This website provides information about Fintry Community Council. Community Councils are the most local tier of statutory representation in Scotland. They are intended to bridge the gap between local authorities and communities, and help to make public bodies aware of the opinions and needs of the communities they represent. The Community Council represents Fintry residents and aims to communicate the majority view on major issues affecting the village and our area to Stirling Council and other organisations.

The boundary map for Fintry Community Council may be viewed here.

Have your say

We can only deal with what we know about. If you have concerns about any local issue then contact us or via the email below, by registering on the forum, or better still, come to a meeting and tell us about it. 

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To find when and where our meetings are held, minutes of previous meetings, planning applications, public notices or how to contact us please use the links on the left

For further information or to get in touch with a member of the council please use the email below.

If you wish to be kept up to date with news from the Community Council please complete the form below and we will add you to the mailing list.

Community Councilor Elections

For the Community Council to survive we need to elect 5 new members.

Please see the public announcement document vailable from the link below for further detail.

The nomination for is here - Nomination Form

Public Announcement

Click here for the next meeting date


Important - Police Update

There has been an increase in the number of break-ins in the village and surrounding areas.

The police are asking that everyone is extra vigilante and ensure that all doors, windows and out buildings are secure.

Also if you see any suspicious activity, persons or vehicles in the area please call the Police on the non emergency number 101 or if an emergency on 999. Note any vehicle registration numbers, make and colour if possible.

No matter how small or innocent it may seem the Police would rather you called at the time and not later!