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Invite to Tender 

Dunadd Community Enterprise are looking for a self-employed person to develop its projects.
The 12 month contract is for 3 days a week. You will be self-motivated and have experience in project planning and delivery.

More information is in the www.dunadd.scot website or email or phone for a discussion.
more information
Tender Invite
Scheduled  of Work
Draft Contract

Dunadd Community Enterprise
Email:-  chair@dunadd.scot
Phone:- 01546 510202


Church Project

The summary of the possible uses of the church exercise can be found here

You can still make comments on the possible acquisition of the church with the following form
http://www.dunadd.scot/kilmartin-church-project/


Directors 

If you are interested in becoming a director please do not hesitate to contact any of the steering group so we can answer any of your questions, or you can register your interest by emailing David at website@dunadd.scot

Membership forms are now available on this site.

About

In 2016 Dunadd Community Council along with Foundation Scotland undertook a community consultation in lieu of there being windfarm funding available from the A’Chruach windfarm. The funding was to be accessed by three distinct geographical areas, Dunadd, Lochgilphead, and West Loch Fyne. In Dunadd the community consultation was well attended and produced a strong, realistic, and achievable action plan. However, it was identified, within the process, that there was no organisation within the geographical area that had the capacity to realise the community action plan.

Initially everybody sat back thinking that Dunadd Community Council would take the action plan forward, but this is not the  Council’s role and a Development Trust  need to be formed, in order to be independent from political processes. Another public meeting was arranged and the Development Trust Association Scotland was invited to help lay the foundation for a way forward. From this meeting a steering group of eight people was formed to explore the best legal status for a group and move it forward.

Development trusts are a part of the community enterprise movement. They are community based and they aim to achieve their goals by making profits through trading, providing services and acquiring assets (such as buildings and equipment). Their profits are used to create community wealth that has a lasting impact on the renewal and improvement of an area

In Kilmartin and Kilmichael Glens, together with Ford, we have developed  a company limited by guarantee to realise the aspirations of  the community.

After the AGM on 23rd October 2018 the following directors were elected.

Directors
David Bracken
Dr Christine Carr
Stephen Carter
Gary Linstead
Allan McLean
Di Roberts

Invite to Tender 

Dunadd Community Enterprise are looking for a self-employed person to develop its projects.
The 12 month contract is for 3 days a week. You will be self-motivated and have experience in project planning and delivery.

More information is in the www.dunadd.scot website or email or phone for a discussion.
more information
Tender Invite
Scheduled  of Work
Draft Contract

Dunadd Community Enterprise
Email:-  chair@dunadd.scot
Phone:- 01546 510202


Church Project

The summary of the possible uses of the church exercise can be found here

You can still make comments on the possible acquisition of the church with the following form
http://www.dunadd.scot/kilmartin-church-project/


Directors 

If you are interested in becoming a director please do not hesitate to contact any of the steering group so we can answer any of your questions, or you can register your interest by emailing David at website@dunadd.scot

Membership forms are now available on this site.

Progress

October 2018 – First AGM held, Directors elected, Community Consultation Re. possible Church acquisition continued

September 2018 – Started to explore options for Kilmartin Church

June 2018 Bookswap started in Kilmichael, Kilmartin, and Ford Villages

June 2018 – Membership campaign started

April 2018 – Register Dunadd Community Enterprise as a Business Ltd by Guarantee.
Joined Development Trust Association of Scotland

January 2018 – Articles of Corporation written

November 2017 – Steering group set-up

Projects we are working on

  • Membership campaign
  • Book swap project in each village

The Area We Cover

The principle area covered by the company is the Community Council area of Dunadd