your support Killearn helps the Hoolie help community activity The 2010 Killearn Hoolie was a tremendous success: the programme proved really popular and all events were really well attended. As a result – and thanks to the support and generosity of local people and businesses – the Hoolie made a surplus and some of these funds have been used to assist other community activities in the village. Well done Killearn – you made all this possible: one of the groups aims is to promote community collaboration – and you helped the Hoolie help make this happen!
Donations have been made to : • Monday Bridge Club for bidding boxes; • Killearn Toddlers Group for arts materials; • Killearn Primary School for a visiting professional drama performance; • Killearn Brownies for transport costs to camp; • Get Reel for the purchase of instruments; • Killearn Football Club for new portable goal posts; • All Killearn Archive for the telephone box project; • Killearn Golden Years Club for their activities and annual dinner; • Killearn Guides for tents.
Wishing all a successful Killearn Hoolie week • Conveyancing • Agricultural Tenancies and Partnerships • Purchase and Sale of Farms and Estates • Wills, Trusts and Executries • Tax Planning
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The Killearn Hoolie has received a generous donation as part of Clydesdale Bank’s Staff Volunteer Grant Programme. Dougie Bell, an IT Manager with the Bank, applied for a Staff Volunteer Grant from Clydesdale Bank as part of his work producing the Killearn Hoolie programme booklet. This year 2,500 copies of the 40-page programme will be distributed to households in Killearn and the surrounding area before the community week of events on 9th– 16th June 2012, and this donation will 38
help towards the printing costs. Clydesdale Bank’s Staff Volunteer Grants Programme funds charitable initiatives that its employees are passionate about. Employees can apply for a grant of up to £500 if they are involved with local community groups in their own time. The money helps the groups continue their work in the local community. The staff grants are provided through the Yorkshire & Clydesdale Bank Foundation, a registered charity established by the Banks in 2008.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The Killearn Hoolie is grateful to all our advertisers, sponsors and benefactors for their generous support, in particular Glengoyne Distillery The Killearn Hoolie supported by Arnold Clark Heron House Early Years Endrick Property Ian and Sandra Fraser Clydesdale Bank The Killearn Community MacEwen Falconer & Co. Ltd Futures Company is a Scimitar Engineering charitable company set Sterling Cold Storage Ltd up in 2003 to involve the community of Killearn in D S McG Ltd making the village an even Energy Efficient Cooling Ltd better place to live. Hartmann Media Ltd It comprises a number of separate autonomous groups, Apex Generators each with its own finance Events Decor to carry out a particular Breeze Creative Design Consultants community project. Current groups include: the Paths Park Life Group, the Woodland Group, The Old Mill the Archive Group, the Village Hall Development Group, The Oakwood Garden Centre Courier, the Playpark group Tom Hodgkinson and, of course, The Killearn Hoolie! The Black Bull We would also like to acknowledge all the time, effort and enthusiasm contributed by many local people, businesses and organisations that has made The Killearn Hoolie possible; in particular, all those on the Hoolie Committees and our Chairperson, Jennifer Brown. Follow us
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