Local girl, Debbie Cowe has decided to “Take the Plunge” by skydiving from 10,000ft to raise funds for her “pet” charity – PDSA! This is the UK’s leading veterinary charity, caring for more than 490,000 pet patients belonging to people in need, which is only possible through the continued generosity of the public for this…

Milngavie resident Patrick Stevenson is the owner of The Highland Way, a local business which offers walking and cycling holidays tailored to all ages and abilities along Scotland’s West Highland Way. Their packages are designed to allow you to enjoy everything it has on offer, without worrying about where you will stay, which route you…

Bluebell Wood is a small, family run florist located in Milngavie town centre, on Station Road. Since opening in February 2010 it has  become known for its professional and reliable manner. Anne Marriott is living her life-long dream of running a florist in her beloved hometown of Milngavie. Milngavie Online recently caught up with Anne…

The Auld Wives’ Lift stands at an altitude of just under 180m OD (Nat Grid Ref. NS 582764) on Craigmaddie Muir, some 5km north of Milngavie. The Muir, a rolling heather covered moorland of eponymous sandstone, is an area of some ardhaelogical richness, with two chambered tombs, several cairns, and a group of cup-and-ring markings.

Lost dog Susie – on Monday 4th October 2010 just outside Milngavie Town Centre. Have you seen her? Susie was wearing a red collar, is very friendly and affectionate and just loves attention. She is quite old now, so not quite as spritly as in her younger days.