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This page was last updated on 21 April 2016, but may be subject to correction.
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EACC belongs to every Edinburgh Community Council
Its aim is to provide support, advise and give a collective voice for community councils when facing the challenges community councillors encounter on an almost daily basis. No one person is more important than any other. All community councils have a voice on the EACC!!