Crieff - A dementia friendly town

Crieff Succeeds have been working closely with Richmond House on a project they are leading, to help make Crieff a dementia friendly town. In Crieff alone there are 250 people living at home with some form of dementia. We want to help those…

New Town Centre Banners on their way to Crieff

Thanks to funding from Crieff Succeeds, new decorative banners will be installed around the town from next week. Designed by Ailsa Campbell, who also created the original banners in 2014, which were erected by Crieff Community Council, the…
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Crieff Succeeds - The Future

  Crieff Succeeds if You say Yes
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Place in the Square a welcome and safe space for all

The covered area in James Square has proven to be immensely popular with locals and visitors alike, It is a space where people can meet, sit and chat or just rest and have a coffee as the world passes by! It is also being used by local groups…
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Scotland’s Only Pop-Up Santa’s Post Office

This time last year Crieff was being held up as a shining example of how success can be achieved when businesses and the community come together to promote and attract visitors to their town. Buoyed by a Facebook post, seen by over 150,000 people,…
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New shop local campaign launches

As we come to the end of a year like no other, Crieff Succeeds continues to promote local businesses by encouraging Crieff residents to shop locally this Christmas. Posters and leaflets have been printed and a social media campaign started…
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New Bed & Breakfast Hardship Fund

A hardship fund for Bed & Breakfast and other Small Serviced Accommodation businesses has opened from Monday 15th June,  for applications. The purpose of this fund is to provide hardship relief to B&B and other Small Serviced Accommodation…

Covid-19 business financial support summary

There are many different financial aid schemes that have been set up to help support businesses through this difficult time. For a summary of them as they currently stand click here.

Newly Self Employed Hardship Fund Open for Applications

Here are the latest business support update details from PKC   The £34 million Newly Self-employed Hardship Fund, which was announced by the Scottish Government last week, is now open for applications via…

Summary of Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme

Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme All UK employers with a PAYE scheme will be able to access support to continue paying part of their employees’ salary for those employees that would otherwise have been laid off during this crisis. • If…