Snowdrop Cafés Snowdrop cafes - a space for people of any age to meet and have a blether. What was originally a Strathcarron Hospice befriending idea, to encourage social interaction for those people who felt lonely or isolated. They have been opened up to the wider community. The Snowdrop Café is open to all - a safe and happy community meeting place. Grab a coffee, a slice of cake and have a blether. Snowdrop Cafés are run by your local community, for your local community. All money donated is put back into the café running costs. The Denny Snowdrop Café was the pilot project and now there are Snowdrop Café’s in Tillicoultry, Falkirk and Polmont. A few comments from a couple of regular visitors: Helen: "I love the Snowdrop Café, such a nice place to come to, especially if you are on your own".⠀⠀George: “I took up painting in the last Snowdrop Café, and have been creative ever since. I didn't even know that I was any good at art until I tried!"⠀⠀ The magic of the place is that you meet new people and make new friends. You may even learn a thing or two... If you're interested in coming along, or would even like to enquire how to start up your own Snowdrop Café where you live, get in touch via with Strathcarron Hospice Compassionate Community Team via email on [email protected] Snowdrop cafes: Tillicoultry Snowdrop Café, Monday’s, 1pm-3pm Tillicoultry Parish Church Hall. Falkirk Snowdrop Café, Monday’s 1pm-3pm fortnightly. The next one 29th August. Trinity Church Hall Polmont Snowdrop Café, Thursday’s, 1pm-3pm Polmont Old Parish Church Halls Denny Snowdrop Café, Thursday’s, 1pm-3pm Westpark Church Halls Photo: Tillicoultry Snowdrop café.