Queen's Cross & Harlaw
Thank you for visiting the Queen's Cross & Harlaw Community Council website!
We are always looking for ways to connect with our community so if you have any suggestions or would like to be part of the Community Council, please get in touch!
As we populate our new website with helpful information, please share with us anything you would like us to pass on to local residents.
For more news and updates, please go to our Facebook page: Queen's Cross & Harlaw Community Council.
Being part of a Community Council allows you to have a real impact on your area from big things such as planning and licensing, to the smaller things like raising money for Christmas lights. Please see below for information about our next meeting.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, our community council meetings have been held via Google Meet. We are meeting on the third Tuesday of each month. If you would like to join, please email email@example.com and we will send you the link.
Our next meeting date is Tuesday 21st November 2023 from 19:00 to 20:30.
We are fortunate to have most of our Councillors attend most meetings giving the community council a direct line of communication with them. Alongside this, Police Sergeant Ricki Burr attends each week to summarise the monthly police report for the Queen's Cross and Harlaw area, listen to concerns from our residents, and give advice to help reduce crime.
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Request for photos
We would love to have some more photos of our beautiful area to include on our website and in adverts or other documents we produce. If you can help us, please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The history of our area is rich and vibrant and we would love to put together a collection online. This would be of great interest and worth to our area so please get in touch by the email above if you have any photos or insights to share.
We are very grateful to local resident Mr C Rennie for providing the photos of the Queen Victoria statue for this website.
Cherry Blossom in Queen's Terrace Gardens.
Photo by T Almeida