Muckhart Village from Seamab

About Mike Wilson

Home Energy Scotland Support

Please find below some information about how Home Energy Scotland can help reduce your energy bills and make your home warmer:

Home Energy Scotland – helping families save energy, save money and keep warm and well

Funded by Scottish Government and managed by Energy Saving Trust, Home Energy Scotland is the free, impartial energy advice and information service that is an integral part of Scottish Government’s approach to tackling fuel poverty in Scotland.

Our service aims to help householders, irrespective of affluence or tenure, reduce their energy bills and make their homes warmer, not least as the link between cold, damp homes and health and wellbeing is well documented.

Free and impartial – we do not cold call

Whilst the service we provide is in part delivered by telephone, I would like to stress that Home Energy Scotland is not a call centre. Advisors provide free, impartial energy advice designed to help householders make informed decisions. Home Energy Scotland has no connection with any energy supplier, and does not cold call.

Support we offer includes information about funding and grants available for new boilers, insulation and heating systems to help make homes more efficient. Advisors can see if people are eligible for financial support, benefits and incentives, and advise on shopping around for cheaper energy deals.

Smart Ways To Save Energy June 2019

Simple Changes, Smart Savings June 2019

Understanding Your Boiler

Home Insulation Leaflet June 2019

 

 

Beautiful Scotland Funding

Luke Graham MP – June Surgeries

Luke Graham MP will be holding a Resident’s Surgery in the Civic Centre, in Dollar, on Saturday 29th June at 10:00am.

Muckhart Nature Trail Project

You may be aware that Peter, and a team of community volunteers, are currently working to support the Muckhart Community Plan objective to improve the attractiveness of Muckhart in preparation for an entry into the “Beautiful Scotland” competition… and they need your help !!

To fund the proposed Muckhart Nature Trail project, which will engage our school children and improve the biodiversity, natural and wildlife habitats along the path from Muckhart to the primary school, we need to gain as many votes as we can for this project via the Calor Rural Community Fund website.

All you need to do is click on the following link which will take you to the Calor Rural Community Fund web page. Then type Muckhart in the Search Box and click Go. Scroll down a bit and click View project and vote (you’ll need to register your email address before voting).

And please excuse the reference to ‘Stirlingshire’ – Clackmannanshire doesn’t exist on the Calor list !!

https://www.calor.co.uk/shop/communityfund/muckhart-nature-trail

Every vote counts, so, once you’ve voted, please share this with your family, friends, neighbours, organisations and groups, work colleagues, indeed, anyone you know !!

Many thanks, indeed, in advance, for your support.

Reminder: Proposed Housing Development Consultation Event

Community Consultation Drop-In Event

to be held on

Wednesday 6th March:

Please Note: MCC has been advised that some of the Springfield leaflets, delivered around Muckhart, may state incorrectly that the event is to be held on Thursday 6th March. The correct event date is Wednesday 6th March.

Proposed Muckhart Housing Development

Contact Information

Further to last night’s meeting (Wed 6th February), during which Springfield Properties presented their housing development proposals for Muckhart, please forward any comments or issues you may wish to raise with MCC, to the following email address:

comments.h49mcc@gmail.com

Also, below are details of the

Community Consultation Drop-In Event

to be held on

Wed 6th March:

 

Notice of MCC Special Meeting

MUCKHART COMMUNITY COUNCIL

Notice of MCC Special Meeting re Proposal for Housing Development on Site H49

Further to discussions at our last MCC Meeting, a Proposal of Application Notice – 19/00007/PAN – has now been submitted to the Council’s Planning Department by Springfield Properties for site H49 (the fields behind the bowling green).

MCC has arranged with Springfield for them to present and discuss their initial residential development proposals, in advance of the proposed community engagement event (scheduled for 6th March).

The MCC Special Meeting will take place at the Coronation Hall on Wednesday 6th Feb

at 7:30pm

 

Members of the community are welcome to attend this meeting

Going on a Christmas night out?

Keep your body hydrated, drink plenty of water. If you are pregnant or might be? Zero alcohol is the safest option. Have something to eat before and during your night out.

Worried about Alcohol or Drugs? Contact Signpost Recovery – 0845 673 1774 or email

For support with someone else’s substance use contact Forth Valley Family Support – 08080 10 10 11 or email helpline@sfad.org.uk

www.nhs.uk/Livewell/alcohol

Business Support Survey

Clackmannanshire and Stirling’s Employer Engagement Forum have launched a survey to help identify support needs and skill gaps for local businesses operating in the Stirling and Clackmannanshire area. This will help direct people to the support they need, and identify where the support needs are, so that support organisations can better meet those needs.

The survey should only take about 5 minutes to complete and is appropriate for all sizes of business, including sole traders.

The following link will take you to the survey:

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/Y6HYJCG

 

 

 

Residents aim to protect Red Squirrels

Local residents along Golf Course Road are planning to display ‘Slow Down’ roads signs in an attempt to make the area safer for the local red squirrel population. Should you be driving along this road, MCC and our community would be grateful if you would take heed of these signs and slow down to help protect our red squirrels.

Many thanks, in advance !!