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Current Issues and Actions
06-Apr-2015 Join the Perth and Kinross Community Watch!
Community Watch is part of the Neighbourhood Watch Scotland network and will operate specifically to support local residents, businesses and farms in Perth and Kinross in the areas of Kinross-shir..
05-Apr-2015 Perth and Kinross Credit Union
Perth and Kinross Credit Union is now looking for Volunteers to help develop a new COLLECTION and INFORMATION POINT in the Blairgowrie/Rattray area. The Credit Union seek..
04-Apr-2015 Staffing at Blairgowrie Sports Centre
After concerns were raised at a recent Community Council meeting, we have written to Live Active about the staffing of the Sports Centre in Blairgowrie over holiday periods and in particular, over..
Nominations are now open for Citizen of the Year and Young Person of the Year, sponsored by the Blairgowrie Advertiser. Nomination forms are available from various locations, including the li..
22-Jan-2015 Local Development Plan
AN IMPORTANT OPPORTUNITY FOR YOU TO INFLUENCE WHAT WILL HAPPEN IN BLAIRGOWRIE AND RATTRAY IN FUTURE YEARS Work begins now on the Council’s next Local Development Plan that will cover ..
19-Jan-2015 Wellmeadow Traffic Lights
January Update: As you may have seen in the Blairie, we are delighted to be able to announce that we've finally managed to get some movement from PKC about the traffic lights in Blair. They've fi..
17-Nov-2014 Blairgowrie & Rattray Access Network
As some of you will remember, there was a path group in the area called East Perthshire Access Network (EPAN). This group went into obeyance some years ago but I feel that now is the time to have..
12-Nov-2014 Oakbank Road Landslip
November Update: On Wednesday 12 November, head of the Community Council, David Bailey, and petition raiser, Tim Copeland, met with PKC to ask for more time to be put into researching a possible s..