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Sunday18 Aug 2019
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  • Community Council Election

    Elections are to be held for the return of Community Councillors who will comprise the elected Community Councils as listed below for a period of 5 years from 8am on 4 October 2019 (the day after the date set for contested elections).
    Nomination papers, duly completed and signed, must be delivered to the Returning Officer no later than 5pm on Tuesday, 3 September 2019. 
    Nomination papers and further on Notice Board Page.

  • Follow up from meeting on Faws Side and Scoop Hill

  • Meeting to discuss new wind farms

    Two new wind farms of a scale previously not seen in Scotland are in the planning stage. They will both have an impact on Eskdalemuir, one sited to the west and one to east of our parish. Residents of Eskdalemuir are invited to find out more at a meeting with the developers at the Eskdalemuir Community Hub on Thursday 11th July at 6.30 pm. 

  • Grant for Defibrillators

    DUMFRIESSHIRE EAST COMMUNITY BENEFIT GROUP – EWE HILL 16 FUND AWARD ESKDALEMUIR COMMUNIITY COUNCIL£17,415.36 FOR ESKDALE DEFIBRILLATOR PROJECT. This money will be used to replace and update defibrillators across Eskdale and the HUB will soon again be home one of  these  life-saving  devices

  • Wind Farms Grants 2018-19

    Eskdalemuir Community Council (ECC) has £4,225  from two local wind farms to distribute for the benefit of the community of Eskdalemuir. This money comes from the Minsca Wind Farm which is operated by Ventient Energy and Annandale and Nithsdale Community Benefits Company which distributes the community benefit from the Harestanes Wind Farm which isoperated by Scottish Power.
    The Community Council are in favour of projects which will improve the appearance of Eskdalemuir village.

    To see how to apply go to Wind Farm Community Benefits Page.

  • More Funding Opportunities EWE HILL

    4th Round FundingThe fourth funding round is now open until 31 July 2019 and decisions on these applications will be made by the Trustees of DECBG at a meeting in September 2019.The Ewe Hill 6 Fund is open to projects that will benefit the communities of Corrie, Hutton and Boreland, Langholm, Ewes and Westerkirk, Middlebie and Waterbeck and Tundergarth and surrounding areas. Contact details to apply to this Fund are available from or by emailing Tabor, Partnership Manager of SUP, was delighted to be working with DECBG to provide funding to support strategic projects that will benefit the area and he urged people with ambitious plans to consider applying. “This fund could make a real and lasting difference to the rural communities of East Dumfriesshire” he said.Grant Information Sheet PDF - Grant Information P7 Map PDFGrant Application Form Ewe Hill PDF - Grant Application Form Ewe Hill Word Doc

  • More Funding Opportunities 2

    Two levels of award are available for activities that benefit the local community. The amount and type of information required from applicants differs depending on the size of application being made but some match funding is required for all awards.Small grants: £500 – £5,000: A minimum of 25% match funding is required, please read the ANCBC Fund Factsheet 2017-18 and Small Guidance before completing the Small Application Form. Alternatively you can apply online here.Large grants £5,001 – £20,000: A minimum of 50% match funding is required, please read the ANCBC Fund Factsheet 2017-18 and Large Guidance before completing the Large Application Form. Application closing dates this year are Monday 4th August 2019 with decision meeting in September 2019 and Monday 2nd December  with decision meeting in
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    Play an active role in your community by being on the Community Council. Contact Nick Jennings if your interested on 01387373270

  • Pedestrian Safety

    The Community Council would be interested to learn why there has been a number of near misses involving pedestrians and cyclists using the B709 rather than the multi-user track.

Welcome to Eskdalemuir Community Council Web Page

Eskdalemuir Community Council is a voluntary organisation set up by statute by the Local Authority and run by local residents to act on behalf of our area. As the most local tier of elected representation, Community Councils play an important role in local democracy. We bridge the gap between local authorities and our community, and help to make public bodies, statutory and private organisations aware of the opinions and needs of the Eskdalemuir community.

Eskdalemuir community council is comprised of people who care about their community and want to make it a better place to live. We welcome any members of the community to attend our meetings which are held on the 3rd
Thursday of January, March, May, July, September and November at 7.00 pm at the Eskdalemuir Community Hub with other meetings arranged between times as and when the need arises.


Contact details for Eskdalemuir Community Council members and further information is available at