We now have just over 600 Members – fantastic!!
Thank you for your support. Let’s see if we can make it to 1,000. Tell your family, friends, neighbours and colleagues. Everyone living in Tullibody, Glenochil and Cambus is welcome to join. There are 10,000 people living here so spread the word.
Latest News Update
We had a very positive meeting with Stuart Crickmar and Councillor Helen Lewis with Julie McGrath of CTSI.
The proposal from the Council for the Civic Centre is due to two drivers – budget cuts, and the Community Empowerment Bill.
The Council intend to save money on no staffing or property costs for the Centre from 30th September 2018
They are “decommissioning” the leisure side of the Civic Centre, meaning the library and all the functions already available there, internet access, web4U etc will continue until this is transferred into the new school, due August 2019.
The Heritage centre will also remain as is, with the hope that it will become part of the CAT request for all of the building at a date in the near future.
We discussed what a lease or interim management would mean for us. Stuart suggested that rather than a lease which could involve legal and property responsibilities they were considering offering us an “Occupancy Agreement”. The details of this have still to be confirmed.
TCDT attended the local High School, Lornshill Academy on 1st June 2018 to deliver a presentation to 3rd Year pupils about the Trust and the work it is involved in to save and enhance the Civic Centre and playing fields. Charlie Watt and Janette McGowan, 2 of the trustees were on hand to explain the …
Tullibody Community Development Trust submitted it’s Expression of Interest for the Civic Centre including Car Park, surrounding Parkland and Swing Park to the Council on 15th August 2017. Clackmannanshire Council has the following information on it’s website regarding Community Asset Transfer: “Community Asset Transfer involves the transfer of responsibility for an asset from the Council …
Press Release 14th March 2018