for information about Gargunnock visit
Stirling Council is engaging with communities in the rural area, initially this consultation is within the communities of Buchlyvie, Drymen, Callander and Killin. The purpose of this is to identify transport needs, the extent that these needs are met by existing public transport and exploring alternative methods of delivering this transport.
The main focus of this survey is Buchlyvie, Drymen, Callander and Killin, however we would also welcome views about Stirling’s public transport from residents outwith these areas.
Parent Council are having a Bottle and Book stall at the Gala this year. We desperately need donations of books and DVDs for all age groups (in good condition) and bottles of wine, beer, soft drinks and bubble bath.
Please leave your donations before Friday 16th June with Gargunnock Primary School or pass them to Jackie Campbell (2 The Glebe), Janene Brodie (3 Broompark) or Pauline Evans, (Hecklegirth, McLarens Park)
Many thanks and hope to see you on Gala Day
Gargunnock Community Trust
and Gargunnock Community Council
invite you to a meeting on 24th May at 8pm
in the Garden Room at the Community Centre
to learn more about the Community Benefit Fund
A physical copy of the survey results will be placed in the shop.
Below are links for the full survey results and notes taken at a meeting with some young folk in the village.
Some survey comments have been amended to take out names of the person providing feedback.
Glebe land Survey Responses
Notes from youth meeting
Many thanks to all the people who attended our Special Meeting last night to discuss the Leckie Estate planning applications.
Below is a copy of the slides (click on Planning Applications Leckie Estate) that were presented which summarise each application and also gives guidance on how to respond should you wish to do so.
Gargunnock Community Council
PLANNING APPLICATIONS LECKIE ESTATE
Thanks to everyone who completed the survey.
Look out for an update in your next Bugle.
Please complete survey about future use of Glebe Land by 10th March 2017
Glebe Land Online Survey
Come along to the Community Centre between 10am and 5pm this Saturday
Enjoy a bowl of soup, tea/coffee and some cake while browsing the exhibits
Great chance to buy some early Christmas gifts
4 Artists will be exhibiting
For more information look at the flyer on the village noticeboard