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EDF Renewables Burnfoot Hill Community Fund

MCC Microgrants and Event Fund

Muckhart Community Council (MCC) is pleased to announce that our microgrant and event fund applications are officially open.

If you are a resident or group based within the Muckhart area and have a project that could benefit local residents in line with the aims of the main EDF Burnfoot Hill Community Benefit Fund, you can apply for awards up to £250 for individuals or £500 for groups.

You can find out more by contacting Further details are also available here:

Applications close 5th June 2024.

Muckhart Community Transport Surveys

Muckhart Community Council are keen to find out about your unmet transport needs. One potential solution would be Community Transport. Discussions have been taking place with Glenfarg Community Transport Group (GCTG) about a possible collaboration to progress this issue.

Community transport is not just about moving people from point A to point B.  It is about fostering a sense of belonging, bridging divides, and empowering individuals to access education, employment, healthcare, and social opportunities that are the bedrock of a thriving community.  Community transport provides flexible and accessible community-led solutions in response to unmet local transport needs.

How to Participate: There are two surveys, one for everyone and one for those aged under 22. These are being delivered to your letter box and word versions can be accessed here.

Muckhart Community Transport Survey

Muckhart Youth Transport Survey

Alternatively, use the QR link below.

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The survey consists of 8 questions/sections and will take a few minutes of your time to complete. Your responses will remain anonymous unless you wish to provide contact details.

Please use the online form or leave a paper copy delivered to your letter box at Mona’s of Muckhart. You can also email a word copy to or ask for for additional copies.

Thank you for taking the time to help.

Muckhart Community Transport Meeting – 28th April 2024

If you didn’t manage to the Muckhart Community Transport meeting on Sunday 28th April and want to find out more about the presentation by Glenfarg Community Transport Group and options going forward to improve transport in the Muckhart area please click on the link below.

Community Transport Meeting

Community Afternoon Tea

Community Afternoon Tea

Message from MCC Secretary


Many thanks to Gillian for her duties as secretary of Muckhart Community Council over the last year. As I’m sure you already know, Gillian is now chair and I have taken on the role of Secretary.

It is my intention to send out a weekly list of notices and other information to residents who have signed up to MCC. I will be moving this to Mailchimp over the next couple of weeks, this will give you more control to opt in/out of receiving communication from MCC. Anything urgent will be posted on our facebook page and/or website.

So, new notices/information this week-

1. 5-6-2173 The Clackmannanshire Council, A823 Muckhart (Temporary Prohibition of Driving, Parking and Loading) Order 2022

2. 5-6-2162 The Clackmannanshire Council, A91 Pool O Muckhart (Temporary Parking Suspension) Order 2022

3. Springfield Homes Pool of Muckhart Development Virtual Walkthrough Pool of Muckhart (

4. Street Lighting Faults – register on Report it –

All street lighting faults should be registered on the new, redesigned clacks web fault reporting tool.

This will automatically send the faults to the street lighting team – this speeds up the response time and cuts out double handling of information”

This is the link:

5. Clacks Community Lottery:
Clacks Community Lottery is an exciting weekly lottery that raises money for good causes in Clackmannanshire. All good causes supported by the lottery will benefit Clackmannanshire and its residents.
Play the lottery and support Clackmannanshire!
• Tickets are only £1 per week
• 60% goes to local good causes
• You can win up to £25, weekly draws
• So don’t delay, get your tickets today!
Clacks Community Lottery – Support a good cause & maybe even win big!
Interested in signing up as a local community group, charity or third sector organisation – then don’t delay – Clacks Community Lottery is open to any Clacks-based groups and is free to any local group, see here for more details.

Clacks Community Lottery – Support a good cause & maybe even win big!

6. Over £400K is being made available to third sector organisations to support Mental Health and Wellbeing in Communities across Clackmannanshire & Stirlingshire.
Clackmannanshire Third Sector Interface (CTSI) and Stirlingshire Voluntary Enterprise (SVE) as part of the TSI Scotland Network, have launched the Communities Mental Health and Wellbeing Fund on Monday 26th September.
The closing date is Friday 21st October and assessment will be completed by Monday 14th November with funds aiming to be distributed in the following week. There will be three levels of grant this year £3K, £8K and £15K and there will be up to a year to use the funds this year.
For more guidance or details on how to apply, please see here.

If you have any ideas how you would like to see this update develop please let me know.

Best wishes

Andy Davis

Muckhart Community Council

Muckhart Community Council Membership for 2023


At the Muckhart Community Council (MCC) AGM on Wednesday 14 September 2022 Jon Jordon stood down as Chair.


I have taken over the position of Chair and Andy Davis our Vice Chair and Planning Convenor has kindly agreed to take on the Secretary duties. There will be cross over for a little while. There are no other changes to responsibilities.


Many thanks to Jon for steering us through our first year as MCC. I look forward to serving the village in my new capacity and as always happy to hear from residents about particular issues.






Gillian Thompson OBE

County Service of Thanksgiving – 20 September 2022

I have been asked by Tim Allan CBE, Deputy Lieutenant, to circulate the following information about the planned Service of Thanksgiving for the County.


There will be a County Service of Thanksgiving for the life of Her Majesty the Queen in St Mungos Church in Alloa at 6pm on Tuesday 20th September and everyone is welcome to attend.  


The service is in response to many requests for such to be held locally. Full details will be posted on Clackmannanshire Council website, social media and the Lieutenancy website.


Road Closure at Leys Farm – 12 and 13 September

Please note the road closure at Leys Farm planned for next week.

5-6-2149 The Clackmannanshire Council, B908 Fairfield and B9140, Sauchie (Temporary No Parking Restrictions) Order 2022

5-6-2153 The Clackmannanshire Council, B9140 Near Coalsnaughton (Temporary Prohibition of Driving, Parking and Loading) Order 2022

5-6-2154 The Clackmannanshire Council, Park Terrace, Tullibody (Temporary Prohibition of Driving, Parking and Loading) Order 2022

5-6-2155 The Clackmannanshire Council, High Street, Dollar (Temporary Prohibition of Driving, Parking and Loading) Order 2022

5-6-2156 The Clackmannanshire Council, Uppermill Street, Tillicoultry (Temporary Prohibition of Driving, Parking and Loading) Order 2022

5-6-2159 The Clackmannanshire Council, West of Leys Cowden Farm, Pool’O’Muckhart (Temporary Prohibition of Driving, Parking and Loading) Order 2022


In September, Elect Her – a non-partisan CIC supporting women on their political journey – are hosting a month-long series of webinars, entitled Her Life in Politics, exploring every role in Scottish politics. Each Tuesday at 7:30-9pm, elected representatives from across the political spectrum will share their journey into politics and experiences since.


On Tuesday 20th 7:30-9pm, the webinar will focus on Community Councillors, hearing from Karen Harcus, Alison Lowe and Elizabeth Brown and with facilitation from former community councillor and chair Lauren Bennie. This webinar is a great opportunity for any woman motivated to create positive change in her community to learn how becoming a community councillor can help put ideas into action, learning from other women’s lived experience and meeting like-minded women along the way.


If you know a fantastic woman who you would like to encourage to become a community councillor, please invite them to this free online event so they can start their political journey today. Full details on the event, including how to book, are available here:


The full webinar programme is as follows:

All webinars are open to women from across Britain, either new or existing members of the Elect Her community, and will be BSL interpreted and include closed captioning. ’

Should you have any further queries, please contact:


Rosie Trevill:

Community & Communications Coordinator