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.

Coronation Street Party

Comrie Community Council invite you to a Street Party on Sunday 7th May to comermmerate the corontaion of King Chares III.

The street party will be held on Dalginross, between the war memorial and mid square, from 13:00 until 16:00

Full details 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.

Village History

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.

Latest News

Comrie Cancer Shop – March Donations

Marvellous March Another amazing month of support from you all which enables us to donate to the following £3000 to Hayley’s Smiles (Children’s cancer support) £3000 to Marie Curie Cancer Care Thank you all so very much

Glen Lednock Path Diversions

Forestry and Land Scotland will be starting work next month to fell the trees and clear paths on the Glen Lednock circular footpath.    An alternative route will be in place while this work is undertaken. Please see the revised routes on the map below.

Update from SEPA on Potential Vulnerable Areas

Dear Community Council, Apologies for the less than personal communication. A number of Community Councils have noted that since the consultation is online it is difficult to consider it collaboratively. In order to enable discussion of the PAV Consultation at a...