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There are 40 Community Councils operating in the Stirling Council area. Community Council’s are groups of people who want to improve their area and the quality of life for residents.

Stirling Council is currently reviewing how Community Council’s work, looking at the rules they adhere to, boundaries, representation, communication and resources.
We are asking people to tell us what they think about Community Councils.
You can
• Email - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
• Write to us - Community Councils Review, Democratic Services, Stirling Council, Room 53, Old Viewforth, Stirling, FK8 2ET
• Take our survey (for paper copies of survey call 01786 233076) : http://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/stirlingccreview


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Dunblane Community Council is looking for new members.

More people are needed to help create the vibrant Community Council that a settlement the size of Dunblane deserves. 

Read the Press Statement from the Chair, Terence O'Byrne

Read the Notice of Elections

Read the Candidiates Pack

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Commonwealth Games Queen's Baton Relay coming to Dunblane on Saturday 5 July

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Keep our Burgh Chambers?

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Dunblane Museum and D-Day

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No Quick Sell Off for Burgh Chambers

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Office Bearers

Chair : Terence O'Byrne

Vice Chair : Anna Jarchow-MacDonald

Secretary : Alan Booth

Treasurer : Chris Toop


Next Elections

We are always keen to hear from local residents who may be interested in joining us, so please either contact us to discuss, or check the election timetable on the Stirling Council pageThe next main Community Council elections will be held in 2018.


Dunblane Community Council area

Dunblane CC has a reach across the wider Dunblane community and extends north and south of the town to nearby villages including Ashfield and Kinbuck.

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