Gargunnock is a small village in the Stirling council area approximately seven miles west of Stirling, in Scotland. The population is approximately 944. It is situated on the south edge of the Carse of Stirling, at the foot of the Gargunnock Hills, part of the Campsie Fells.
Gargunnock Community Council represents the community to the local authority, and facilitate a wide range of activities which promote the well-being of the local community. The Council brings local people together to help make things happen, and strives to protect and promote the identity of the community. Gargunnock Community Council advises, petitions, influences and advocates numerous causes and cases of concern on behalf of the local community.
The Gargunnock Community Trust was established over 10 years ago by the Community Council to work on behalf of the whole village and provide a vehicle for fund-raising for projects which would benefit the whole village. The Gargunnock Community Trust is managed by a Board of Directors acting on behalf of the villagers themselves through a membership scheme where anyone residing in Gargunnock is able to become a member for the payment of a pound.
Gargunnock Community Council receives funding from the Kingsburn wind farm.