Tag Archive: ‘KAT’
Mini Tarmachan Ridge quietly evolves in Breadalbane Park?
Questions are being asked about a massive mound of earth that now divides Breadalbane Park.
Locals needed to help steer KAT
The 2015 Killin and Ardeonaig Trust (KAT) AGM will take place on Saturday 28th March in the Killin Hotel at 11am. Currently there are nine directors, including the chair and a Company Secretary. The maximum number of Directors is twelve, of which two are reserved for Community Councillors and one for Environmental Action Killin (EAK).
Killin and Ardeonaig Community Development Trust (KAT) manages land and assets on behalf of the community, supports facilities for social welfare, recreation, natural environment, open spaces, local sustainability, structures of historic or architectural significance, trade and industry, education and awareness of the local environment.
Community Council notes November 2014
Present: F. Kennedy, T. Frost, P. Farquharson, C. Grant, Ron Allner, C. Campbell, L. Campbell, F. Chisholm, S. Inglis, C. Kemp, In attendance: Gordon Watson (LLTNP), Councillor M. Earl, O. McKee (LLTNP), E. Murray (Minutes) and 5 members of the public Apologies: Y.
What’s the hold up with Breadalbane Park work?
Reports at the Killin Community Council (KCC) meeting on Tuesday 11th November 2014 have given a bit of background to the delay in the start of Breadalbane Park upgrade work.
Community Council notes September 2014
Tuesday 9th of September 2014 Present: F. Kennedy, C. Grant, Ron Allner, C. Campbell, L. Campbell, F. Chisholm, S. Inglis In attendance: O. McKee (LLTNP), I. Frickleton (Police Scotland) and 2 members of the public Apologies: T. Frost, P. Farquharson, Y. Gillies, C. Kemp, Councillor A. Hayes, S.
A thrift shop run by volunteers in the Old Mill in Killin the building which previously housed Breadalbane Folklore Centre.
St Fillans Mill
A three story high former tweed mill built from rubble to the north-west of the Bridge of Dochart around the area of Millmore. The mill stands on a traditional site occupied by a succession of meal mills, the earliest of which is said to have been erected by St Fillan.
£10k toilet study foiled by council EcoCar charger?
An unexpected twist for the planning of Killin public toilets saw a recharging point for electric cars ‘plonked’ in the very spot recommended by the £10,000.00 feasibility study.
Community Council notes July 2014
Notes from the meeting of Killin Community Council on 8th July 2014. David Hopper was in attendance to discuss fly tipping in the Station Road Car Park and the opening arrangements of the Callander Recycling Centre. David noted that he had visited the car park and had found it to be very tidy.