Groups and organisations
Our local clubs and organisations are listed below with links to their own websites or more information.
Contact details are shown for others, where available.
Baldernock Amenity Society (BAS)
The aim of the society is to ensure the maintenance of the unique rural environment and character of the Parish of Baldernock, working in parallel with, and reporting to Baldernock Community Council.
Balmore, our local course, is widely acknowledged as one of the finest inland golf courses in the west of Scotland, just seven miles from the centre of Glasgow.
Solid Rock Cycles at Colbeg
Dog Walking Group
Working in partnership with people affected by dementia. Lots of information, hints and tips, and links to other organisations offering help.
Campsie, Strathblane and Baldernock Agricultural Society encourage agriculture generally in East Dunbartonshire and in particular the breeding of livestock. The group hold an annual agricultural show show on first Saturday in June each year, at Bogton Farm,Torrance.
Baldernock has its own local history group.
Mother and Toddlers
Baldernock Playgroup is based at Baldernock Primary School.
Walks take place on the first Saturday of each month and start and finish near a village or town.
The Clyde Cruising Club, dinghy section sail on Bardowie Loch. RYA evening classes are available to children and adults covering beginners through to budding racers.
Baldernock SWI meets in the Church Hall, Glenorchard Road Balmore G64 4AJ. To be added to the mailing please email: email@example.com
The Tennis Club has two good hard courts, a club house, lawns and lots of space for families to enjoy their leisure. Bardowie-Tennis-Club-Facebook
Volunteers are always welcome, to share their skills and hobbies.
For more information, contact Isabel Ewing: firstname.lastname@example.org
East Dunbartonshire Councillors
Ward 4 - Bishopbriggs North and Campsie
Councillor Paul Ferretti, Scottish National Party
Councillor Mohrag Fischer, Scottish National Party
Councillor Billy Hendry, Scottish Conservative and Unionist
Councillor Gary Pews, Scottish Liberal Democrats