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Cove Burgh Hall
Cove Burgh Hall is the ‘village hall’ for the communities of Cove and Kilcreggan.
Cove and Kilcreggan Community Council
Cove & Kilcreggan Public Park Development Forum
As anyone that lives in the Burghs of Cove and Kilcreggan will know, the public park is in a state of disrepair. A development forum has been set up in order to address the issue of improving the parks facilities, which could include installing an all weather pitch and adding a secure children’s play area.
Cove and Kilcreggan Trust
Gareloch and Rosneath Peninsula Webgroup
The Web Group aims to maintain an online resource of local information both for the local community and for people anywhere with an interest in the area. The website developed by the Group covers a broad range of topics relating to the local area, its history, topography, environment, economic and social life. The Group welcomes new members who share its aims, and particularly encourages local groups to participate in the maintenance of their own information online.
Garelochhead Community Council
Garelochhead and Portincaple Community Trust
The Trust aims to improve the amenity and quality of life of the people of Garelochhead, Portincaple and the surrounding area. All members of the local community are invited to join the Trust and have an input to its activities. Public meetings are held regularly and there are a number of sub-groups dealing with specific activities.
Garelochhead Residents Association
The aims of the Association are to improve the living conditions, community facilities and services for tenants and residents living within Garelochhead - Gateway to the Highlands.
Gibson Community Centre
GPCT Swing Park Group
MOD Police Community Services
Peninsula Magazine
Popular with reports on local community activities, events listings, useful practical information, articles by local contributors, advertisements, games and quizes, and much more.
Peninsula Paths
Princess Louise Hall Management Committee
Rosneath and Clynder Community Action Trust
The trust was established in 2003 to work with and for the communities of Rosneath and Clynder to promote postive change in a number of key areas. Current interests include improving childrens' play experience,enhancing local green spaces and the village centre of Rosneath. Membership of the Trust costs a £1.00 and is open to both visitors and residents. If you would like to know more or support our work please get in touch.
Rosneath and Clynder Community Council
Rosneath Peninsula Amenity Society
Trident Ploughshares
Trident Ploughshares is a part of the international nuclear disarmament movement. Trident Ploughshares activists have pledged to disarm the UK Trident nuclear weapons system in a non-violent, open, peaceful, safe and fully accountable manner.
Rosneath Peninsula West Community Development Trust