Scottish Charity No  SC013014     Tel  01738 622298    


Tulloch NET: Connecting 4 Life


Tulloch NET is a fresh expression of Christian Community which serves the community of Tulloch in North Perth.

We aim to encourage people to Connect 4 Life. This reflects our commitment to working to alleviate social isolation and loneliness by creating opportunities for people to meet and build friendships. We also want to encourage people to consider the offer of ‘full life’ (John 10:10) which Jesus offers.

Our work is shaped by our foundational principles of Unconditional Service, Welcoming All, Valuing Everyone, Transformation and the promotion of Wellbeing.


Weekly Opening Hours & Activities


12:30pm - 1:30pm,

Community Lunch @ the Tulloch Community Centre


9am - 12pm, 

Drop in @ the Community Hub


12:15pm - 12:45pm,

Hopeful Stories, a time of reflection @ the Community Hub

1pm - 4pm

Drop in @ the Community Hub


9am - 12pm, 

Drop in @ the Community Hub

Welfare Rights Drop In @ the Community Hub

(Contact Grant for further info)


9:30am - 11am,

Drop in @ the Fairfield Housing Cooperative Office


Arts, Crafts and Chat @ the Community Hub

1pm - 4pm

Drop in @ the Community Hub


2nd Saturday of the Month (14th Sept, 12th October, 2nd November, 1st December)

10am - 11am

News and Views @ the Community Hub


1st Sunday of the Month (6th October, 2nd November, 1st December)

10am - 11am

Sunday @ Tulluch at the Tulloch Community Centre

An informal  opportunity to explore Faith.

The Community Hub                                

2 Tulloch Square,                                                                   



The Tulloch Community Centre

Tulloch Terrace

(near Tulloch Institute) 


Fairfield Housing Cooperative Office 

5 Fairfield Avenue


The Community Hub


The Hub provides a focal point for our work in the community. Open Tuesday to Friday from 9am to 1pm people can drop in for a cuppa. Everyone who comes in helps out in some way whether making refreshments or contributing to the conversation or listening to others.

The Hub also provides a venue for several activities delivered by partner agencies. A Community Nurse delivers a regular health check, we have a Welfare Rights worker provide advice weekly and we host a variety of adult learning opportunities delivered through Perth & Kinross Council.

The Community Lunch

The Tulloch Community Hall

Many of those who come into The Community Hub live alone and therefore eat alone. This was something which one of our ‘lead participants’, Rosie, identified and she decided to organise a Community Lunch. Initially it was planned as a one off, however such was the success that it was decided to host these once a month. Funding secured from Perth & Kinross Council allowed this to be extended to a weekly event which is held in a local community hall. It’s simple- Soup, Sandwiches and Friendship.

More Information:


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Contact Grant - 07790 518 041

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Community Listening Service


We all need to talk  -  Finding someone to listen can be hard


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