October issue of Gardener's Blether, the newsletter of Glenfinart Walled Garden (PDF). … Continued...
Ardentinny Community Trust – Glenfinart Walled Garden
Ardentinny Community Trust is delighted to report that Dennis Gower is the recipient of a Loch Lomond and The Trossachs Community Partnership 'Long Standing Champion Award’. The award was presented … Continued...
October 28, 2015 by admin · Comments Off on Ardentinny Community Trust Newsletter – October 2015
Ardentinny Community Trust Newsletter - October 2015 (PDF) … Continued...
Ardentinny Community Council
Ardentinny Community Council Meeting 7 Oct 2015 - Draft Minutes (PDF) … [Read More...]
October 28, 2015 by admin · Comments Off on Democratic Rights Denied?
At the October Ardentinny Community Council (CC) meeting, a member of the community asked the CC why the notices he posted on the community notice board which said 'Refugees Welcome Here' had been removed. With reference to the Community Council’s decision to remove similar notices which carried the … [Read More...]
October 27, 2015 by admin · Comments Off on Ardentinny Community Council Meeting Minutes 4 Aug 2015
Ardentinny Community Council Meeting Minutes 4 Aug (PDF) … [Read More...]
October 27, 2015 by admin · Comments Off on Changes to Ardentinny Community Council
At Ardentinny Community Council’s AGM earlier this month a new committee was formed. Val Kennedy resigned as Convener after “at least 10 years" in the post and was replaced by Roy Harrison. Marian Norris remains as Vice Convener, as does Malcolm Bartley as Treasurer. Eileen Connell was elected Secretary. … [Read More...]
Ardentinny Renewables Trust
October 28, 2015 by admin · Comments Off on Ardentinny Renewables Trust – project update
At the October Community Council meeting, Chair of Ardentinny Renewables Trust (ART), Dougie Menzies, reported that a planning application has been submitted to the National Park and SEPA for two renewable energy projects and that SEPA says it could take up to 4 months for a response. Apparently some of the pipes will need to be above ground and therefore covered with hessian and moss.
Hydrover, the development company, had quoted a potential income to the village of £8000 per annum for the two sites. However, that was prior to a 40% cut in the Feed In Tariff by the UK Government which will have a knock-on effect on income to the community. However, it was still considered to be a worthwhile project.
October 4, 2015 by admin · Comments Off on Popup ‘SolidarityStudio’ promotes #RefugeesWelcome
As part of Amnesty International's Refugees Welcome campaign, ardentinny.org created a popup '#SolidarityStudio' at Saturday's Glenfinart Walled Garden Harvest Fair. In support of the #RefugeesWelcome … [Read More...]
It looks like fibre broadband is finally on its way to Ardentinny. This week, BT Openreach posted the following information on the village notice board: KN Networks Services on behalf of Openreach will be carrying out works to facilitate the installation of superfast fibre broadband. These works will … [Read More...]
The following has been posted on Ardentinny’s Community Notice Board: “The notices about refugees produced by a political activist group “38 degrees" have been removed by members of the Ardentinny Community Council. This noticeboard belongs to and is administered by the community council, which, … [Read More...]
September 13, 2015 by admin · Comments Off on Refugees: A shot in the arm for Argyll
Yesterday’s moving ‘Glasgow Sees Syria’ candlelight vigil was one of many similar events held throughout Europe this weekend and attended by thousands to show solidarity for the plight of Syria’s refugees. Despite reluctance by David Cameron’s government to welcome those desperately fleeing … [Read More...]
Argyll & Bute Council
Ardentinny Conservation and Heritage Group
September 1, 2015 by admin · Comments Off on Ardentinny Conservation and Heritage Group new website
August 3, 2015 by admin · Comments Off on Public Consultation on Electoral Boundaries
Under the proposals, the existing Cowal Ward would disappear and Ardentinny would fall within Ward 8, Lomond North. Details of the proposals can be found here and you can give your views via their consultation portal.
The consultation period ends on 22 October, 2015.