Minutes of Meetings and Agenda of next meeting.
Visit the NEW Milnathort website: www.milnathortcommunitycouncil.org
Stories, Wee Places. Local and Family History from
AK Bell Library along with Keathbank Media have been filming
around Kinross capturing the history, myths and stories
of the Loch Leven area. Featuring Prof David Munro, RSPB,
Loch Leven Castle and Kinross House Gardens this short film
explores the sights and attractions both past and present
View20 minute film Kinross-shire
and Loch Leven.
"Stride for Life" Short walks every Monday
Meet 2pm at the Day Centre
A short led walk around the town or on the Heritage Trail
and West Kinross-shire Demand Responsive Transport Service
(DRT1) - See
the updated passenger leaflet
PROHIBITION OF PEDESTRIANS
Station Road to Bowton Road footway.
In order to permit the construction of the new Kinross Primary
are invited from the community for the Kinross-shire
Community Volunteer Awards
& nomination forms
The OneFamily Foundation has launched its first round
of Community Awards!
We’re making £200,000 available for OneFamily
customers to nominate local projects close to their heart.
This is for community groups & projects based in the UK,
covering the following categories:
- Health, Disability & Social Care
- Schools & Centres of Education
- Sports & Social Groups
- Youth & Affiliated Organisations
close 29th June,
with all approved projects being entered into a public vote
to determine the winners. Voting runs from 4th July –
20th July, with the winner announcement on Wednesday 27th
July 2016. For further information visit: https://foundation.onefamily.com
Is your club or group looking for funding ? See the June
issue of the Funding
Alert for up to date list of funding opportunities.
Folk Club meet
every Monday evening at The Green Hotel.
See programme for details of events.
Live music regularly at Backstage, in The Green Hotel.
pages for forthcoming dates.
Jazz at The Boathouse on the 1st Saturday of every
Birthday and Diamond Wedding Anniversaries. Do you know
anyone about to celebrate their 100th/105th birthday or
a couple celebrating their 60th, 65th or 70th Wedding
Anniversary? If so please contact Perth & Kinross
Council who would like to help them celebrate. See
poster for details.
fouling fines doubles. The fine for allowing a
dog to foul in a public place and failing to clear it up
has risen from £40 to £80. Perth & Kinross
Council put the charge up on 1 April 2016 following a decision
by the Scottish Parliament. Problems with dog fouling can
be reported confidentially by calling PKC on 01738 476476
Applications are now open for a new £2 million
fund giving communities the opportunity to vote on how money
is spent in their area. See
you planning a Fete or other outdoor event? If so are you
aware that there are maquees, chairs, tables, etc., available
for use by community groups?
See Equipment Hire
page for details.
Big Friendly Read : Tesco Bank Summer Reading Challenge
to all 4-11 year olds. Starts Saturday 25th June. See
press release for details.
up Kinross the group responsible for the Christmas
Light display require an electrician or person with experience
of lights and wiring to assist with maintenance of the display
lights. We are a small community group of volunteers and
would be able to assist with any travel costs or outgoing
expenses. It would normally take 2 or 3 days per year to
test and repair any faults during the summer storage. Tayside
Contracts erects and dismantles the lights. You would be
welcome to join us when making decisions about the lights.
Please contact David Colliar Tel. 01577864037 Mob. 07876381860
or any committee member.
Need help with a specific task such - setting up an email
account, completing online applications, using Microsoft
Word, managing digital photographs….? August 4th 2pm
- 4pm. See
diary page for information.
you are walking, cycling or running round the loch register
at The Shack before you start. When you finish you will
receive your free certificate with your time and a special
Button Badge! Dogs also get one!
local people with ethical finance
Perth and Kinross Credit Union (PKCU) is now open for business
in Kinross. Looking for great value, ethical savings and
PKCU will be open from 11am to
1pm every Tuesday in St Paul’s Church Hall, starting
on 17 May. Come along and speak to our friendly
volunteers to find out more about what we offer visit
the website. Read
are looking for volunteers
to help brighten Kinross up. See Plea
Library - timetable of stops in Kinrosss-shire.
on Wheels Would
you, or someone you know, like books/multimedia delivered
to your home?- see
poster for details