GMCC

Garvald and Morham Community Council Meets once every two months. All are welcome to attend. To contact the GMCC, please use the GMCC Contact Form further down this page.

Dates for 2017 meetings:
Meetings are bi-monthly on the first Monday in the month at 7pm; next meetings are Aug 7th (Morham), Oct 2nd (Garvald), Dec 4 (Morham). Please note that meetings alternate between Garvald Village Hall and Morham Village Hall, as indicated.

Documents to download: Crystal_rig_funding_application_form 2017

Approved GMCC Meeting Minutes:

2017 Dec Oct Aug June 5th March 27th Feb 6th
2016 Dec 5th Oct 10th Aug 1st June 6th April 4th Feb 1st
2015 Dec 7th Oct 5th Aug 3rd June 1st April 15th Feb 2nd
2014 Dec 1st Oct 6th Aug 4th June 2nd April 7th Feb 3rd
2013 Dec 2nd Oct 7th Aug 5th June 3rd Apr 8th Feb 4th
2012 Dec 3rd Oct 15th Election Result Oct 1st Aug 6th June 6th Apr 2nd Feb 6th
2011 Dec 5th

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Councillors’ Surgeries are held in the Village Hall once a month on a Saturday, 10.30-11am (Tom Trotter) and a Thursday 17.15-18.00 (John McMillan). See the Calendar dates for more information.


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  1. Graham Barnes

    My acquaintance Mike Russell MSP told me that in his Argyll constituency there is a campaign to oppose the launch of 4G services in honeypots like London and Edinburgh until 3G services have been rolled out universally across Scotland. The catchy slogan is “NO 4G ANYWHERE UNTIL 3G EVERYWHERE”.

    Wireless broadband seems to be becoming outdated technology and mobile broadband is becoming the standard. Perhaps GMCC should now consider trying to find ways of ensuring that from Priestlaw in the south to Morham in the north everyone gets 3G mobile telephone signals for internet access.

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