Who We AreThe Sandbank Community Council is a group of elected local people to look after the interests of the village and its inhabitants.
The members of the council keep track of district council and other matters relivant to the village and provide views and guidence in accordance with the wishes of the local population.read more
How to Join Us
1 - Full MembershipYou can become a full member of the Community during an election period. Details of the election process can be requested from the council members or from the council offices in Hill Street, Dunoon.
The Community Council has a given number of seats dependent on the population size.
2 - Co-Opted MembershipNew members can be brought in to the Community Council at any time.
As explained in the previous description for full membership the council has a given number of seats but if these seats become available mid term new members can be co-optd on the council, theyremain on the council until the next election.
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Our MagazineThe Sandbank Scene - the community magazine.
The scene has been printed and distributed to all householders and business in Sandbank for a number of years free of charge. The magazine is funded from community council funds and income from our advertisers for which we are thankfull.Articles are being accepted via email.
We accept articles,stories and pictures with a relevance to Sandbank Village and its people and industry from the past, present and future. All submissions will be evaluated and may be edited prior to inclusion in the on-line and printed versions of the 'Scene'.Late News
Sandbank Scene Past Editions
Community Council Meeting Minutes
- January 2019
- EGM Nov 2018
- November 2018
- February 2018
- December 2017
- November 2017
- AGM May 2017
- September 2017
- August 2017
- March 2017
- February 2017
- January 2017
- November 2016
- January 2016
- September 2016
- January 2016
Community Council Meeting Dates 2016
- Minutes of Public Meeting to Discuss Marina Planning Application 2015 12 22
- November 2015
- October 2015
- September 2015
- August 2015
- AGM Report May 2015
- AGM May 2015
- May 2015
- April 2015
- March 2015
- January 2015
- December 2014
- November 2014
- October 2014
- September 2014
- August 2014
- May 2014
- April 2014
- March 2014
- February 2014
The minutes on the left may be draft versions if this is the case they may change subject to adoption at the following meeting.
Print ready files.
The minutes are presented in a printer friendly format.
The files are in PDF format and can be viewed on any smart phone, tablet or any mobile device with adobe reader installed.
2014 Gala and Winter festivalsThe power of support comes through again.
The 2014 Summer Gala was blessed by good weather and it attracted families from all over the district and goes from strength to strength. Once again a big thanks for the orginising of the whole thing goes to Rhona Altin. Although Rhona has been forced due to other commitments to step down from the Sandbank Community Council she will once again undertake the roll this year as well.
The 2014 Winter Gala brought in a more youthful element by the creation of a whole group of guys by Sandbank Primary School pupils. The day started early at 2pm in the village hall with a range of stalls selling crafts and provisions. The Focus was then transferred to the Ardnadam car park with a torchlight parade from the hall to the bonfire site. The fireworks were handled as in previous years by AF Pyro from Hillington accompanied by music supplied by Technet101 Mobile Entertainment Services. Our thanks also go out to Mr Bill Taylor who allowed us once again to use the pier as our launching point. The organisation of the day and nights entertainments are the work of Community Councillor Sue McKillop and our thanks go out to her.
As with all of the events we rely on as much help from YOU the members of our community as we can get so if you would like to take part please contact any member of the Sandbank Community Council.read more
We are currently undertaking several ongoing and single project among these we have the Summer Gala, The Winter Gala and the new Christmas celebration lights in the centre of the village. We have also smaller but no less important goals that have to be achieved, amongst these are the new planters around the village and new illuminated signs for the village access routes. We are looking in colaboration with funding authorities and the Sandbank Community Development Trust to illuminate the war monument at lazaretto point and also the multi-sports court.
Would You Like to Help?If you have any special skills or equipment you may be in a position to help.
As we plan and organise the Galas and other community events we occasionally have a requirement for outside help. If you think you could offer any help during the lead upto or during the Galas please contact us at email@example.com more
Our LocationSandbank Community Council.
Sandbank Village Hall
High Road, Sandbank
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