Coronavirus customer update Tuesday 17th March 2020
In accordance with Government advice and as advised by Stirling Council, Active Stirling will close all facilities at The PEAK and Forthbank (including all outdoor pitches) and stop all other Active Stirling operations across Stirling from 10pm tonight until further notice.
All Active Stirling activities, events, programmes and bookings at these facilities (including Active Stirling activities at all Stirling secondary schools) and the other Stirling Council /community venues we manage are also cancelled from 10pm tonight until further notice.
As a priority we urge you not to attend The PEAK or any other Active Stirling venue/service today with immediate effect in line with the latest Government guidelines issued.
As we step down all our operations today and prepare for full scale closure, we will try to run all activities at The PEAK as usual today, but this is subject to change.
We have cancelled our room booking for the AGM in response to the advice given by the Government. We have also requested that the remaining games of the season be cancelled and this has now been actioned. This impacts the Alex Reid Memorial competition, the final Hendry match and the Closing Bonspiel. The matches will not be played regardless for everyone's safety.
Sally-Ann and Alastair Christmas powered Team Ainslie to victory in the Muirhead Knockout on Monday night. Norman chose to play with both of them as substitutes for his original team and they paid back his faith in them in buckets. Winning their first game 10 v 1, they went on to take the final 9 v 6. Unfortunately, coronavirus meant Graeme's team was one short, but that didn't help them nor did any penalty get added to the score, so a great result, no wonder Sally-Ann is happy, first trophy win, here's to many more.