Labour, Forth & Endrick
Councillor McGarvey is available for telephone, in-person face-to-face, or online surgeries.
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Gerry McGarvey has worked throughout the UK, US, Africa and Ireland in Personal and Community Development for the majority of his professional career.
As a trained counsellor with over 30 years’ experience in Personal Development in various settings, Gerry has used these skills and a number of other therapeutic interventions as a practitioner with various geographical and identity communities, but mainly focused on working with young people in a number of Third Sector agencies, as well as working as part of the Learning and Development team for a national children’s charity based in Stirling.
He has created, provided and delivered training programmes in organisational development for a number of national and regional voluntary sector organisations and, more recently worked in publishing as an editor, writer and researcher before being elected to Stirling Council in May 2022.
He is currently on the board of directors for the community owned pub, the Black Bull in Gartmore.
Published Works - Sessional
Invigilation – SQA - Sessional
Board Member for the Forth Valley Health
Board Member of the H&SCP Board
Gartmore Community Trust.
Director & Company Secretary of Black Bull Gartmore Hub and Pub Ltd (RS007821).
£100 - donation from Unison
£1,013.39 paid by Stirling Constituency Labour Party.
Houses, Land and Buildings
Owner of a non-residential home within the Edinburgh area.
Joint owner of a residential home within the Stirling area.
Joint owner of residential home within the County Donegal area.
Shares and Securities
Shares in Gartmore Community Shop.
Shares in The Black Bull Community Pub and Hub.
Non Financial Interests
Member of Stirling Labour Party
Member of the Planning & Regulation Panel
COSLA Health and Social Care Board
Gifts and Hospitality