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Kenmore & District Community Council

Covering Kenmore, Acharn and immediate area

Kenmore CC voices housing concerns

Daily Record article 12 July

Castle Core Paths

Work will start shortly to lay BT broadband fibre into the castle grounds. This will entail some disruption to the south riverside core path. Temporary signage will alert walkers to any restrictions and the estate managers have assured us that they will do everything feasible to reduce inconvenience.

Quids in at the Highland Games

The Breadalbane Reading Room committee is delighted to announce that it raised over £1133 at the Kenmore Highland Games on 3 July. The committee was invited by the Kenmore Sports Association to hold a Tombola at the Games. It wishes to thank the fantastic efforts of the volunteers who helped organise the event, the many local business and members of the community for their generous donations, and of course, everyone at the Games who came to the Tombola to provide their support. Funds raised will help support vital restoration projects at the Breadalbane Reading Room.


Taymouth Castle Updates

The notes of our liaison meeting of 26 June are now available. 

Publication of TCE Economic Impact Assessment (EIA).

Joint Community Councils Liaison Meeting


Sand movement from Inchadney

The haulage of sand from Inchadney to the castle golf course has started. Loads will be running from Inchadney through the castle new west access gate. Loads are limited to 30 trucks per day and must follow all of the conditions (eg restricted ooperating hours) set out in the planning consent. Drivers have been advised to manage speed and be extra careful. In the event of an emergency or for any direct contact with the contractor, please contact Kevin Cross of Cross Civils & Construction Services Ltd, on 07484 143688 or email

Council Meetings for 2024

The next meeting will be at the

Old Comrades Hut Acharn on 25 July  at 7pm.

For the rest of the year dates planned are:

 Sept 26th(A) & Nov 28th(K).


Taymouth Castle and Estate Development

For new planning applications see PKC planning portal for details.

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