Fairlie Community Council is a voluntary organisation set up by statute by the Local Authority and run by local residents to act on behalf of the community. It is the most local tier of elected representation and plays an important role in local democracy

As well as representing the community to the local authority, Fairlie Community Councils facilitate a wide range of activities which promote community well-being.  They bring local people together to help make things happen,  they also advise, petition, influence and advocate numerous causes and cases of concern on behalf of local residents.

There are several ways to get involved with Fairlie Community Council:

Getting involved with the Community Council is an excellent way to become involved with your local area. It will give you a good understand of the workings of local government and what is going on locally and nationally. All local authorities in Scotland encourage citizens to become a active participants of their Community Council.

You are welcome to attend Community Council meetings, and talk to community representatives in person. Community Council meetings are held in the Semple Centre on the first Monday of the month.

You can find more information on community councils on the Scottish Community Councils website.

 Fairlie Community Councillors

Rita Holmes (Chair),  Karla Tully (Secretary),  Ian Hunter (Treasurer),  Marco Priva, David Telford, David Nairn, Andrew Temple, Alan Holden.