Does your club or group need funding? Visit the Funding
Page which has monthy updates.
Community groups and individuals are again invited to apply
for grant funding from Kinross Community Council Newsletter
Ltd charitable company (KCCNL). This is the fund that has
built up over the years from profits made by the Kinross
Deadlines for applications are 30 September and 31 March.
For more information and forms,
here for .pdf
here for .docx
& Kinross Locality Newsletter for Health
and Social Care.
Useful contact details and articles about local groups.
Perth & Kinross Mental Health
Directory of Services
Covid 19 Update
During this time of uncertainty, it is understandable
to be feeling anxious or worried and it can be helpful
to talk to someone about your own worries.
See the Directory
of Services or visit www.pkc.gov/mentalhealth
PEOPLE OF KINROSS-SHIRE!????
I'm working on a project for Kinross Partnership
about local community online engagement. I have a super
short survey for you to take and I'd really appreciate as
many of you completing it as possible. It will only take
a couple of minutes! Please share it too.
If you are a local club, group, business or organisation
who is already registered with KLEO or the Kinross.cc website,
you'll be sent a link for a business specific survey direct
to your email. This one is just for members of the public.
If you are a business or group and you don't think we'll
have your contact details but would like to complete the
survey, just drop me a message.
Thanks so much everyone.
open until end April
try and get the funds together to rebuild the Millhide,
which has sadly been burnt down, we need everyone’s
help to get the word out about Nature Scots first crowdfund
project. There is a Facebook post here,
please share it if you can.
If you’d like to make a donation, text 'MILLHIDE'
to 70450 to donate £5 (costs £5 plus standard
rate message), or any amount up to £20 by texting
MILLHIDE and a number, for example "MILLHIDE20"
to donate £20. Or visit the
Broke Not Broken
your income reduced or disappeared as a result of Coronavirus?
Do you need help with Food?
Who are we?
Broke Not Broken is a local charity based in Kinross-shire
dedicated to tackling the effects of poverty. We run the
local food bank as well as other community projects. We
work with referral agents to make sure you get all the support
that you need.
Broke Not Broken
email us at
or call us on 07518 913107
and Coronovirus (Covid 19)
Carers Hub are here to help Carers through
the Coronavirus outbreak.
We can also assist you to complete an "Emergency Plan"
to help support your Cared For, if something happens to
our leaflet for contact details.
Birthday and Diamond Wedding Anniversaries. Do you know
anyone about to celebrate their 100th/105th birthday or
a couple celebrating their 60th, 65th or 70th Wedding
Anniversary? If so please contact Perth & Kinross
Council who would like to help them celebrate. See
poster for details.
New NHS Tayside Advice Line
line will provide practical advice about how to stay well
nourished when you or someone you know is unintentionally
For further information read press release.
you know someone who is over, 55, alone, and who would
appreciate having a meal cooked for them occasionally?
people have now registered to provide meals in the Kinross-shire
Diners can sign up themselves or be referred by a family
member, friend, social services or any statutory organisation.
Even if they are receiving support from another organization
they can have meal makers too.
If so for further information
view the leaflet.
you are interested inproviding meals, you can find further
Kinross Kindness is a trusted
group of over 85 local volunteers that have come together
to help you.
* Collecting and dropping off shopping/prescriptions.
* Making friendly phone calls
* Providing urgent supplies
* General help like moving bins around
you need some help
Phone us on:
fill out a form at
you would just like to be able to have a freindly chat
the Kinross Kindness 'Blether' Line: