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Dingwall Community Development charitable trust


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Being involved in your community helps Dingwall be the way you want. It’s great to have people share the vision to make the most of the town.

Here are three ways in which you can be involved in DCDC;

  • Be Yourself. Simply get in touch with your comments, share your photographs that could be used on this site to showcase the town, or even just help spread the word about the projects. We may appeal for help with something specific from time to time, so keep your ear to the ground!
  • Be a Member. You will receive updates by email every few months, have a say on projects and can vote at the AGM. Sign up for free, and be counted as a supporter of Dingwall.
  • Be a Director. A volunteer board of local folk work on progressing projects that meet DCDC aims.  Meetings are held monthly to provide updates and decide on next steps. Anyone that loves the town and wants to make Dingwall all it could be, is welcome to join the board at any time. Please do get in touch; more people make more possible. 

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2024 Annual General Meeting

Our next AGM will be held at 7.30pm, Thursday 18th April 2024, St Clements Church Hall, and all are welcome so you can come along and hear about our current and planned activities and give us your comments.


DCDC runs on the generous donations of people like you, and are used to make our community better. Local donations help get funding for larger projects as they show that the community want to make things happen. You can even specify if your donation is to be used for a particular purpose or project that you really want to support.

You can donate between £1 and £20 by text towards the maintenance and development of the Heritage Trail. Text DINGWALL to 70450 to give £3. To donate any other value, add the digit/s: e.g. DINGWALL5 gives £5, DINGWALL12, £12. We, along with over 5500 charities across the UK, trust DONR to collect donations securely.

To support other projects, or donate a larger amount, just contact DCDC for our BACS details, or even send a cheque. We’d love to hear from you and are always grateful for donations of any size.