Community Council meetings are held every month, on the 2nd Tuesday.
Next Meeting :
Place: Blairmore Village Hall, Blairmore
Date: Tuesday October 9th at 7.30pm.
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Shore Villages weekly News-sharing
..... and coffee morning
Held every Thursday morning 10am to 12 am by BVT in the Blairmore Village Hall.
All are welcome. Come and share the news on the shore villages.
Blairmore Hall Save our Clock Fund Raising Campaign
This week Blairmore Hall Trust are launching a Save our Clock Campaign to raise £2,500 to repair the clock on the outside of this iconic building and install an electrical winding mechanism.
Blairmore Hall was built in the 1870s and was formerly the passenger waiting room for Blairmore Pier. Ownership of The building was transferred to the Blairmore Community in the 1970’s and since then the clock has required regular winding which involves climbing up a steep ladder inside the hall and manually winding the mechanism. A very precarious task.
Over the last few years this task has been carried out by Joe Lynn a Blairmore resident and Bruce Marshall Chairperson of the Hall Trust. For the last few months the Clock has stopped working as the weights have jammed and it is felt that a ‘dead clock’ in the village does not reflect the vibrancy of life in the Blairmore Community. The Hall Trust are therefore taking steps to get the clock working again and save it for the future through fixing the fault and installing an electrical winding mechanism which will mean manual winding is no longer required.
We are asking people throughout the Cowal area and further afield to help raise the money required through donations at collecting points along the Shore and online at
The fish stocks in the Firth of Clyde are under threat. The Clyde can recover and bring wealth to Scotland again, but it needs your support.
You can sign up to a Clyde charter -
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Our vision is to sustainably maintain, enhance and promote the coast and countryside of Argyll and the Isles for the benefit of communities, local businesses and visitors.
For Fire Service Warnings and Advice
KILMUN COMMUNITY COUNCIL The attached certificate indicates those members of the Community that recently attended a Basic Life Support and Defibrillator training session, and are deemed competent in those subjects, sponsored by Kilmun Community Council. If assistance is required because a patient has stopped breathing, a 'buddy' system will operate, providing a '2 man/woman' resuscitation team. Please call one or more of the following persons, if their assistance is urgently needed, providing an accurate location for the patient:
The following members of Kilmun Community attended a course in Basic Life Support on 6 February 2018. This is to certify that:
Subjects covered included:
Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation. (CPR)
The practical application of an Automatic External Defibrillator. (AED)
Brian Tester 07788718178
Lorraine Whitton 07843061145
Andy Mullen 07768780392
Ian Wherry 07779328847
Ian & Helen Giles 07791122865
Victor Sandall 07716602872
Sue Minns 07919286214
Ken Young 07989969882
If needed, one or more of the above will attend the patient's home address, and the defibrillator will be collected from Younger Hall. Important Note. Those named above have been trained to offer Basic Life Support only, but it is possible that a life could be saved by the provision of CPR if the Ambulance is delayed. Please ensure that an Ambulance is called before one or more of the above are contacted, as they do NOT replace the need for the expert medical attention that the Ambulance Service can provide.
Doug Fletcher. BEM Cert.Ed FAIB T: 01369 702639 M: 07802363008