About Us

The Society was begun in August 2008.

Saturday, 25 May 2013

Bonnyseen Magazine

You can pick up your copy of the 'Bonnyseen Magazine' at various venues around Bonnybridge. If you can't find one, pop in and see us in the Scout Hall on a Friday afternoon.

It has come to our attention that the link from our web site does not take you to the online version of the magazine. The magazine has been deleted from the site where it was posted. It is a FREE magazine but this site was charging people to view it online. Note that GHS never received any financial reward from that site!

We are reviewing our options for sharing it online free of charge. Please have patience with us whilst we consider the best way for everyone to have a look the magazine online.

River Bonny. Taken by G J Wyle 24 May 2013 © GHS.

Next Meeting

The next meeting will be on the 31st May 2013.

Entrance to the War Memorial. Taken by G J Wyle 24 May 2003 ©GHS

Has anyone any information on the Royal Hotel or connections with the name Burns?

Saturday, 18 May 2013

Comment Posting

At the bottom of posts, you will see a 'No Comment'. If you click on these words, a box will appear where you can leave a comment. You will also see a drop down menu asking if you would like to publish your comment using a google, or other, account. You migth be asked to type in two random words, depending on whether you want your post to have a name or not.

Your comment will then be published.


The GHS have an exhibition in Bonnybridge Library.

The photo, shown here, is the cabinet display. There is also a wall display.

As can be seen here, there are old photographs and nostalgic items.

If anyone can provide extra information on anyone, or places, in he photographs, please let us know.

Thursday, 16 May 2013

Next Meeting

Our next meeting will be on the 17th May 2013.

Last week some of the members braved the weather. We had a short trip to the tomb of 'Mary of Castlecary' as some new members had never been before. 

Ideas for the next magazine were suggested and we would like stories and pictures from any Bonnybridge residents, past and present.