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Kenmore & District Community Council

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Kenmore and District Community Council


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MANAGING VISITORS

PKC HAVE SET UP A VISITOR MANAGEMENT GROUP TO PROMOTE RESPONSIBLE TOURISM THROUGHOUT THE SEASON AND TO MINIMISE ANY INCONVENIENCE TO THOSE WHO LIVE IN THE AREA.

THE WORK TO MANAGE VISITORS WILL FOCUS ON ENGAGEMENT, EDUCATION, ENCOURAGEMENT, ENFORCEMENT AND INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS.

If you want to report any issues to PKC, use this email address: 

mailto: visitormanagementgroup@pkc.gov.uk  

 

Any observations or suggestions for the Community Council  email chair@kenmore-and-district-cc.org.uk

 


The Council is meeting monthly by ZOOM  for the time being.

Last Thursday of the Month. THE NEXT MEETING WILL BE:     24th of June 2021 at 7pm

via ZOOM

 

Kenmore District is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84608312223?pwd=S2RHU2o0SzU5ak5sOVZHYzVlNFUzUT09

Meeting ID: 846 0831 2223
Passcode: 804334

ANY Agenda suggestions or issues to raise contact  chair@kenmore-and-district-cc.org.uk

AGENDAS for

25 February  2021

25 March 2021

MINUTES for

25th February 2021


   Scottish Crannog Centre  

This is a link to Crannog centre vision Power Point      https://drive.google.com/file/d/1EsPbWpG0ciWAFKxz7PHGkwUanNSw1Daw/view?usp=sharing

 


    Link to web site   Upper Tay Transport Group – Better Transport for our community and our enviroment

 

 

UPPER TAY COMMUNITY TRANSPORT HUB LAUNCH

We are delighted to invite you to the launch and opening of the Upper Tay Community Transport Hub on Friday 18th June from 3 – 4.30. 

 As you may know, Upper Tay Transport is working to improve transport in the area, both for the benefit of our community and environment.  We are developing and running a number of projects to achieve this.  The Community Transport Hub is part of this, providing information, support, a base for all our projects including Community Lifts, our volunteer driver scheme, a future community bus service and our community bike loan service. The Hub is based in the Locus Centre, the Square, Aberfeldy and is currently open Monday to Friday 10am – 2pm. 

 The launch and opening will be held in the Square and in the Hub so we can manage numbers  of people in the building appropriately.  Tea, coffee and cakes will be provided outside.

We hope you are able to come along to find out more about the Upper Tay Transport project.  The event is open to the public so do bring along anyone who might be interested.

 Upper Tay Transport Emma Burtles  07881 991176


   Grow to Give Initiative Launched  By Giles Conisbee • 22 Mar, 2021

 Grow to Give is a new project developed to engage and encourage people across the Tay Valley catchment area to get involved with growing (and sharing) their own food – vegetables, fruit and herbs.


COMMUNITY COUNCIL GRANTS

Applicable to the Kenmore & District Area.

COVD grants (Max £1000 per application)

The Community Council has £5000 available to to help support those within our area that need help whilst in self-isolation.

The only condition is that it cannot be used to support businesses.

If you are or know someone in self-isolation and in need of help, please let us know how we can help.

If you have any idea on how best to spend and prioritize let us know.

If you have any ideas or organisational expertise on how to help let us know. e.g. can organise a local street support group.

Applications to info@kenmore-and-district-cc.org.uk

MICRO GRANTS (max £500 per application)

The Community Council has £5000  to disributute to groups and individuals  see For Community Fund application form and Guidlines

Applications to info@kenmore-and-district-cc.org.uk


Community Empowerment

It is more and more apparent that we as a Community need to change our approach if we want PKC to take us seriously.

Community Empowerment is there to help us.

Participation Requests provide an opportunity for people and groups to play a greater and more direct role in their community. A Participation Request is not a request for a service, or for information, it is a request to participate in a process to improve an outcome in our community, such as the quality of greenspaces or access to facilities.

See link below for example

https://youtu.be/uQWp9O_Maas

See link below for more info

https://www.pkc.gov.uk/article/19968/Participation-Requests

The Community Council will support or take forward any issues of concern you have.

if you want  support contact chair@kenmore-and-district-cc.org.uk


 


INFORMATION & CONSULTATION

Currently we circulate directly to approximately 40 email addresses information & consultation documents directed towards the community council.

If you would be interested in receiving this information email your email address to:

chair@kenmore-and-district-cc.org.uk


 


TWO VACANCIES  exists on the Community Council: one to represent the  Kenmore Area and one for Acharn Area.
Are you interested ? or Know someone who may be ?

We are able to co-opt.  To qualify you need to be included within the Register of Electors for the Kenmore area.

Please, Contact  chair@kenmore-and-district-cc.org.uk or ring   07597094223

Resilience & Covid 19        The Scottish Government  is encouraged people to visit the new Ready Scotland site for advice on finding and giving support in their local community.  https://ready.scot/

 

 


South Loch Tay, Kenmore - New Footway Proposal       Info  LINK TO DOCUMENT


Scottish Community Councils   Summer Newsletter       https://mailchi.mp/improvementservice/latest-news-from-the-scottish-community-councils-website-4085505?e=c7ed0f387b


TAY & LYON CURCHES    JULY 2020   Summer Newsletter  link to newsletter        Link to questionaire deadline 17th July 2020


Views on police use of Temporary Powers during  Pandemic.      If you have any, please do directly via link         http://www.spa.police.uk/performancepages/618379/618466/


LOCAL RESILIENCE PLAN & EMERGENCY SERVICES

The Community Council has received a grant of £11k to help support those within our area that need help whilst in self-isolation.  The only condition is that it cannot be used to support businesses.

If you are or know someone in self-isolation and in need of help, please let us know how we can help.

If you have any idea on how best to spend and prioritise let us know.

If you have any ideas or organisational expertise on how to help let us know.  e.g. can organise a local street support group.

 Email     info@kenmore-and-district-cc.org.uk   FOR MORE INFORMATION see page.  LINK to PAGE


SCOTTISH WATER

    See Document for details.


 


Having  fun on the 91 bus !

See document for more detail: Timetable, What to do and Where to go.

click 'Having fun on the 91'

See Video

 


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