Welcome to Comrie’s Community Website
This website was set up and is run by the Community Council for the benefit of all of our residents and visitors.
Whether you are a local resident or visiting tourist, this is where you can find out all about our village. The website has all the local news and events together with details of all the things to do and see in the local area, from walking to golfing, historic sites and beautiful scenery.
The village has a wide range of shops, including hotels, craft and gift shops, a cafe, a delicatessen, bakers, butchers and general stores.
After a couple of years hiatus, the Comrie Fortnight is back. Running from Saturday 23rd July until Saturday 6th August, there are events planned every day, from the pram race, to the raft race, culminating in the Float Parade and a party at Laggan Park on the final day.
A full schedule of all the events can be found here
Walking in the Area
The area is renowned for is beautiful scenery and here you can find details a variety of walks suitable for all ages and abilities.
Please note that the eastern part of the Glenlednock circular walk is currently closed due to storm damage.
Comrie has a long and varied history, from evidence of prehistoric habitation, through to Pictish and Celtic times.
The Romans established a fort in the area during their occupation of the country.
You can find a brief overview of the history of the area here.
The next Comrie Community Council meeting will be held in the Library of the Royal Hotel on Thursday August 11th 2022 at 7.00 pm. All are welcome to attend. The Agenda for the meeting :
Activities in Comrie Library over the summer: Tuesday, 26 July 2022 10-10:30 Storytime at Comrie Library for preschool children. 11-11:45 Crafts in Comrie Library for 5 year olds and up Thursday, 28 July 2022 5:30 - 6:30 Cafe Books Tuesday, 2nd August: ...
We are delighted to let you all know as from tomorrow we are able to accept donations again. There is a slight change in the procedure, all donations are welcome to Hut 43 at Cultybraggan camp on Mondays between 1pm-4pm only. Unfortunately we cannot accept donations...
VisionPK provides a range of specialist services for those who are visually impaired, deaf or hard of hearing. A couple of years ago Vision PK carried out a consultation with our visually impaired clients, volunteers and staff. People responding expressed a need for...
As you may be aware, the Council has been developing the detailed proposals for theabove flood scheme and will be carrying out enabling works over the remainder of thisyear. Details of the scheme proposals and enabling works are available on theCouncil’s website at...
Affordable housing is becoming a major issue in many Scottish communities, including Comrie. A local Comrie resident, Aisling Brady, arranged an initial meeting with PKC and the Community Housing Trust (CHT) to look at how we, as a community, might be able to...