Rosemary worked in financial services as a Chartered Financial Planner for more than 30 years and was elected Insurance Society of Edinburgh president in 2013-2014.
In 2019 Rosemary decided to hang up her commercial boots and walk the talk for the environment by opening the first zero waste refill shop in the area, Weigh Ahead, in Dunblane. Its aims and objectives are to promote environmental issues and offer volunteering and paid work opportunities to people who may otherwise struggle into work.
Rosemary has played an active part in local and national politics since 2013, campaigning for the SNP and Women for Independence/Independence for Women, with this May’s election seeing her first elected position as councillor.
Surgeries for Forth and Endrick
|Tuesday 13 Sep 2022 6:45 PM||Kippen Reading Room||Rosemary Fraser|
|Wednesday 14 Sep 2022 6:45 PM||Menzies Hall, Fintry||Rosemary Fraser|
|Tuesday 20 Sep 2022 6:45 PM||Arnprior Nursery||Rosemary Fraser|
|Thursday 06 Oct 2022 6:45 PM||Balfron High School||Rosemary Fraser|
|Tuesday 01 Nov 2022 6:45 PM||Drymen Village Hall||Rosemary Fraser|
|Monday 07 Nov 2022 6:45 PM||Strathblane Village Club||Rosemary Fraser|
|Tuesday 13 Dec 2022 6:45 PM||Kippen Reading Room||Rosemary Fraser|
|Wednesday 14 Dec 2022 6:45 PM||Menzies Hall, Fintry||Rosemary Fraser|
Employed: Weigh Ahead (Zero Waste Refill Shop), 91-95 High Street, Dunblane, FK15 0ER – Director and CEO.
Director: 101 Dimensions Ltd, Financial and Business Consultancy
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Joint owner of one residential property within the Stirling area.
Joint owner of three non-residential properties.
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Board Member of Up2Us Charity, East Kilbride
Trustee on The Gold Post Box, Dunblane
Trustee on Creative Dunblane
National Committee Member, Woman for Independence
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