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Annual General Meeting


This was held in Grangemouth Golf Club on April 2, 2019.  Annual FVMC membership fees were confirmed at £20 and the minimum cost of weekend meets at £20. If booking costs of particular meets are higher than £20 per individual then the actual cost will be payable by members attending.


The committee now comprises: Chairman, Alan Rodger; meet secretary, Malcolm Moncrieff; treasurer, Paul Birrell; secretary, Elaine Petrie; web administrator, Nick McBain; assistant web administrator, Brian Ross; web editor, Allan Scott; ordinary members, Marian McEwan, Gayle Davis, Gordon Blake.



Club Social Evening - first Tuesday of the month at The Four Marys in Linlithgow


The club has a social evening at Linlithgow's Four Marys pub on the first Tuesday of each month from around 20.30hr. The pub is easily found on the centre of the town's High Street.


If you want to find out more about the club and how it could fit with your ambitions and plans for hill activity then the club's social evening is a great opportunity to get to know us. Also you may wish to send us a message via Facebook on;



Our 40th Anniversary


On Sunday, June 26, 2016,we held a day meet to The Cobbler at Arrochar to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the founding of Forth Valley MC. Nine members and two guests enjoyed a day which started hot and sunny but soon degenerated into a dank afternoon which meant we did not actually get someone onto the top of the summit block owing to the slippy, wet rock. After a quick refreshment in the Village Inn at Arrochar we retired to the Golden Lion Hotel in Stirling for a celebratory dinner. Many thanks to Ken Davies, Jim Neill and the other guys who had the foresight to found the club all those years ago.

Cobblers 190216 - Rucksacks - Brown Cow Hill - ArRo IMG_0451

FVMC Anniversary Day Meet on The Cobbler 26/06/16

Heading to Brown Cow Hill from Corgarff Castle

On Meall Garbh wih Beinn nan Eachan behind