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?
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,...
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...
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...
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...
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....
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.