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On this site you will find information on   Tillicoultry, Coalsnaughton & Devonside Community Council.

We represent the views of the  people in theTillicoultry, Coalsnaughton & Devonside Community Council area  to Clackmannanshire Council and other public bodies. We meet on the second  Tuesday of every month (except July)  most months  in the  Ben Cleuch Centre normally starting at 7.00pm, members of the public are always welcome to attend. (Some months we hold the meeting in Coalsnaughton village hall.)


Please note if you have a complaint about the local authority  or wish to report things like a pot hole/housing problem you first point of contact is Clackmannanshire Council. Please see role of Community Council  on our role in the community.


The name Tillicoultry:- The most likely origin is Gaelic "Tullich-cul-tir" the mount or hill at  the back of the hill.
Tillicoultry lies nine miles to the east of Stirling at the foot of the of the massive and striking Ochil hills.

It is on the A91 Stirling, St. Andrews road if forms the third of the four "Hillfoots Villages" of Clackmannanshire,( known as the "WEE COUNTY" Scotland's smallest County) lying to the east of Menstrie and Alva and to the west of Dollar.

The local authority is Clackmannanshire Council.


Emergency Nunbers for Tillicoultry
Power Cut  105

Gas  0800 111 999

Council 01259 450000

Scottish Water 0845 600 8855

Scottish Environment Protection Agency
(SEPA) 03000 99 66 99

National FloodlineTel: 0845 988 1188

Tillicoultry Medical Practice
01259 750531

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