Blackford Community Council is the organisation which represents the interests of the residents of Blackford. Councillors need as much information about village concerns as possible, in order for them to be raised and discussed at the next meeting. Residents are invited to attend the monthly meetings to raise any issues or concerns you may have but the community council also realises that residents may not have the time to attend the meetings or in fact may wish to remain anonymous and in those cases please do not hesitate to either contact a councillor directly or use the community council contact form, see the contacts page. The Community Council meets at the Moray Institute, lower hall and all are welcome, not just community council members.
If you want to help make your area better for all, join your local Community Council.
Community Councils are voluntary organisations that have a role in law to represent the views of the local community on issues such as planning applications.
If there’s a hot topic which gets your neighbours talking – a proposed housing development, maintenance of local footpaths or improving local facilities – then this is something the Community Council could get involved in.
Blackford Community Council meets on the last Tuesday of each month, with the exception of July and December, at 7.30pm in the Lower Hall of the Moray Institute.
Full details of fothcoming minutes can be found here.
The public are invited to attend these meetings and raise any relevant issues at the meetings.
You can also become a Community Councillor. If this is of interest, then we would be happy to provide further information.
Please contact Janet Law, Secretary, Blackford Community Council on 682315 or via the contacts page at www.blackfordcommunitycouncil.org.uk with any questions or comments on any of the above.