The Annexe is just off the main street, in a quiet area with private parking.
Gas & Electricity included in the fee
For more information please contact Christine on 01764 670178.
Earnmhor Annexe. Comrie Ph6 2DP
The idea of Flying Smiles was brought to life through my passion for dental hygiene and care for my patients.
Over the years, I have met so many people who have expressed the difficulties which they or their loved ones have when attending dental appointments: time, mobility, cost, and illness.
I can come to you and keep your oral health at a level that may prevent more complex dentistry happening in the future.
Visit my website for lots more information: http://flyingsmiles.co.uk or like my Facebook page for all my latest updates:https://www.facebook.com/flyingsmiles.co.uk/? modal=admin_todo_tour
We are a Contemporary Arts Collective *presenting (or showcasing) the work of established and emerging artists across a wide range of media and catering for all budgets.
Find unique and quirky handmade treasures in regularly changing exhibits from local artists.
You can find out more by following these link:
Instagram :goldfinch gallery comrie
Address: Malloch Buildings, Drummond Street, Comrie, PH6 2DS
Looking for an Accountant that is friendly, reliable and understands your needs??
KAG Accountancy making a positive difference to you
We offer a wide range of services to suit your needs, so get in touch with one of our team today
BUSINESS TAX, CORPORATION TAX, SOLE TRADERS AND PARTNERSHIPS
CONSULTANCY TAX, BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
MAKING TAX DIGITAL
PERSONAL TAX, INCOME TAX, CAPITAL GAINS
VAT PLANNING AND REGISTRATION
PENSION – AUTO ENROLLMENT
COMPUTERISED ACCOUNTANCY PACKAGE – CONSULTANCY & TRAINING
BUSINESS START UP
Find us on Facebook & Linked In
The ethos behind Scents of the Wild is to make beautiful, natural plant wax candles that enhance wellbeing and are kind to animals and the environment.
To me, this means using *no* paraffin wax, *no* animal derivatives, *no* artificial fragrance or colourants, and *no* unsustainable, genetically modified soy wax that’s been flown from the other side of the planet.
I hand make the candles at home in Comrie using 100% natural, sustainable, European-produced soy wax, cotton & paper wicks, recyclable amber glass jars with aluminium lids, and jar labels printed on recycled paper.
The candles are infused with my own unique blends of 100% natural, pure, unadulterated essential oils – chosen both for their scent and specific therapeutic properties – and topped with real flower petals for a pretty and colourful finish.
The result is a beautiful, naturally scented, clean burning, eco-friendly, vegan soy wax candle, designed to enhance your mood while respecting and celebrating our environment!
5% of all candle sales are donated to The Woodland Trust to help support the amazing work they do to protect and restore our natural ecosystems and combat climate change.
Candles are currently available to order from my website: https://scentsofthewild.co.uk or can be hand delivered to your door if you live in Comrie.
Rachel Hendry, Scents of the Wild
Strathearn Snapshots Pet Photography. Friendly, neighbourhood pet photographer.
One-to-one sessions and pop-up photo booths. Keep up to date with forthcoming pop-ups in the village by following my facebook page:
For more information, visit www.strathearnsnapshots.co.uk or call Lynn on 07711390557
Self contained, 1 bedroom flat set centrally in the beautiful village of Comrie, straight across from the White Church.
Bus stop right on the doorstep and local shops (butcher, baker etc) only a few minutes walk.
Perfect if you want to be in the heart of the village!
Built in 1805 “The White Church” is a Grade A listed building lying at the heart of the historic conservation village of Comrie. In 1965 the Church of Scotland General Trustees handed over the building to local trustees to serve the village as a community centre. In 2000 the centre underwent a major refurbishment with funding from the Millennium Commission, many other funders and an enormous funding raising effort on behalf of Comrie residents. It now provides facilities for youth and community groups and hosts a plethora of events.
Comrie Community Centre from Dalginross Bridge Built in 1805 “The White Church” is a Grade A listed building lying at the heart of the historic conservation village of Comrie. In 1965 the Church of Scotland General Trustees handed over the building to local trustees to serve the village as a community centre. In 2000 the centre underwent a major refurbishment with funding from the Millennium Commission, many other funders and an enormous funding raising effort on behalf of Comrie residents. It now provides facilities for youth and community groups and hosts a plethora of events.
The White Church is the central feature of what is undeniably an exceptional, lively community. There are in excess of 50 community groups within the village of approximately 2,000 people. Most of these groups use the centre for regular activities, fundraising or social functions.
The centre has three different sized halls to cater for every event. There is also a fully equipped kitchen.There is access and facilities on both levels of the centre for disabled users. As well as a lift to give easy access to the first floor, there is also a large toilet facility complete with a shower unit.
If you would like to view the facilities or talk about what the centre can provide and fees involved, please do not hesitate to contact Fiona Stewart – Administrator, Comrie Community Council, The White Church, Dunira Street, Comrie Perthshire PH6 2L.
You can also visit their newly updated website at: http://www.comriewhitechurch.co.uk
Open from 10am for coffees, cakes, light snacks and lunches.
Available for private hire…..Fab venue for parties.
Outside catering available for all occasions.
Tullybannocher Cafe & Riverside Garden Centre