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Ferintosh Community Council

Welcome to the web site of the Ferintosh Community Council (FCC), Ross-shire, in the Highlands of Scotland.   The FCC area lies within the Black Isle Ward of The Highland Council local authority area. This rural area, home to over 2000 residents, provides commanding views of many mountainous areas around the Cromarty Firth with the Ben Wyvis massif dominating.


boundary map of the ferintosh community council area at april 2011




















Community Councils are voluntary organisations that act as a voice for their local area.  The general purpose of a Community Council is to "ascertain, co-ordinate and express to the local authorities for its area, and to public authorities, the views of the community which it represents". FCC has been particularly focused for some years now on ascertaining the views of residents by developing an email list that currently provides contact with over 42% of voters.

FCC meets monthly throughout the area rotating meetings between Culbokie Primary School, Ferintosh Village Hall and Mulbuie Village Hall. All meetings are held in public and we welcome all residents to come along to hear about all our ongoing projects and to air residents' views. Meetings take place on the second Wednesday of each month at 7.15pm.

Meetings are generally face to face or on Zoom, allowing discussion of planning applications and the issues of most concern to residents. Currently these issues include the hazards of our roads, poor transport provision and the state of support for people in their own homes. 

Future meeting dates and locations can be found here.

Next meeting is at Culbokie Primary School on Wednesday 8th November.

Community Councils are governed by the Scheme of Establishment. This sets out how they should operate including elections, membership rules and meeting arrangements.


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