Help Save Our Library – PKC Survey

As you may be aware, their local libraries have seen a lot of change over the last ten years and in general, use of libraries has been declining as people make more use of online book stores and access information in other ways. The pandemic has also impacted on...

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Cultural Connections – Making Marks on Paper

Comrie Library is proud to host a series of participatory, visual art workshops which will link text with examples of Scottish artists from the Perth Museum and Art Gallery collections.  Accomplished local artist, Liz Kemp, will be using the format of Guided Drawing,...

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Trees for Planting in Comrie

As you may be aware the stand of trees behind the Fire Station next to the river have been felled recently as the area was becoming over grown and the trees were too densely planted resulting in them being unhealthy and at increased risk of falling.  As part of the...

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Pharmacist bids Farewell

Aleks McDougall, the pharmacist from Davidsons our local Chemist is moving on.  He has said "I wanted to reach out to the community as this week will be my last week as your Pharmacist at Davidsons Comrie. I will be moving to a pharmacy closer to home, to give me more...

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Comrie Cycling Without Age needs Pilots!

We've lots of passengers - so we need more pilots! Cycling Without Age Comrie is gearing up for the season, getting ready to give people with limited mobility the chance to feel the wind in their hair. We're looking for confident cyclists who would love to volunteer...

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Comrie Dog Park Now Open

Comrie Community Council are happy to welcome Comrie Dog Park to our Business Directory. The new facility has three deer fenced paddocks available for dog owners to utilise for training or a fun walk and play sessions knowing you dog/s will be able to run freely....

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Comrie Sing-a-Long

The Comrie Sing-a-Long is back. It meets at Comrie Parish Church on the second Thursday of the month from 2 pm until 3:30 pm. Afternoon Tea served.. For more information or transport (Comrie only), call Mairi - 670570.  

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Illustrated Talk and Book Signing

A fascinating talk is lined up for us at the Rural Hall in Comrie on Saturday 14th May. Ainslie Hepburn will revealing what it was like to be a Jewish German refugee working at Cultybraggan Camp in 1945. Herbert Sulzbach arrived in January, just weeks after Feldwebel...

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New Livestock Attacks and Worrying Legislation

Did you know, those charged with livestock worrying can face a fine of up to £40,000 or face up to 12 months in prison? The new Dogs (Protection of Livestock) (Amendment) (Scotland) Bill 2021 came in to force on 5th November 2021 and an official launch of the 'Your...

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Planning Application for the old RBS Building

A new planning application has been submitted to PKC for the former Royal Bank of Scotland building on Drummond Street. The application states: "22/00429/FLL | Change of use and alterations to former bank (class 2) to form hot food takeaway and installation of...

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Picnic Bench in honour of Gordon McCartney

Last month a picnic bench was placed in Laggan Park in honour of Gordon McCartney who sadly passed away last September. The bench was donated by the Comrie Community Council. They wanted to honour the fact he had served Comrie Community Council for 46 years, making...

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Comrie Breast Buddies Support Group

The Comrie Breast Buddies support group meets every Wednesday at 10-12 in the Comrie Rural Hall. Breast Buddies, is a mum to mum peer support service for new mothers, and was conceived and developed by a group of NHS breastfeeding support volunteers who are also local...

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Cutybraggan Camp Reopens to the Public

We are delighted to announce that the Visitor Experience at Cultybraggan Camp will be open to visitors from Saturday 16 April. Opening times are Thursday to Sundays 10.30 to 16.30 with last entry at 15.45 until end of October. The museum has been refreshed with many...

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Legion Park Easter Fun Day

We would just like to say a massive Thank You to everyone for the support we had yesterday at our Easter Fun Afternoon!! We hope you all had fun doing the crafts we put on( Thank you to Jim Thomsons for the wood) and enjoying the delicious ice cream The Pavilion Cafe...

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Strathean Ramblers Programme for 2022

Strathearn Ramblers forthcoming programme  19th April.  Dunkeld and Loch of the Lowes. Stroll Start & finish: Cally car park (turn left off the A923 Blairgowrie road [1 mile beyond Dunkeld) Meet to depart at 11.15 so have coffee beforehand. Distance 5 miles...

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Remote Access Scams

More than £50 million was lost last year to scams where victims are tricked into handing over control of their computer or smartphone to criminals. New data from Action Fraud, the national reporting centre for fraud and cybercrime, reveals that 20,144 people fell...

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A85 Comrie Overnight Closure – 20/21 April

BEAR Scotland, on behalf of Transport Scotland, will be undertaking essential drainage and culvert repairs on asection of the A85 Trunk Road at Dunfallandy Cottage, West of Comrie. Please find enclosed location anddiversion drawing for geographical clarity. The works...

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Over 20,000 people fell victim to remote access scams

More than £50 million was lost last year to scams where victims are tricked into handing over control of their computer or smartphone to criminals. New data from Action Fraud, the national reporting centre for fraud and cybercrime, reveals that 20,144 people fell...

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