Blairgowrie & Rattray Community Council

Information on the issues affecting our community and about your community council


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Charrette Outcomes & Priority Actions

Documented below are the priority actions that emerged from the Charrette outcomes discussions public meeting held on 29 July at Blairgowrie Town Hall. Continue reading


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Wanted – Volunteers for Inclusion on Emergency Reaction Plans for Blairgowrie and Rattray

Blairgowrie and Rattray Community Council are developing an Emergency Plan for Blairgowrie and Rattray, called a Community Resilience Plan, and are looking to engage with people who would be willing to offer time, skills, equipment or other suitable and relevant resources for on call emergencies. Continue reading


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“YOUR TOWN IN YOUR HANDS” Blairgowrie and Rattray Charrette… The Way Forward

“Accepting the charrette process and its report, is only the start, we need to consider the report as the catalyst for the next stage not a panacea for the town.”

The report from our consultants pulls together the results from the many conversations with individuals and groups during the charrette process and presents them to us in a way that enables us to take positive actions in the short, medium and longer term to improve the town. Continue reading


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Call for Volunteers for Highland Games

Blairgowrie & Rattray Highland Games are looking for enthusiastic people to join their committee. There will be a few meetings to attend and helping out on the weekend of the games.

If you are interested please send a personal message to Kym Ellis, Secretary via facebook https://www.facebook.com/kymiekipz.ellis


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Public Workshop on Blairgowrie & Rattray Access to Services

“Older / Isolated people: Can you easily access everything you need in the Town Centre?”

BRCC alongside Perth and Kinross Council are running a study that will consider how the Town Centre could work better for everyone.

The working group composed of Perth and Kinross Council, NHS, BRCC, Age Scotland and local residents has recently been convened to help identify if older people who may be living alone, those that are housebound or those that run local groups may have difficulty in accessing the services and shops they need.

To support this group, a specific workshop is being held at the Town Hall on Tuesday 1st March 2016 from 10:30am to 12:00 noon to focus on the Town Centre area of the settlement. Continue reading