Local Area Networks

Local Area Networks currently operate in three areas of the Park – Cowal, Lomond and Trossachs. Area Networks are a valuable opportunity for community members to meet, share their experiences, discover and connectlocal issues, find out what is going on in their area and identify new opportunities for local development.

Cowal Area Network

CP Director Iain MacInnes organises and chairs the Cowal meetings.

Meeting dates: February,  May,  November

Meeting Agenda: Further details to follow

Venue(s): Lochgoilhead Village Hall, Ardentinny Village Hall, Uig Hall

Agenda items: Guest speakers and community and area quick updates –  Your Project’s, Your News and Your Say!!

Who should come to an area network?  The Cowal Area Network or ‘CAN’ as we refer to it is open to all Community Councils, Development Trusts and community interest groups.

Whether you are interested in getting involved or are actively engaged with projects relating to heritage, social enterprise, community shares, marine litter, renewable energy, rural transport, mental health, public services, social housing, woodlands, wildlife conservation or improvements to derelict buildings the CAN is a great opportunity for communities across the region to make those links and find connections.

Your views influence our agenda, so if you have any burning community issues that you want to share please get in touch! To get involved contact us.

Lomond Area Network

Meeting dates: April, September

Meeting Agenda: Further details to follow

Venue(s): NPA Balloch, Maid of the Loch, Luss Village Hall, Arrochar Village Hall

Agenda items: Guest speakers and community and area quick updates –  Your Project’s, Your News and Your Say!!

Who should come to an area network?  The Lomond Area Network or ‘LAN’ as we refer to it is open to all Community Councils, Development Trusts and community interest groups.

Whether you are interested in getting involved or are actively engaged with projects relating to heritage, social enterprise, community shares, marine litter, renewable energy, rural transport, mental health, public services, social housing, woodlands, wildlife conservation or improvements to derelict buildings the CAN is a great opportunity for communities across the region to make those links and find connections.

Your views influence our agenda, so if you have any burning community issues that you want to share please get in touch! To get involved contact us.

If you would like to find out more or would like to get involved contact us at info@thecommunitypartnership.org.uk