The events, organised by groups in Bridge of Allan were arranged with objectives of The Big Help Out initiative in mind to draw attention to volunteering efforts within the community as promoted by the new Monarch.
Over the Coronation weekend, the Provost attended a tree planting ceremony hosted by Friends of Bridge of Allan in the newly renamed Royal Gardens. Trees had previously been planted in the ‘Triangle’ to mark the Platinum and Diamond Jubilees of the late Queen Elizabeth II.
The Provost also attended a community fun day held at Strathallan Games Park in addition to an afternoon tea organised by the 11th Bridge of Allan Scout Group and local volunteers.
Provost Douglas Dodds said: “The festivities across Bridge of Allan over the Coronation weekend were fantastic community celebrations of a historic occasion.
“People across the country turned out in their thousands to gather with friends, family and neighbours to mark the crowning of HM King Charles III. The various events in Bridge of Allan and in other parts of Stirling showed the community spirit and hard work efforts of local groups of volunteers.
“I was honoured to be invited along to represent the people of Stirling at these events and wholeheartedly congratulate King Charles and Queen Camilla on their coronations as our new monarchs.”