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Welcome to Helensburgh Community Council

  Glasgow School of Art exhibition successful launch

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The Helensburgh Community Council is pro-active in seeking to make Helensburgh a great place in which to live, work and play. We are established by Government statute to ascertain, co-ordinate and express the views of the community and to take such action in the interests of the community that appears expedient and practicable.

Our members are spread across the town boundaries. We include among us a mix of age and experience, from our retail community, our growing Naval community and we have co-opted a youth forum to represent the youth of the town.

The town has 18th century roots and is situated in one of the most picturesque areas of Argyll & Bute, at the gateway to the Highlands. It enjoys urban, countryside and coastal landscapes. Two conservation areas make up a third of the town area, with a grid pattern of streets lined with blossom trees and wide verges. Included in this is the historic interest of noted Scottish architect-designed houses and the major tourist attraction of the Rennie Mackintosh-designed Hill House.

We lie between the lochs of the Clyde estuary and adjacent to the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. Those with an energetic disposition can walk the John Muir Way and the Three Lochs Way or take the Kayak Trail. The West Highland Way lies over the hill at Loch Lomond.


Keep up to date with the Community Council's meetings at the Agenda & Minutes page, our News page and the Calendar of events.  We also have a set of Town Information links - various clubs and groups in the town, as well as links to Argyll & Bute Council's pages.

You can let us know what you want your Community Council to do by contacting the convener or members on the Members page. Let us know what you think of this website by contacting the webmaster at the Feedback page.


The HCC has a digital projector that it can hire out to persons and organisations within Helensburgh who wish to use it. Anyone who wishes to borrow the projector, please contact the HCC by the Contact Form, on our Faceboook page or phone Stewart Noble on 01436 675484.