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.
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.
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.
The village has a very active Community Council that are invloved with a number of local initiative.
Do you want to know who the Community Council are, and what we do and how to get involved?
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.
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...
Delighted to let you all know that April’s donations are as follows. £2500.00 to Asbestos Tayside £2500.00 to Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Cancer & Leukaemia Fund.
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...
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...
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...