Community Development Team
The Team provide community development support to communities and groups, working together with people in priority communities who face the greatest challenges, on activities and projects, creating opportunities and improving people’s lives.
Our priority communities are Bannockburn & Hillpark, Cornton, Cowie, Mercat Cross & City Centre, Plean, Raploch, St Ninians and Fallin.
We work to:
- Increase the ability of people to work together for change.
- Giving people opportunities to achieve what they want to do.
- Ensure people can influence and shape their communities and issues that affect their lives.
- Share knowledge, skills and resources effectively.
The Team can work with other communities in the Stirling Council area when they can, to help with community-led development projects that reduce inequalities and improve outcomes.
The Team also:
- Signpost to other agencies and organisations who can help provide whatever support an organisation is looking for.
- Give advice and help on funding and grants through the External Funding Officer.
- Are the first point of contact and provide guidance for Participation Requests where people want to be involved in improving a service or process, and Asset Transfers where communities are interested in leasing or buying Council assets.
- Provide information on our Community pages including community profiles with key organisations, community plans, and local links.
- Offer regular E-Bulletin and information briefings with information on issues affecting organisations and communities.
Join our Mailing List to receive regular E-Bulletins and information updates.
Our regular Community Bulletin for communities and organisations provides the latest relevant news and issues both locally and nationally.
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Due to the current Covid 19 emergency this news sheet has been suspended. A fortnightly Bulletin is being circulated to the Community Response Groups working in the area.
Our External Funding Officer offers grant support to a variety of voluntary organisations every year. This is intended to assist local initiatives, encourage environmental improvement and promote community activities.
Last updated: Wednesday, June 16, 2021 1:02 AM