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New Scottish Water Top Up Tap makes a splash in Stonehaven

By StoneyLisa / February 3, 2020

Stonehaven residents and visitors who have been working up a sweat at the town’s Open Air Pool, leisure centre or playpark will now easily be able to quench their thirst thanks to a new Top Up Tap from Scottish Water. Leisure centre staff and Stonehaven councillor Wendy Agnew joined members of Scottish Water’s local team […]

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Aberdeenshire Council introduces one-year polystyrene recycling trial

By StoneyLisa / February 3, 2020

Aberdeenshire Council is to offer a polystyrene recycling trial at three of its Household Recycling Centres (HRCs). The council has signed a contract with Styropack for a one-year pilot of the recycling service beginning on February 1, 2020. New bins are being designated for polystyrene within the three participating HRCs at Banchory, Portlethen and Stonehaven […]

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Paws on Plastic

By StoneyLisa / February 3, 2020

15,000 PAWSOME RESOLUTIONS AS PAWS ON PLASTIC MEMBERSHIP SOARS Dog Owners’ New Year Resolutions remove over 22 MILLION pieces of litter!! Dog owners making a wonderful New Year Resolution have soared the ranks of the “PAWS ON PLASTIC’ campaign to 15,000. The group of dog owners pledge to pick up a couple of pieces of […]

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Kincardineshire Development Partnership Bulletin

By StoneyLisa / January 19, 2020

The Mearns Memory Café – featuring laughing yoga!!!A free drop-in café for people with dementia and memory problems, their families, friends, carers and interested members of the community.Tuesday 27th January, 1.15pm-3.15pm at the Masonic Hall, Laurencekirk.See poster for more details. Tesco Bags for LifeTesco Bags for Life fund community grants for thousands of local projects across Britain. Projects should bring […]

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Community Council Report

By StoneyLisa / January 19, 2020

Community Council Report This report covers progress we have made in dealing with your priorities for the Kincardine and Mearns Community Council area for the period 1 to 31 December 2019. The report aims to highlight emerging issues in your area, to provide crime prevention advice and guidance to Community Council members and the residents […]

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Stonehaven Flood Protection Scheme Update

By StoneyLisa / January 19, 2020

Zone 4A North Between Beach Bridge and Bridgefield – Completing flood walls Zone 1B North and South Between Bridgefield and White Bridge – Revised programme to be agreed Zone 1C/D South Between the White Bridge and the Green Bridge – Reinstatement works Zone 1D North and South – Currently construction of Green Bridge abutments and […]

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Volunteers for Stonehaven RNLI

By StoneyLisa / January 19, 2020

12 January 2020 Volunteers Wanted-Volunteer Shore Crew and Tractor Drivers The RNLI’s Lifeboat Station in Stonehaven is home to James Hunter, a B class Lifeboat, which is ideally suited to the challenging conditions found along our stretch of coastline. We are looking to recruit new volunteers in the role of volunteer shore crew and tractor […]

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Community views sought on future library service

By StoneyLisa / January 19, 2020

A survey seeking views on future library provision in communities around Aberdeenshire is now live. As part of the Council’s budget-setting process, savings were identified for the library service and the possibility of the closure of some facilities in smaller villages was outlined. Since then, Live Life Aberdeenshire has been working hard to look at […]

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Progress on empowering schools across Aberdeenshire

By StoneyLisa / August 30, 2019

Aberdeenshire councillors today agreed a number of key workstreams to progress with the devolution of school budgets. As part of a national drive to empower head teachers, primary schools across the local area will have more flexibility on how budgets are used in a similar way to the way secondaries have been able to operate […]

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Meikle Carewe Wind Farm Community Fund

By StoneyLisa / August 30, 2019

The Meikle Carewe Wind Farm Community Fund opened for applications on 1 July 2019. Applications to the fund can be made from not-for-profit groups and organisations based in the following Community Council areas: • Crathes, Drumoak and Durris • Newtonhill, Muchalls & Cammachmore • North Kincardine Rural • Portlethen and District • Stonehaven and District […]

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