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Meeting at Polmont station by the bowling club to start our walk for 7 p.m., this hour walk takes in the beautiful scenery of the Union Canal. Come along and enjoy some evening fresh air with our friendly walkers and Walk Leaders. For more information please call (01324) 673703.
The group meets every Monday at 12.30 p.m. in the car park behind the church hall in Polmont. After the walk the group go back to the hall where there is a very well run mother and toddler group. All buggy walks are free. For more information speak to your health visitor or contact Stepforth@falkirkcommunitytrust.org (01324) 504556.
Polmont Woodlands Group hold its AGM in the Greenpark Community Centre on Thursday, June 11 at 7 p.m. All Welcome.
What’s a good neighbourhood? Laurie Alexander from Linlithgow spelled out what efforts were made by the powers-that-be several centuries ago to ensure that planning and building regulations were adhered to, using contemporary drawings for both LInlithgow and Edinburgh to illustrate his points. The vote of thanks was proposed by Mike Smith. Hector Mackenzie was in the chair.
Morning service on Sunday will be conducted by Rev. Deborah van Welie at 11 a.m. Choir practice at 9.45 a.m. Prayer Meeting in the Vestry at 10.30 a.m. Youth Church meets in the Church at 11 a.m. Creche in the Fellowship Room at 11 a.m. On duty are M Slater and D Dagger. Duty for Reading will be M Slater and Prayer will be L Farquhar. Flower Distributor is E Brown, Flower Donation by J Baxter. ACTs duty will be M Cowie and V Hawkins.
President Norman Black was in the chair for the weekly meeting of Polmont Rotary Club. After dinner and some business, Rotarian Brian Sharp introduced Dr Bilal Ansari from Falkirk Dental Care who sponsors our Polmont Community Award. Dr Ansari’s topic for the evening was ‘Aesthetic Dentistry’. Using PowerPoint, Bilal demonstrated to the club members and partners the meaning and techniques of Aesthetic Dentistry. The aim is to improve the appearance of a patient’s teeth, gums and bite. Bilal showed how this could be achieved using the latest state of the art techniques. By using wax the dentist can show the design to the patient before fitting a crown. Photos and 3D simulations can also be used to demonstrate what the final product will look like. In all of the consultations and practice, minimal invasive dentistry is the aim at all times. Bilal went on to show examples of teeth whitening, veneers, crowns and fillings of different types. After a good number of questions, during the talk as well as after, the vote of thanks was given by Rotarian Ian McLean. Information on Polmont Rotary Club can be found at www.polmontrotary.org.