Community involvement post-pandemic – How do you want to participate?

Argyll & Bute Council has announced an 8-week consultation for the public to consider how they participate in their local Community Council meetings. During the pandemic, the Council allowed community councils to hold meetings remotely, online. However, as this was a temporary measure, meetings should now be reverting back to face-to-face. The consultation is for the …

Community Council emergency action plan & general advice

The following has been received from Ardentinny Community Council: Ardentinny Community Council Emergency Action Plan and General Advice As you are no doubt aware the coronavirus outbreak will affect everyone at some point within the village, the current advice as per the NHS Scotland website https://www.nhsinform.scot/ is as follows: If you've developed a continuous cough …

Ardentinny Community Council Emergency Action Plan call for volunteers

Received from Ardentinny Community Council: As you are no doubt aware the coronavirus outbreak is starting to affect everyone in the Ardentinny community council area with this in mind the community council is in the process of creating a plan within which those most at risk or those with symptoms who are self-isolating can get …

Volunteers needed for Ardentinny Community Emergency Plan

At the September Community Council (CC) meeting, CC Secretary, Captain Alistair McLundie reported on the state of readiness of the community emergency plan. The current content has all the key points as indicated in the Argyll and Bute Council’s template but cannot be progressed further without volunteers. There are a lot of people required to …