Blairgowrie & Rattray Community Council

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Free CPR and Defibrillator Training Sessions

Early CPR and defibrillation can double a person’s chance of surviving an out of hospital cardiac arrest.

Following the installation of the defibrillator located outside Davidsons the Chemist in the Wellmeadow, Blairgowrie & Rattray Community Council are supporting the provision of 4 short workshops for members of the community, generously provided by First Aid Perthshire for free.

The sessions will be held at the BRDT office at 1-3 Meadow Place* on the following dates/times:

Friday 28th February 4pm – 5.15pm

Friday 13th March 4pm – 5.15pm

Monday 16th March 4pm – 5.15pm

Monday 16th March 6pm – 7.15pm

Numbers will be limited to 25 per session

Please note the sessions will take place in a room down a flight of stairs

Book your place now on Eventbrite


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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


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Shaping Our Town – Blairgowrie and Rattray Charrette

Give your views on the future of the town.

Its a very exciting time for people, organisations and businesses in the town as they have a rare opportunity to have their say on how the town should develop in the future to maximize its potential and be an even better place to live, work and enjoy leisure time. Continue reading