Crailing, Eckord and Nisbet Community Council is a legally recognised group of local people with an interest in their community. The main role of the Community Council is to represent its local area, to consult with local residents, and pass their views on to public sector organisations such as Scottish Borders Council, NHS Borders and the Scottish Executive. We are particularly keen to improve local amenities and facilities for the benefit of our residents and to develop community relationship between the three villages. Click this link to view Boundary Map
Meetings are held approximately four times per year alternating between the village halls in Crailing and Eckford.
Next Community Council Meeting:
Will be held at Eckford Village Hall on Monday 21st June 2021 at 7:00 p.m.
Members of the public are always welcome at Community Council meetings however due to Covid restrictions only those people who have registered to attend will be permitted. Please email email@example.com if you wish to be there. The agenda for this meeting can be found by clicking on the [Latest Meetings] button below.
All Community Councillors represent the whole area and we are fortunate to have representatives from each of the main settlements of Crailing, Eckford, Nisbet and Ulston. Their role it is to consult with residents in and around their area and report back to the full Community Council. Click on Contact Us to request further information.
To find out more about how you can become more involved in your community and/or represent your neighbours on the Community Council simply click on the "Sign Up Now" button and complete the form.
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|Dog Walking in the Countryside||⬇ Download|
|Bus Service 20 from 22 Jan 202||⬇ Download|
|Oil Boiler Servicing 2020/21 S||⬇ Download|
|Oil Boiler Servicing 2020/21 B||⬇ Download|
|Chairman's Report 2018-19||⬇ Download|
|Jubilee Path Booklet revised J||⬇ Download|
|Economic Impact National Park||⬇ Download|
|Chairman's Report 2017-18||⬇ Download|
|Scottish Water March 18 News||⬇ Download|
|Save Our Wildlife||⬇ Download|
|Chairman's Report 2016-17||⬇ Download|
|Jubilee Path Map of Route||⬇ Download|
|Jubilee Path Booklet||⬇ Download|
|Chairman's Report 2015-16||⬇ Download|
|Boundary Map||⬇ Download|
|CC - Constitution||⬇ Download|
|Chairman's Report 2014-15||⬇ Download|
|09/05/2022 (19:00pm)||Lothian Hall, Crailing||AGM May 2022 Community Council||Not Available|
|07/02/2022 (19:00pm)||Lothian Hall, Crailing||February 2022 FUTURE Community Council Meeting||Not Available|
|08/11/2021 (19:00pm)||Eckford Village Hall||November 2021 FUTURE Community Council Meeting||Not Available|
|30/08/2021 (19:00pm)||Lothian Hall, Crailing||August 2021 NEXT Community Council Meeting||Not Available|
|21/06/2021 (19:00pm)||Eckford Village Hall||Last CC Meeting 21st June 2021||⬇ Download|
|21st June 2021 (Draft)||Minutes||⬇ Download|
|15th June 2021 AGM||Minutes||⬇ Download|
|Chairman's Report 2019-21||Minutes||⬇ Download|
|Bucc Est. Meeting 19/4/21||Minutes||⬇ Download|
|2nd March 2020 CC Minute||Minutes||⬇ Download|
|9th December 2019 Minute||Minutes||⬇ Download|
|23rd September 2019 Minute||Minutes||⬇ Download|
|24th June 2019 Minute||Minutes||⬇ Download|
|6th May 2019 AGM Minutes||Minutes||⬇ Download|
|6th May 2019 AGM Treasurer Rep||Minutes||⬇ Download|
|4th February 2019||Minutes||⬇ Download|
Nisbet Churchyard Restoration Project
An application for funding via the Nisbet Initiative Collective was submitted to the Localities Bid Fund to enable the Nisbet Churchyard Restoration project to proceed. Thanks to local support this bid was successful and the project is currently being implemented. Delays have been incurred due to Covid Restrictions but this matter is still very much in-hand and will continue as soon as circumstances allow.
Walking: It is hoped that the Wooden Track a circular route starting and ending in Eckford will be upgraded in the near future to make it more accessible to locals and visitors.
This is the most recent Chairman's report: Chairmans Report 2019-2020 at 15 Jun 2021