Spott Community Association (2019)
We are a registered charity and our main role is to enable the use of our Village Hall for the community.
Spott Community Association has been established for a number of years now. We are a registered charity and our main role is to enable the use of our Village Hall for the community by fund raising and managing the building.
SPOTT COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION (2019) IS A SCIO
REGISTERED IN SCOTLAND NO: SC049814
Following conclusion of the feasibility study, design concept phase and public consultation, the Trustees of Spott Community Association has decided not to proceed with the proposed path. Athough technically possible, a Sustrans compliant path was neither affordable nor desirable, due in part to local resident and landowner resistance, the £2,000,000 plus price tag, and...
Village hall bookings are back to pre-Covid levels and continue to be a focus for the Community. Popular events are the New Year Ceilidh, live music, meditation, yoga, arts & crafts events, cookery leasons and the annual summer Fete.
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The Witches Stone
The plaque that is at the Witches Stone now honours Marion Lillie as well as the other souls who lost their lives here in the 17th and early 18th centuries. The writing on the witches stone, penned by local poet Ruth Gilchrist, reads:
“This stone has become a place to commemorate those local people who were once persecuted as witches. We cannot undo the hurt but we can let their souls go free”