After the long summer break, Kirkcowan Community Council’s next meeting will take place at 7.30pm on Monday 20th September in the village hall
In June 2019, our Council agreed to declare a climate emergency, recognising that we must urgently respond to climate change and transition to a carbon neutral region.
While the number of Covid cases remains frustratingly high, we seem to be a long way from any return to “normality”.
While the rate of increase in Covid cases in Scotland appears to be slowing down, we must be aware that the number of cases is still rising and continue do all that we can to prevent its spread.
Kirkcowan Community Council Meeting – 21st June 2021at 7.30pm, online via Zoom, due to continuing Covid19 restrictions Draft Minutes Present: Charles McEwan (Chair), Hazel McWhirter (Treasurer), Joe Wright (Deputy Chair), Mary Harkness, Andrew Gladstone, Kevin Dean, Les Mercer, Tricia Veevers,…
The fact that 2 people die by suicide every day in Scotland is shocking.
Having stoically endured the vicissitudes of the Covid pandemic for many months, including testing, lockdowns, and isolation
According to the latest statistics, the daily number of Covid cases in Scotland is at its highest since the whole country moved to Level 0.
We had hoped that the number of Covid cases in our region would be falling as they have in other areas of Scotland.
Assuming that all goes well, Monday 9 August will see significant changes with almost all of Scotland’s remaining Covid restrictions due to come to an end.