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Lions Aim To Pull In The Crowds

By bellmannews / July 12, 2019

by Jane Cruickshank of Bellman News – THE first pint of Festival Ale has been poured and local musicians are in action at this year’s festival bar run by the Stonehaven Lions. A special Festival Ale by local brewer Six Degrees North is just one of the attractions at this year’s fund-raising event. As always, […]

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Wave Tank Video

By bellmannews / July 9, 2019

Different coastal defences in action There has been much discussion in Stonehaven of late about the coastal flooding consultation and the options presented. Some locals are calling for further consultation. JBA Trust are a charity that aims to enhance understanding and management of risks in the water environment by enabling research, education and training. The […]

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Queen’s Award at Tolbooth

By bellmannews / July 8, 2019

From Andrew Newton of the Tolbooth Association – Following on from the recent announcement that the Stonehaven Tolbooth Association, which runs the Tolbooth museum, was to receive the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service, last week saw an impressive gathering of volunteers at the museum. The occasion was the formal presentation of the award and associated […]

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A90 Resurfacing Works

By bellmannews / July 7, 2019

From the Bear Scotland website – £400,000 CARRIAGEWAY IMPROVEMENTS FOR THREE LOCATIONS ON A90 NEAR STONEHAVEN A90 Stonehaven northbound slip roads, A90 Glasslaw on-slip & A90 Glasslaw southbound Works start Wednesday 10 July Three sections of the A90 near Stonehaven are set to benefit from £400,000 worth of carriageway and slip road improvements with works […]

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Bellman Update

By bellmannews / July 6, 2019

from Jane Cruickshank – IT is now six months since The Bellman went into action as a sharing platform for Stonehaven’s news. In June, we had 1671 unique visitors to our site, so I guess that is the number we can boast as a readership. Since we started posting, we’ve had over 400,000 page hits. […]

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Late Entries Boost for Rally

By bellmannews / July 5, 2019

Stonehaven entry wins best concours exhibit from Stuart Allan, Chair RW Thomson Memorial Fellowship YOU will be aware that the RW Thomson Memorial Fellowship put on the rally to perpetuate Robert William Thomson (born in Stonehaven 1822) as the true inventor of the pneumatic tyre in 1845, patent no. 10990. We managed to set up […]

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Expressionist Art Attacks

By bellmannews / July 5, 2019

JACKSON Pollock was an American painter and a major figure in the movement known as abstract expressionism. Seagulls are birds many people are not fond of. Pollock was widely noticed for his technique of pouring or splashing liquid household paint onto a horizontal surface. Seagulls are widely avoided for their technique of delivering large volumes […]

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Boardwalk reopens

By bellmannews / July 5, 2019

THE boardwalk will reopen this afternoon following successful completion of the works under the bridge. There will be a temporary closure on Wednesday from 8am until 4pm for the connection of the pipe. The date of the opening of the temporary bridge will be decided next week following completion of all enabling works. In addition, […]

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June Police Report

By bellmannews / July 4, 2019

From Police Scotland. Community Council Report This report covers progress we have made in dealing with your priorities for the Kincardine and Mearns area for the period 1 to 30 June 2019. The report aims to highlight emerging issues in your area, and to provide crime prevention advice and guidance to Community Council members and […]

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