Christmas starts in Lenzie on 7th December!

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By admin, November 23, 2013 7:02 pm

2010switchon[1] (2)Come and join us outside Lenzie Old Parish Church for a great start to Christmas and the switching on of the Christmas Lights on Saturday 7 December.  From 5pm Kirkintilloch Kelvin Brass will be providing the music and the Lenzie Christian Fellowship will be there to ensure we manage a really rousing rendition of all our favourite carols.

Then, at 5.30 sharp, our 2013 Gala Queen Yasmin McCotter will switch on the Christmas Lights.  Father Christmas has also promised to pay a visit and we are expecting him to arrive about 10 minutes before the lights are switched on.  After the official proceedings, refreshments will be available in the Church Hall.  Everyone is most welcome, so please come and warm up with some tea or coffee.

Lenzie New Year Fun Run

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By admin, November 13, 2013 12:16 pm
January 2, 2014
10:30 am

Lenzie Jog is being planned for Thursday 2nd January – registration 10:00 am at Lenzie Union Parish Church Old Hall.  Watch this entry for further updates as details are fixed

Christmas Lights Switch-on

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By admin, November 13, 2013 12:10 pm
December 7, 2013
5:30 pm

At Queen’s Buildings

November monthly meeting

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By admin, July 19, 2013 6:39 pm
November 20, 2013
7:00 pm

Meeting of Lenzie Community Council will be held on Wednesday 20th November 2013

In the Committee Room of Lenzie Public Hall, following AGM at 7:00 pm


1. Attendance

2. Apologies – Pat Munro; Donald MacLeod

3. Police Report

4. Minutes of 16th October 2013 meeting

5. Matters arising – MIR, Access Report

6. Treasurer’s Report

7. Planning – Applications list; report on Lenzie business development discussions

8. Correspondence – Climate Challenge Surgeries; Community Empowerment Bill; Scheme for Establishment of Community Councils (all circulated); Licensing Policy

9. Any Other Competent Business

10. Date of Next Meeting – 11th December

Lenzie Community Council welcomes local residents to attend its meetings and listen to the discussions. Residents do not normally take part in these discussions but can do so if invited by the Chair. However, any resident who wishes to have a particular matter discussed by the Council may contact the Secretary via the website ( at least five days prior to a meeting. If the Chair deems it appropriate, non-members attending may participate in discussions on the matter raised, in a time-limited open session before the commencement of the regular Council meeting.

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