Concerns over parking at new Dailly primary school

editorial image

Concerns have been raised over car parking in the plans of the proposed new Dailly Primary School at the village community council.

Some of the agenda items discussed at the last Dailly Community Council meeting included concerns over parking at the new Dailly Primary School.

The meeting heard that there are no parking spaces identified for teachers or visitors to the proposed new school.

Other areas of concerns raised by the villagers at the meeting was the continual amount of litter around the miners’ memorial and trail bikes being used in public areas by youths with no helmets or ‘regard to the safety of others’.

With regards to the litter problem, a large bin has been located outside the co-operative to hopefully eliminate the problem and the smaller bin at the memorial is to be emptied twice a week.

Some other agenda items included the Ailsa Craig exhibition that was being held in the Church Hall and that the Dailly Gala Committee was now working towards next year’s gala. An unused bench is to be moved from one area and relocated at the toll and to get a waste bin in the same location. Dailly Amateurs, Dailly Parent and Toddler Group and the Dailly Scouts Group were successful in gaining funding from the HHCBF Small Grants Fund. Minutes of meetings are put on the notice board within the Community Centre. The next meeting will be held on Wednesday, October 1.