Stirling Curling Group

Stirling Curling Group at

The Peak Scoreboard

 The group pursues the interests of all people curling at The Peak Ice Rink, Stirling, Scotland.

 

  •   To be a collective voice for all clubs and groups using The Peak Ice Rink
  •   To support the Development Officer to develop curling
  •   To manage The Peak Competitions and Leagues
  •   To liaise with Active Stirling on behalf of all curlers and to manage the relationship between Active Stirling and all curlers.


Membership is open to all clubs and groups  involved with the sport of curling at The Peak Ice Rink.

NCA Curling

The Peak Ice Rink has a main arena with six sheets available for general curling. In a separate annex is the Scottish Curling Nation Curling Academy with four sheets of ice. This facility is first and foremost a training facility and is fitted out with all the equipment necessary for British and Scottish teams to prepare for Olympic and World Championships. Clubs and individual curlers can be allocated any spare ice that is not being used by these elite players.

Ice can be booked through the Peak Booking Team. Please contact them on 01786 273555 (option 2, option 1) or via bookings email alternatively come in and see them at the Peak.

 More details on the Peak Website.

 

Coronavirus customer update Tuesday 17th March

In accordance with Government advice and as advised by Stirling Council, Active Stirling will close all facilities at The PEAK and Forthbank (including all outdoor pitches) and stop all other Active Stirling operations across Stirling from 10pm tonight until further notice.

All Active Stirling activities, events, programmes and bookings at these facilities (including Active Stirling activities at all Stirling secondary schools) and the other Stirling Council /community venues we manage are also cancelled from 10pm tonight until further notice.

As a priority we urge you not to attend The PEAK or any other Active Stirling venue/service today with immediate effect in line with the latest Government guidelines issued.
As we step down all our operations today and prepare for full scale closure, we will try to run all activities at The PEAK as usual today, but this is subject to change.


  
Customer payments
All Active Stirling customer monthly direct debits will be frozen with immediate effect including ALL IN memberships, Learn to Swim and Sports classes.
Prepaid ALL IN memberships will be frozen and activated again when we reopen for the remainder of the term. All pre-paid bookings will be carried forward to customer accounts as credits to be used for bookings when we reopen. 

Please find the latest FAQ's here

Scottish Championships 2020 Final Hammy McMillan

Stirling's Curling Development Office Hammy McMillan is the lead for Team Mouat who won the Scottish Curling Mens Championship at Perth over the week culminating in the final on the Saturday 15th February against Team Muirhead.

Unbeaten in the round robin, they met Team Muirhead in the play-off and were beaten by a single shot, a steal in the final end. They then had to play against Team Paterson in the semi-final to get into the final itself. They cruised through that game winning 8 v 2. So to the final itself, where Team Muirhead were waiting.

Muirhead had the hammer to start the game, but Team Mouat stole a one to get their scoring under way. Over the game , Team Mouat managed two scores of two and another steal to eventually win out 6 v 3. Hammy played his part, being very consistent over the night.

Congratualtions to Hammy and the rest of the team, Bobby Lammie, Grant Hardie and Bruce Mouat.

All the scoring for the Scottish Championships.

Some details of the presentation on Scottish Curling.

 The final itself can be seen on the BBC iPlayer in the Sport section.

Skip Bruce Mouat playing a shot with Bobbie Lammie and Hammie McMillan ready to sweep. Grant Hardie delivers a shot in the final with Hammie McMillan and Bobbie Lammie ready to sweep.

Scottish Curling held a roadshow of open meetings with members, around the country at the end of 2019. 

These meetings followed the successful roadshow that took place in summer 2018, that saw hundreds of people attend meetings to discuss the drafting of the new strategy for Scottish Curling.  

The Agenda featured:

  1. The Structure Review 2018-2020
  2. Scottish Curling Championships Review
  3. The World Men’s Curling Championship 2020 in Glasgow
  4. Questions and Answers from the floor
  • It was held on Wednesday 4th December – The Peak, Stirling.  6-8pm

Scottish Curling have posted two documents on their website about the roadshow, so if you missed the event, this gives something to read about what is happening.

This link is about the details of the structure review.

https://www.scottishcurling.org/about-us/structure/

This link is to the presentation developed from the roadshows.

https://www.scottishcurling.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/EndofRoadshowSlides_ppt-2019.pdf