Scribbler's Picnic

The Scribbler’s Picnic is a non-profit Stirling-based charity (Charity No.: SC034502), celebrating the legacy of ‘The Scribbler’ - Stirling musician, writer and teacher Graham Whitelaw - a good friend of many of those involved in the early years of the Stirling GhostWalk, and a frequent contributor to Heritage Events 'Living History' programmes at sites around Scotland. Graham was an inspirational and fun family man with a zest for life who sadly died after battling cancer in 2001.Scribbler's Picnic Logo

The committee organises music-related events to raise funds for five cancer charities:

* Macmillan Cancer Support

* Marie Curie Cancer Care

* Strathcarron Hospice

* Maggie’sChildren’s

* Hospice Association

The charity committee of volunteers organise a music festival usually held each June at Stirling Rugby Club, Bridgehaugh, and run under the tagline of ‘musicians helping the fight against cancer’. Local charities and community organisations are welcome to be involved in the event to fundraise and raise their profile.

The annual Scribbler's Picnic aims to provide an outlet for musicians to display their talents and foster creativity.Engage people of all ages in music and encourage young people to get involved in music – playing and listening.To raise funds for cancer charities and provide a platform for other local charity groups and community organisations to fundraise.To raise awareness of cancer and the work of the charities we fundraise for.

Forthcoming Events

Watch this space for details of the 2015 Scribbler's Picnic!

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