Welcome The But & Ben!

We are delighted to hear that The But and Ben (formerly The Wayfayers) will open for takeaways from 10am tomorrow.

It will be lovely to have this facility in the centre of our village.

We wish the owners lots of luck with the launch and I'm sure we will all be keen to support this new venture in Croftamie.

Post Office Van Update

We are pleased to confirm that the Post Office van has resumed its visits to the village and will be available every Wednesday 3.30pm - 4.30pm in the Wayfarers (now The But & Ben) car park.

August Community Council Meeting

Please note that the next Community Council meeting will take place on Wednesday 12th August at 7.30pm.

This will again take place by video call (if you do not have video access, you can simply join the meeting by phone).

For joining/dial-in details, please email admin@croftamiecc.org.

In addition to the standard agenda, the following topics will be included:

  • Progress regarding the bridge repairs
  • Nursery Closure
  • Speeding traffic through the village

As always, we would love to see as many residents as possible join the meeting to have their say and input suggestions.


PPE Supplies

We hope by now, that everyone in the village who requested a supply of masks, gloves and hand sanitiser has now received this. Anyone who has been shielding and would like a supply (or top up supply) please either contact Peter on 07946 568002, or email admin@croftamiecc.org.

As the future regarding the pandemic or a 'second wave' is uncertain, we want to ensure we are prepared with supplies. We will be ordering some additional PPE and are considering where this could be stored centrally and easily accessible to those who may require it. We will provide additional details on this in due course.

Parking at Devil's Pulpit

We are glad to see that Stirling Council have taken action to combat the dangerous and irresponsible parking near Devil's Pulpit, having painted double yellow lines along the stretches of road where this has been a significant problem since the easing of lockdown.

The community council have supported this move as the risk to road users and pedestrians had increased considerably in recent months.

It goes without saying that these measures will only be effective if they are enforced by the Council and Police, and we pleased to report that several cars were spotted with fixed penalty notices since the restrictions were put in place.

We would encourage you to report all instances of illegal parking at these locations, to the police on 101.

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