Carron Kith is a Community Friendship Group for people in Central Scotland. It connects people with shared memories and experiences
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Carron Kith welcomes everyone and helps local people feel involved. Click on the link below to find out about our events
Many of our members enjoy a regular catch up on Zoom. This is a quick 40 min check in to see how we are all doing. Our Group usually meets on every Thursday afternoon at 4pm. Please contact us for more information.
Online meetings are not the best option for many people who are feeling lonely or isolated, but it is a chance to stay in touch, even if that is just through a screen. It does require you to have access to a phone, tablet or PC with a camera and microphone, but there is always help on hand for anyone new to the Group and we are happy to help you get set up.
The Group use this time to share news, videos clips or complete an online quiz.
Our love of movies is what started this Group off. The Group met every 3rd Saturday of the Month at Thornhill Court in Falkirk for Lunch and a Movie, with Popcorn and Ice Cream!
Obviously, COVID restrictions has limited our ability to meet face to face, but we continue to share our love of movies through a library of DVD’s that are available to borrow. The range is very broad from classic musicals, to more modern comedies and drama. Please get in touch for a copy of the library or for details of future events.
Our members are a very creative group and love spending time together. We started a new craft Group that aims to spend time together learning new crafts, including scrapbooking and creating musical memories. Please get in touch to share ideas about crafts we could learn together.
Obviously, COVID restrictions has limited our ability to meet face to face, but we have continued to share our crafts online, with knitting for The Big Knit, tapestry work and some much needed baking.
Everyone has days when we don’t feel ourselves or our loved ones are feeling lost of overwhelmed. Click on the buttons below to tell us how you are feeling and find out how we can help you stay connected
Sharing memories or places and people helps us connect to our community. Central Scotland has a rich history of creative design, engineering and manufacturing, which is still visible today. Scots have led the way in innovations – from Iron Works to Irn Bru, Canals to Shipping Magnates and innovative approaches to Health & Social Care. Please join us and share your pictures or stories of family life, work and play
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