Dunadd Community Council are working with local partners to tackle the speeding issues on the A816 through Kilmartin. We are waiting for traffic surveys to take place but in the meantime have teamed up with Police Scotland and have been given 30MPH stickers to display on your wheelie bins. A similar exercise has taken place in Arrochar and Lochgilphead.
Members of the Community Council will be posting letters through the doors of residents whose bins can be seen by drivers on the A816 over the next few days and will come back over the next week to place the stickers on the bins. If you are not in, we will pop them through your door.
Dunadd Community Council are looking for volunteers to be part of a steering group to create a document detailing what to do in the event of an emergency or disaster. If this sounds like something you would like to get involved in, please e-mail email@example.com
In addition to the above, if you have any equipment that could be used in the event of a disaster or an emergency, please log this on the below link. Further updates to follow.
We are delighted to announce that TSL who are the appointed contractors for the Kilmartin Museum project have offered us an unrestricted funding of £2500 for the community. We would love to hear your ideas and thoughts on what would be of most benefit to our community and how the money could be spent. Please send us an email with your suggestions or message us on our Facebook page “Dunadd Community Council.”
The Dunadd Community Council AGM will be held online at 19.30 on Tuesday 25th May 2021. All members of the public are welcome. If you would like to join the meeting, please get in touch by using the “contact us” section on the website for joining instructions.