Local business owners are invited to attend an event on Thursday 11th April in the Crieff Hotel  from 6 – 7.30 pm where they will have an opportunity to learn more about Crieff’s Community Action Plan.

A short presentation to outline the vision for Crieff’s future contained in the Action Plan will be followed by an opportunity for questions and discussion.

The meeting will also be open to anyone from the wider community who was unable to attend the  recent official launch.

WHERE:  Crieff Hotel, 29 East High Street

WHEN:  Thursday 11th April

  • 6pm – Refreshments and chance to meet
  • 6.30pm – Presentation
  • 7pm – Questions and discussion

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This article has 4 comments

  1. Tracy Markey Reply

    Hello,

    I have only just found out about Crieff’s Community Action Plan and am hoping to attend next Thursday’s event.

    I’d like to let you see this initiative I discovered today in case it is something that might be of interest …

    Shop Local – Perth is the brainchild of two ladies who run their own shop in Perth and is all about promoting and supporting local independents.

    The leaflets look great and they have really good distribution/coverage for them too.

    So I was wondering if this might be a good idea for Crieff?

    The facebook page is: https://www.facebook.com/ShopLocalPerth?fref=ts

    Best wishes
    Tracy

    • Christine Forsyth Reply

      Hello Tracy,

      Please do come along on Thursday. It would be great if you could let us all know a little bit more about the Shop Local Perth initiative as it sounds like something that would be very suitable for Crieff.

  2. Caroline Murphy Reply

    Dear Christine,
    It was great to meet you last night.
    The Strathearn Herald also ran a shop local campaign around 2-3 years ago which was very successful.
    Perhaps it would be worth looking at what the Herald did then?
    Speak soon,
    Caroline

    • Christine Forsyth Reply

      Good to meet you too. That sounds like an excellent idea about looking at the Herald campaign

      Christine

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