Killearn Community Council

Councillor information

Elected members for Ward 2 - Forth and Endrick

  • Rosemary Fraser -  Scottish National Party (SNP)
  • Paul Henke - Scottish Conservative and Unionist
  • Gerry McGarvey - Scottish Labour Party


Community Council Office Bearers

Chairperson - Ms Elizabeth Jones

Vice chairperson - Ms Fiona Rennie

Secretary - Ms Fiona Rennie

Treasurer - Mr Andrew Donaldson

About the area




  • Wednesday 20 September  8pm Killearn Village Hall
  • Wednesday 18 October  8pm Killearn Village Hall
  • Wednesday 15 November  8pm Killearn Village Hall
  • Wednesday 20 December  8pm Killearn Village Hall


  • Wednesday 17-January 8pm Killearn Village Hall
  • Wednesday 21-February 8pm Killearn Village Hall
  • Wednesday 20-March 8pm Killearn Village Hall
  • Wednesday 17-April 8pm Killearn Village Hall
  • Wednesday 15-May 8pm Killearn Village Hall

Wed 19-Jun – meeting will start at 8pm following AGM which will be at 7.45 pm

For more information on community councils please contact the Community Council Enquiry Co-Ordinator.

Meet - third Wednesday of the Month
Killearn Primary School 8.00pm


2023 Minutes

2022 Minutes

2021 Minutes

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Local information

Local Community Planning

Stirling Council supports areas to produce local community plans. These plans are developed with people in the community, local community groups and businesses. They set out the community priorities for their area and often include an action plan. 

Killearn Local Community Plan

Other Information

Other organisations, community activities and groups in this area.

Community website

Key Information

The main organisations operating in this area that aim to be representative of the whole community are listed below, and where possible we have provided a direct link to their websites:

Killearn Community Council
Killearn Community Futures Trust