Video on peoples views of a World Heritage Site in Kilmartin Glen. Filmed at the Argyll Show
Dunadd Community Council are looking for a person to fill the post of secretary. We meet every second month on the final Tuesday and alternate between Glassary, Kilmartin & Ford church and Ford village hall. Meetings start at 7.30pm and last usually between 1 – 2 hours.
The secretary would be responsible for the agenda; minutes of the meeting; answering all correspondence; circulating information to members and together with the convener, share in writing letters and liaison with officials of the Local Authority.
The position is paid by honorarium of £300 annually which equates to £50 per meeting.
If you are interested please submit a C.V. and covering letter to the convener via email@example.com
Following the recent community meetings a questionnaire has been produced to continue to get feedback from the community, please follow link to access the questionnaire
The independent consultants Taylor Nisbet say that
The survey should take no more than 15 minutes of your time. It is open for responses until midday on Friday 5th July, and answers will remain anonymous.
As there were a number of people unable to attend the community consultations, we ask that you share this with members of the community so we can get as many views as possible. You will also notice that some questions are the same as you were asked at the events for this reason.
Poster from Kilmartin Museum
Events will be held on Tuesday 4th June, 6pm at Glassary, Ford and Kilmartin Parish Church (formerly Living Stones), Wednesday 5th June, 5.30pm at Inveraray Parish Church hall and Thursday 6th June, 6pm at Lochgilphead Community Centre. We’d love to see you there.
Families who live in villages in rural Argyll and Bute do not always find it easy to access the whole variety of extracurricular activities on offer in the population centres.
This survey was commissioned by the Mid Argyll, Kintyre and the Islands Community Planning Group, following a Place Standards survey which showed that one of the villages on the A816 had a surprising number of responses to say that young people were disadvantaged in accessing extracurricular activities. “Investigate if Community Transport provides for children/families”
We have been asked by Argyll & Bute Council to draw up the above plan to offer assistance to the emergency services in the event of a serious incident taking place in our community. It also needs to provide for a rapid response to an emergency where the uniformed services cannot get through.
Crucial to the plan will be a list of volunteers, with contact details, who are willing to help in an emergency. This would include anyone with a first aid qualification or medical background; chain saw certificate; 4 x 4 vehicle; knowledge of vulnerable residents or indeed any other skill / aptitude that would be important.
If you would like to be involved please contact the person on the list below who lives nearest to you, by Friday 23rd October 2015:
Sue MacLean, 10 Slockavullin (Tel: 510297)
Violet Brown, Innishail, Ford (Tel: 810232)
Colin Ferguson, Leckuary (Tel: 605253)
Jim Malcolm, Courtyard Cottage, Kilmartin (Tel: 510540)
The Community Asset Register (CAR) is a database of community volunteers willing to protect and support their communities in an emergency. The community volunteers work alongside the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service and other emergency responders, to bring incidents to a successful conclusion.
Community Asset Register Leaflet-Feb2018[…]
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More information can be found at:
To register, or find out more, please contact: