Crieff Community Trust was established in 2013 as a group of volunteers working together to bring about improvements in the physical, economic and social environment of Crieff.
We work in partnership with other community groups, local and national government and other organisations on a number of projects identified through consulting our community on a continual basis.
Latest news and events from Crieff Community Trust
Crieff Community Action Plan
Consultation Process Reports
The consultation process is now complete and we are pleased to share our consultation reports – you can view each of the documents below:
Community Survey Views Report
Stakeholder Views Report
Mentimeter Voting Report
The final Crieff Community Action Plan 2021-2026 will be available to download soon.
We are delighted to share details of a new online database resource called Uniting Crieff
which will be launched soon! We are now at the stage where we are inviting registrations for listings from the tremendous range of community groups and organisations working in Crieff.
The concept of the database was developed in response to a need that has been consistently identified as a gap for the local community. Crieff Community Trust were successful in securing funding from Perth & Kinross Council and practical support from the Scottish Tech Army to bring this concept to life using the local expertise of digital media services, Fidgety Lizard. We believe the database will be beneficial to both residents and visitors when they are looking for activities, volunteering opportunities or support in the community.
The site has been developed with 6 different categories for listing and groups can be listed under as many as is relevant for them. You can register using the Uniting Crieff Registration Form
– you will receive a receipt once you have submitted your entry and this will have a link embedded within it to allow you to edit your entry at any time. We will advise everyone who registers in advance when the site goes live and would encourage you to promote your entry across your own networks! For anyone who registers after the launch, your entry will normally be listed within 5 days.
The second phase of the Uniting Crieff site will also host a planning section (to be launched once our Community Action Planning process is complete). This section will have all of the action planning documents available to use as evidence e.g. when submitting funding applications with other information e.g. progress on actions, available for you to view too.
Uniting Crieff has its own domain name and once launched you will be able to go directly to the site using the URL. Alternatively, you will also be able to find the resource on a Uniting Crieff menu of the Crieff Community Trust website.
Don’t miss Can Do Crieff’s Biz Chat with local business owner Jamie Landale
Coworking space ‘Can Do Crieff’ is relaunching it series of ‘Biz Chats’. Held online, the Biz Chats are for anyone interested in business – be that starting a business, growing their business or adapting to the changes that COVID has made to their business. You are also welcome to come along if you are interested in hearing more about a local business in the heart of Strathearn.
Join in as Susan Grandfield, one of Can Do Crieff’s founders and owner of SG Development Solutions, interviews a local business owner about how they got to be where they are today.
The series begins with Jamie Landale of The Crieff Food Co on Wednesday evening, 27 January. From event catering, to farm shop to ready meals – find out more about Jamie’s journey to The Crieff Food Company and beyond.
CCT Chair Ailsa Campbell explains “we created Can Do Crieff to be a supportive place for people who are wanting to start a business as well as people working on their existing businesses. We hope these Biz Chats will inspire people and give them a boost in these challenging times.”
Interested? Book for your free place here.
New Year’s news from CCT!
We have exciting news to share about progress with the Drummond Arms, the Crieff Community Action Plan and a virtual series of Biz Chats being run by our co-working space, Can Do Crieff.
You can read about these in full in our newsletter here.
If you would like to complete the survey about how we can improve life in Crieff, you can access it here.
To register for free for the Biz Chats you can go to http://www.candocrieff.com
or go directly to the relevant Eventbrite pages:
Jamie Landale – The Crieff Food Co – Wednesday 27 January 7-8pm
Andrew Donaldson – Comrie Croft – Wednesday 24 February 7-8pm
Beverley Wainwright – The Scottish Tea Factory – Wednesday 24 March 7-8pm
Sascha Grierson – Hugh Grierson Organic – Wednesday 21 April 7-8pm