Official bodies serving Menstrie
What it does and who's on it
Opening times and telephone numbers
Teachers, classes and activities, as reported in 'Menstrie Matters'
Clacks Council operate a web site "Citizen Space" to help residents search for, and participate in, consultations on matters of interest.
Clackmannanshire Councillors' Surgeries in Menstrie
Please note that in exceptional circumstances surgeries can be cancelled or amended at short notice. Please contact Members' Services on 01259 452 005 for confirmation of dates and times.
• Les Sharp
Weekly on Tuesday in the Dumyat Centre between 6 pm and 7 pm.
Also fortnightly on Wednesday, Tullibody Civic Centre between 5.00 pm and 5.30 pm.
Tel: 07854 370 904
Fax: (01259) 452 230
Link to Les Sharp's web page
• Jim Stalker
Tel: (01259) 452 249 or 07854 374 468
Fax: (01259) 452 230
Link to Jim Stalker's web page
- Do you look after a family member who needs a lot of help and support ?
- Are you an unpaid carer ?
- Are YOU getting the help and support you are entitled to ?
Contact Alloa Carers' Office to find out:
- Office: Ludgate House, Mar Place, Alloa FK10 2AD
- Phone: 01259 219 288
- eMail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Public Partnership Forum (Clackmannanshire PPF)
The PPF is the way we, the members of the public, engage with the NHS and it meets every two months in Alloa, in the Whins Resource centre.
This is the best opportunity for the general public to interact with the decision-making process. Your opinions are listened to, healthy discussions take place, and changes can be made.
In 2005 the NHS Board set up the Clackmannanshire Community Health Partnership (CHP), a legally constituted entity, to involve the public, voluntary organisations, local authorities and health services in securing a healthier future for local communities. - Ed.
The national police phone number for non-emergencies is 101.
Menstrie's Community Police officer is Constable Roy Mitchell (584). He will attend Community Council meetings to report on policing matters in Menstrie.
Roy would welcome contact from members of the public at any time (telephone 101). Alternatively, send an email to Roy.Mitchell@centralscotland.pnn.police.uk or follow the link on the Central Scotland Police website and complete the form.
To provide information in confidence, visit the
Crimestoppers web site
where you may fill in a special form on-line.
Crimestoppers guarantee complete anonymity:
No-one can find out who gives information about crime by this method.
Or, contact Crimestoppers Scotland on 0800 555 111.
Look after your car
Following recent willful damage to cars in Menstrie and automobile thefts in Alva, we should:
- avoid leaving our cars unlocked or with valuables in view;
- put our cars in the garage or in the driveway;
- consider installing a CCTV system which will cover the driveway.
SEPA (Scottish Environment Protection Agency)
January 2011: Link to a larger version
SEPA is responsible to the Scottish Government for protecting, monitoring and improving Scotland's air, land and water.
Among its activities, SEPA operates a flood warning service.
Emergency floodline: 0845 988 1188
In January 2011, SEPA issued a 'Flood Watch' and then raised it to a 'Flood Warning' several hours before the River Devon overflowed its banks (image on this page). Flood water from the river had previously approached the southern edge of the village; for example in November 2008 and November 2009. None of these flood events reached houses in the village.
SEPA operate the Floodline Direct service which will send flood update messages, text or voice, direct to your phone. To sign up for this service and to be added to the mailing list for future newsletters, complete the enquiry form at this link.
Menstrie Charitable Association
Financial assistance may be available from the above association to
Menstrie-based leisure-time clubs or organisations at the discretion of the Trustees.
Further information and application forms for grants are available from: 5 Burnside Road, Menstrie. Tel: 01259 761 570
Register of Electors
The Register of Electors is published on 1st December each year and lists the names and addresses of everyone registered to vote. It is available to view, under supervision, in the local library , the council headquarters and the office of the Electoral Registration Officer (ERO).
At least annually the ERO contacts each address, usually in September, by
posting a form asking to check & return a form to confirm the details of eligible resident electors.
It is a legal requirement to respond to the ERO when requested to do so.
Anyone who changes address, name or entitlement to register to vote can apply at any time to have their details included or amended. A statutory timetable of updates (monthly between 1st December & 1st September each year) is published on the ERO's website. Application forms are available to download from the website and are also available in the local library.
When an election is announced electors only have until 11 working days before polling day to return completed and signed voter registration forms and/or applications to vote by post. Forms are available in the local library or from the website.
The contact details for the ERO are:
Electoral Registration Officer, Hillside House, Laurelhill, Stirling FK7 9JQ
Council Tax List, Valuation List
These list, respectively:
- The address and Council Tax band of every domestic property
- All non domestic rateable properties: the address, rateable value as well as owner, tenant and occupier details.
Both lists are available to view on the Assessors' web site
The contact address for the Assessor for Central Scotland is:
Assessor for Central Scotland, Hillside House, Laurelhill, Stirling FK7 9JQ