The most visited pages were:
- Community Council
- Business Directory
- About Comrie
- The Events Calendar
- Self-Catering Accommodation in Comrie
- April’s Police Report
- Activities in Comrie
- For Sale/Swap
- Walking in the Area
This is interesting in that there has been a slight move from the normal big hitters. So if you have a Comrie Event going on, please contact Sandra via the contact tab at the top of this page, or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org with your event details, a logo and photos if you have one, or if you are a Comrie business that wants to feature on the website so that we can help promote you or your event here on the website and our our very popular Facebook page*.
With regards to the Facebook Page these were the most visited posts during April:
- The sudden passing of well known Comrie resident and Guiding Association leader Marlyn Lees.
- The Royal Visit. Due to Axel Catton for sharing and the link to the BBC News
- The Comrie Cafe, produced by local resident George Carson
- Photos shared by Zandra Black a new resident to the village – Thank you Zandra
- The disappearance of personal items from graves at the cemetary.
- An aerial shot taken by local resident Mark Nesbitt from his Microlight – Thanks Mark
- Thanks to Angus Crabbie for this aerial shot of our wee village
- Interesting news about the Bunker (announcing the sale of the Bunker)
- A voucher offer for Auchingarrich Wildlife Park
- Thanks for Felicity Martin for her photo of the woods near the Deil’s Cauldron.
*Please remember even if you don’t have a Facebook account you can still scroll through the posts on our Home page using the scroll bar to the the right of the Facebook entry.
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