Your New Community Council Elected – Inaugural Meeting 18th Dec

Your New Community Council Elected – Inaugural Meeting 18th Dec

Your new Community Council has now been elected. The full list of those elected to the Community Council is as follows:-
 
Michael BURT
Joanne CHISHOLM
Alexandra DAVIDSON
Anna DOESER
Andrew DRUMMOND-BAXTER
Bill FORTUNE
Leslie HARKNESS
Siobhan HENCHER
Iain MCCUSKER
Victoria MCDOWELL
Janie MEIKLE BLAND
Alasdair TAYLOR
Mike WATSON
 
Stirling Council has called the inaugural meeting for Tuesday 18th December, 7.30pm at the Allan Centre, Bridge of Allan. The agenda is attached. We expect that there will be a short ordinary meeting held after the above inaugural meeting to discuss some pressing current issues.
RAGE AGM 5th December

RAGE AGM 5th December

RAGE (Residents Against Greenbelt Erosion) are a concerned group of local people who want to protect and save the Park of Keir green belt site. The fight to save this land has been ongoing for 30 years and they want to preserve the Iron Age fort and woodland for future generations.

RAGE are holding their AGM on Wednesday 5th December at 7.15pm at the new Lecropt Church Halls, Dunblane Road, Bridge of Allan FK9 4NB. They will be discussing their future plans and everyone is welcome to come along.

New Scotrail Timetable – Meetings Arranged

New Scotrail Timetable – Meetings Arranged

Councillor Alasdair Tollemache has confirmed that two meetings have been arranged between Scotrail & commuters to discuss the new timetable changes. Both meetings are on Monday 3rd December with the Dunblane meeting being held at the Victoria halls in Dunblane at 7.00pm and the Bridge of Allan meeting at 8pm in the Allan Centre. Scotrail will be in attendance at both to explain the timetable and answer questions.

Dementia Friendly Cafe Proposal

Dementia Friendly Cafe Proposal

Whilst the Community Council is in a bit of flux at the moment due to the elections currently in progress, we have been asked to add the following item to the agenda for our January meeting.

It is proposed to discuss the formation of a new dementia-friendly and well-being cafe, open to everyone, especially elderly residents living with isolation or bereavement. The cafĂ© will be called ‘CONNECTIONS’ and it will meet on a Monday afternoon from 2pm till 4pm at the Honeyman Hall in Bridge of Allan Parish Church.

The cafe will be seeking volunteers to help out on a Monday for a couple of hours. Volunteers may have to attend a small induction course on dementia which will be held locally. There will be no cost to the volunteer for the course. Please email shieldslinda@hotmail.com for more information and registering an interest in helping out.