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Parkhall, North Kilbowie & Central

 Parkhall, North Kilbowie & Central

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Working with West Dunbartonshire Council for the Clydebank Communities
- Parkhall, High Dalmuir, Radnor Park and North Kilbowie -

Find out more about the area you live in, improve your environment and services, and meet with others who feel the same way. Parkhall, High Dalmuir, Radnor Park & North Kilbowie residents with postcode G81  3 are most welcome to go along to their Community Council meetings, held in public on the second Tuesday of every month [except July].
Check the Boundary Map and here for full postcode listing (some G81 2 residents in Kilbowie Road - between Great Western Road and Second Avenue are also constituents of this Community Council)

Secretary:     Drummond McNair

   Email:  +  0141 952 1415

Chair:           Walter Graham

   Email:  +  01389 876 252

Come and meet with your Community Councillors, local West Dunbartonshire Councillors, as well as Community Police and representatives from West Dunbartonshire Council and Utility Companies. Tell them about your ideas, concerns and opinions. Then together, as a community, we can look after our area by having our voices heard and getting action on the real issues and problems that directly affect our everyday lives.

Parkhall Tenants Hall, Parkhall Rd
7.30pm - Second Tuesday in the Month

Please note: Community Council meetings are not 'public open meetings' but meetings held in the public arena. There is a difference..... like WDC meetings - members of the public can speak, but only if and when invited to do so by the Chairperson.

For Meetings and Minute information on this Community Council please visit  West Dunbartonshire Active Community Councils
Or contact Kate Coleman, the West Dunbartonshire Council
Community Council Liaison Officer 
01389 737 149 or email:
and visit West Dunbartonshire Councils website
Community Councils in West Dunbartonshire

“Strength Through Community”

This Community Council is always looking for residents [tenants & owners / 16 yrs & upwards] who live within the Community Council area and consider they have something to offer the local Community. Are YOU that person...?  Or do you know someone who would ‘fit the bill’...? You, and/or they, could become a Community Councillor by co-option...?  If interested, contact the CC Secretary or Kate Coleman [see above] to find out more.