Poster

Crieff Community Trust , Crieff Community Council and Crieff & Upper Strathearn Partnership invite everyone to the Launch of Crieff’s first ever Community Action Plan.

Created by the people of Crieff for the people of Crieff

The three community volunteer groups have been hard at work creating Crieff’s Community Action Plan based on the results of a four month indepth community consultation including a successful Open Day in September where the people of Crieff voted on what they felt should be the priorities for Crieff over the next 5 years. The groups are looking forward to sharing this exciting document with the whole community and copies of the plan will be handed out on the day.

Join us, 2 – 4pm Saturday, 16 February at the Strathearn Community Campus

Unlike the Open Day, the launch of the Action Plan will NOT be a drop-in event. People should be at the Campus for 2pm when the presentation will begin. After the presentation there will be an opportunity to ask questions and get involved.

We hope everyone in Crieff will come along to view the plan, hear about the projects that are planned for the next five years, and possibly even sign up to be part of making things happen. Everyone is welcome. Don’t miss it! It’s YOUR event! Spread the love – bring your family and friends.

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  1. Peter Reply

    Good luck to you all you will need all the support you can find. I recently visited my home town after a few years away. I was very saddened by the building/pavement and general maintenance of the town. I have I observed this other visitors will and I am sure this is your action plan to improve things.

    The centre of the town the James Square fountain needs cleaning the car parking is a disaster , and the pavements dangerous. The once majestic South Church is in a sad state , along with many other buildings. I also found the contstant hum of cars( racers!) going up and down the High Street most annoying. Crieff needs a bypass, create a precinct in the high street and upgrade car parking. Its not until you walk round the old nooks and crannies of the town you realise how bad it has become…Visit Pitlochry or Callander for some ideas..in particular on Sundays where most of their shops are open for business.

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