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Community Council

Community Council

Community Councils (CCs) are voluntary organisations set up by statute and run by local residents to act on behalf of their area. CCs act as a voice for their local area. They must ascertain and express the views of the community to local authorities and other public bodies, and to take action, which appears to be in the interests of its community. They can complement the role of the local authority but are not part of local government. They should have a positive working partnership with the local authority - therefore they must be informed on the council’s policies, and keep the council updated on their activities.CCs are comprised of people who care about their community and want to make it a better place to live. They are people who have the time to give something back. 

For the dates of Community Council meetings, see under EVENTS.

The minutes of the Community Council AGM held on 27th September can be viewed as a pdf file in a 

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The minutes of the Community Council meeting held on 26th July 2017 can be viewed as a pdf file in a 

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The minutes of the Community Council AGM held on 10th May 2017 can be viewed as a pdf file in a

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The Treasurer's Report can be viewed as a pdf file in a new window

The Chairman's Report can be viewed as a pdf file in a new window

St Fillans Community Council comprises:

Mr Richard Graham Chairman
Dr Donald Forrester Vice Chair and Treasurer
Ms Jacquie Harris Secretary
Mr Dave Pryde  
Mr Bradley Sol  
Ms Andrea Hudspeth  

The village email directory is contained in an Excel file and can be downoaded HERE.

It is Password protected and READ ONLY

Coming soon - The village telephone directory (prior to printing of hard copies for each household)


7 July 2017

Transforming Surgical Services in Tayside

NHS Tayside is proposing to make changes to where our surgeons, doctors and nurses deliver some general surgical procedures in Tayside.
The proposed changes are to ensure we can continue to provide sustainable, safe, high-quality surgical services into the future.
A public consultation on surgical services at Ninewells Hospital, Perth Royal Infirmary and Stracathro Hospital has been launched and we would like to hear your views.
The proposed changes would mean that unscheduled general surgical care would take place at Ninewells, allowing more planned procedures at Perth Royal Infirmary.

Click on the links below for further information: They will open in a new window.

Summary consultation document
Full consultation document
Questionnaire (the closing date for this is now passed)
Frequently Asked Questions

The consultation has now closed.

Kindest regards 

Shaping Surgical Services Programme Team


30 June 2017

New Camping Byelaws

Today marks four months since the new camping byelaws came into effect in Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park. We are sending this update to all of the Community Councils and Your Park Stakeholder Forum Members to give you an overview of how the first half of the season has gone.

CLICK HERE to view the Update in a new window.

CLICK HERE for updated Q&A’s on Angling & Camping

CLICK HERE for updated Q&A's on  Camping & Motorhomes

We will continue to provide Community Councils and Your Park Stakeholder Forum Members with updates as the season progresses. We would like to thank you for your feedback and help as we bed-in the new byelaws.

Best wishes

Simon Jones

Director of Conservation & Visitor Operations

Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park


28 February 2017

The revised journeys will be advertised in local and social media prior to their commencement.  In addition, updated timetable leaflets will be available.


22 December 2016

A Household Waste Recycling Centre Permit System will be introduced at all Perth & Kinross Recycling Centres from January 2017.

Household Waste Recycling Permits click HERE


Loch Earn Railway Path Project Plans

Click the image abone to view the Plans in a new window (pdf)

Page 1 shows phases 4, 5 and 6 (Proposed)

Page 2 shows phases 1, 2 and 3 (Completed)


Use this app to find the location of Public Access Defibrillators in Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. Please allow it to use your current location. Our Defibrillator in the village was funded by the St Fillans Community Trust and the British Heart Foundation.


If you wish to correspond with the St Fillans Community Council, you may do so by filling in the form below.