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Tariffs to be introduced for electric vehicle charging use

By bellmannews / November 26, 2020

From Aberdeenshire Council Communications Team – Tariffs for the use of electric vehicle charging points operated by Aberdeenshire Council are to be introduced on January 4, 2021. During the early implementation of electric vehicle (EV) charging units there was an expectation by Transport Scotland that there would be no charge to the customer to use […]

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Dunnottar Castle in Snow

By bellmannews / November 20, 2020

By Andy Hall – As we prepare ourselves for the full onset of winter, hopefully there will be an opportunity to photograph iconic Dunnottar Castle at its most photogenic – after a fresh fall of snow. The ideal conditions are in late-afternoon when the sun is lowering behind you, directing beautiful golden light on to […]

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Through The Lens – Andy Hall Sharing Hints on That Perfect Photograph

By bellmannews / November 20, 2020

The Bellman is delighted to introduce a new feature that will undoubtedly prove a huge boon to all Stonehaven’s photographers. ‘Through the Lens’ is a guide to the art of photography by Andy Hall. Each article will showcase one of Andy’s stunning images, with a commentary helping you achieve a similarly successful composition. It Started […]

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PLANTING TO RAISE AWARENESS OF THE ROTARY FIGHT FOR A POLIO FREE WORLD.

By bellmannews / November 20, 2020

From Stonehaven Rotary Club – Two million Ruby Giant Purple crocus corms were available this year in batches of 4000 bulbs and these have all been bought by Rotary clubs throughout the UK – including Stonehaven Rotary Club. Usually the Club  involves the local schools in the crocus project but that was not possible this […]

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Young Dancers in Final Day of Third Sector Week 2020

By bellmannews / November 20, 2020

Young People & Older People As we reach the final day of Aberdeenshire Third Sector Week 2020, we reflect on the outstanding contribution made by Third Sector Organisations. This week’s offering is just the tip of the iceberg of what is on offer across Aberdeenshire and now, more than ever, the need for partnership working […]

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“Remember that day I got adopted … I got an ice-cream!”

By bellmannews / November 19, 2020

As part of Adoption Week Scotland (16 – 20 November 2020), Aberdeenshire Council is sharing the story of a mother and daughter whose journey underlines the need to ensure all children and young people can enjoy family life full of love, nurture and patience, and simple pleasures. Sadie was initially fostered by Jackie – whose […]

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Our Mearns Interrupted – Showcased in Day 4

By bellmannews / November 19, 2020

Environmental & Preserving Heritage Direct contact with nature has many benefits and will often improve people’s overall mood, mental health, and life satisfaction. We are truly fortunate to live in a place that features beautiful coastlines, pretty seaside towns, rugged cliffs, and sandy bays. There are hundreds of attractions and hidden gems dotted across the […]

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New process for allocating housing will offer greater choice to applicants

By bellmannews / November 19, 2020

From Abereenshire Council Communications Team – Aberdeenshire Council is to move to a choice-based lettings approach next year, giving potential tenants greater choice over the type of property they wish to secure. The new process was agreed as the council’s Communities Committee approved an updated housing allocations policy earlier this month. Applicants for council housing […]

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Mental Health, Health & Wellbeing and Men’s Sheds

By bellmannews / November 18, 2020

Good health is about the mind as well as the body – feeling physically fit, and feeling good about ourselves, means that we can go and achieve more of the things we want to do in life. Today we hear from various Mental Health and Wellbeing service providers explaining how they have assisted those in […]

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