Sauchie and Bannockburn Curling Club

    Member of Scottish Curling

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Stirling Journal, 6th February 1857




A new curling club has been formed in our neighbourhood under the title Sauchie and Canglour Curling Club. The club was constituted at a meeting held in Pirnhall Cottage on Monday evening. Archibald Campbell Esq of Sauchie House was elected president and his lady patroness while Robert Rae Esq of Hallquarter was chosen vice president and William Allan Esq treasurer and secretary. About 20 gentlemen became members of the society and the evening was spent in the utmost good fellowship. The curlers fare, beef and greens, were not a wanting and success to the new club was drunk in tumblers of excellent whisky toddy.



Stirling Journal, 5th March 1858




Sauchie and Canglour Curling Club. On Saturday last, for beef and greens was played on the pond at Craigend between the members on the north and south sides of Auchenbowie Burn. The game was contested in great spirit but ultimately decided in favour of the southern men. The work finished and the ‘substanials’ done justice to, the following toasts were pledged with much enthusiasm in ‘mountain dew’, liberally supplied from Sauchie House. “The Patron of the club, J Lowis Esq of Plean”, “The President, Mr Bulloch”, “B Fisher Esq, Sauchie” and also “Mrs Lowis and Mrs Fisher” in one bumper more. The great unanimity prevailed throughout, each one apparently doing his utmost to enhance the hilarity of the gathering and much credit is certainly due the gainers for their voluntarily offering to defray one half of the expenses incurred.




Caledonian Mercury, July 26th 1860


Initiation into the Royal Caledonian Curling Club 1860


At the 23rd Annual Meeting in the Waterloo Rooms in Edinburgh, 25th July 1860 Sauchie and Canglour Curling Club was admitted. Also initiated were neighbouring clubs Cardross and Kepp, Dunblane Thistle, Port of Monteith, and Muiravonside.


Royal Caledonian Curling Club Annual 1860/61


In the RCCC Annual, Sauchie and Canglour were proposed by Mr William Caldwell of Wellcroft CC in Glasgow and seconded by Mr William Stirling of Dunblane CC to be initiated into the RCCC.


Patrons: John Lewis Esquire, West Plean


President: Thomas Bulloch, Vice President: Robert Rae, Secretary and Treasurer: William Allan

Representative Members: Thomas Bulloch, William Muirhead

Committee Council of Management:

A Rennie Junior, William Muirhead, A Thomson, John Waddell.


Ordinary Member: Regular

William Crawford, Thomas Bulloch, Alex Goodwin Andrew Thomson, William Muirhead, William Cowan, Walter Patterson, Robert Miller,

John Waddell, William Allan, Alexander Rennie Senior, Robert Rae, Alexander Rennie Junior.


Ordinary Member: Occasional

Jas Brown, Robert Dawson, A Christie, Robert Meiklejohn, John Lewis.