From the archives

CLUB DINNER: Members of Kilsyth Blind and Disabled Club at their dinner in Kilsyth Lennox Golf Club in 2004. Picture byAlan Murray (ref. c6413)
CLUB DINNER: Members of Kilsyth Blind and Disabled Club at their dinner in Kilsyth Lennox Golf Club in 2004. Picture byAlan Murray (ref. c6413)

A look through the files of the Kilsyth Chronicle

This week in 2004

GETTIG STREETSMART: Kilsyth Community Council were to help keep the streets of the town clean. They requested five litterpickers to enable members to help dispose of litter in their areas.

This week in 1964

CLEARLY DEFINED: Kilsyth Town Council suggest to Stirling County Council that some method of spotlighting pedestrian crossings might be devised to make these more clarly defined in bad weather. The estimated cost of providing two spotlights at a crossing would be £12.

This week in 1954

POOR ATTENDANCE: “Miserable in the extreme” was the description of the attendance in St Patrick’s Hall to hear the candidates for the Kilsyth Municipal Election. The turnout, which numbered 52, was claimed as the lowest on record.

This week in 1924

MUSICAL SUCCESS: Kilsyth Co-operative Choir took second spot in the junior choirs (confined class) at the Glasgow Festival under the baton of Miss Mary Grant. The choir were awarded 157 points, only two points behind the winners.