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Water On Tap at Park

By Jane Cruickshank / September 2, 2019

SCOTTISH Water have submitted a planning application for the installation of a water bottle refill station at Queen Elizabeth Park. The gentain blue tap featuring the words, ‘your water your life’ would be sited to the left of the pathway leading into the Leisure Centre. The application states there would not be a requirement for […]

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Race Night for Homestart

By Jane Cruickshank / September 2, 2019

STONEHAVEN’S family support charity Homestart Kincardine is holding a Race Night fundraiser in Stonehaven Scout Hut on Saturday September 7. The racing course fun lasts from 7pm – 10.30pm. Pundits should bring your own booze. Tickets for the evening cost £5. Home-Start Kincardine is a voluntary organisation committed to promoting the positive sides to family […]

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Business Park for Braehead

By Jane Cruickshank / August 27, 2019

Bancon Group and Dickinson Trust Ltd have submitted proposals for five workshop/Warehouse and Office units including associated yards, parking, landscaping and infrastructure at land adjacent to the A92/A957 Junction, East Newtonleys. The Dickinson Trust Ltd, is trustee for The Dunnottar Trust (Dunecht Estates). Planning permission in principle for development on the 9.5 ha site was […]

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New Homes Proposed at Ury

By Jane Cruickshank / August 26, 2019

KIRKWOOD Homes have submitted an application for planning permission for 33 new homes and associated infrastructure at Ury Estate. These homes are in addition to the 230 houses which gained permission as an enabling development for restoration of the mansion house and which are being accommodated at a higher density than first planned – freeing […]

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Willie Bags Munros

By Jane Cruickshank / August 26, 2019

THOUGH The Bellman normally sticks to only news about Stonehaven and its people, we’ll make an exception for this bit of BBC news about our former Kincardine and Mearns area manager based at Viewmount. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-north-east-orkney-shetland-49446786

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Costa Del Stonehaven

By Jane Cruickshank / August 25, 2019

Photo gallery and Harbour Festival special junior report WITH the town basking in glorious sunshine, Stonehaven found itself a tourist Mecca with crowds thronging the piers and Shorehead at today’s harbour festival. The smell of sizzling kippers filled the air for the waterfront activities and stalls organised by Stonehaven’s three service clubs – The Rotary, […]

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Renal Unit Opening

By Jane Cruickshank / August 22, 2019

Dr Neil Edward, one of the pioneers of renal dialysis at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, opened a satellite unit in Stonehaven today – bringing to fruition a huge local fundraising effort spearheaded by our local Rotary Club. The Stonehaven Renal Unit, largely funded by the local community, offers dialysis for up to six patients, mornings and […]

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Reluctant Support for Ury

By Jane Cruickshank / August 22, 2019

But Developer says work progressing well COUNCILLORS’ discussions about the future of Stonehaven were dominated by discontent about decisions of the past, when they considered development in the town for the next decade. Yesterday, members of the Kincardine and Mearns Area Committee were in attendance at the second day of a special meeting convened for […]

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Last Chance to Comment on Transport Strategy

By Jane Cruickshank / August 21, 2019

from Nestrans – Over the last few months, Nestrans has been seeking your input to help shape the next Regional Transport Strategy (RTS) for the north east of Scotland. The partnership has a statutory duty to produce and deliver an RTS to set the vision and direction for transport in the region for the next […]

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Special Meeting on Local Plan

By Jane Cruickshank / August 19, 2019

OUR councillors meet tomorrow to consider responses to the Main Issues Report on Aberdeenshire’s next Local Development Plan, LDP. The special meeting of the Kincardine and Mearns Area Committee will convene in Woodhill House at 10am tomorrow. The LDP is a document in two halves: first there are the policies that underpin all development within […]

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