Clackmannan Development Trust

Charity registered in Scotland SC045874

Clackmannan Development Trust was set up in 2013 by local residents. Its aim is to make Clackmannan and better place to live, work and visit, restore the civic pride in the people and the historic importance of this Clackmannanshire town. The Trust promotes community participation through utilising local services and facilities, creating social links, developing wider social networks, delivering activities and groups and facilitating local forums. The Trust delivers on a number of streams of work, led by residents including Active Travel and Cycling, Heritage, Community Garden and a Caring and Connected forum that brings together key partners from the school, health centre, police, community council and third sector.

Current opportunity

This service is designed to assist residents of Clackmannan, Kennet & Forestmill to stay as independent and connected as possible by helping people get to their appointments; meetings; gatherings; and/or collecting shopping, all within a 10-mile radius of Clackmannan and the Forth Valley Royal Hospital. They need a minimum of eight (8) volunteer drivers who have: their own car; a clean driving licence; valid MOT; and would be willing to take business insurance; and have a PGV check carried out (cost of which will be met by the group). They pay mileage at 0.65p per mile.