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Community Summit

The Matterhorn

Dunblane Organisations plan meeting

Discover Dunblane, Dunblane Community Council and Dunblane Development Trust are convening a “Community Summit” to discuss the draft Community Action Plan Dunblane 2020, developed from the Town Centre Charrette.   The meeting will be on 20 February 2017 from 7.30 to 9pm in the Braeport Centre.   A large number of local organisations have been invited: David Prescott, Chair of Holmehill Community Buyout, will be representing us, but other Holmehill members may be interested in attending as well.

The organisers have been meeting regularly to turn the results of the Town Centre Charrette into a Community Action Plan which will bring improvements and new activity to Dunblane.

They say

Our previous Action Plan expired at the end of 2014 after much had been achieved.   We hope that this new Action Plan, covering 2017 to 2020, reflects the needs of Dunblane – residents, businesses and visitors – and believe that the actions are aspirational but achievable.   The Action Plan shows what we as a community want to achieve – and will help us to get other partners involved, raise funds for new projects – and get the wider community of Dunblane involved.

More details on the proposed actions will be provided at the meeting – and there will be an opportunity to comment on the actions and raise any issues.   The meeting will also be an opportunity to hear about a new project which aims to enhance the historic centre of the community around the cathedral.

Image: Wikipedia. “The Matterhorn” Zacharie Grossen – Camptocamp.org, CC BY-SA 3.0

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