Month: July 2014
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Competition + Comment = Local Conversations Worth Having Read the rest of this entry »
Stonehaven Community Centre celebrated their Volunteers by having a Strawberry Tea on Wed 13 June where over 50 volunteers were invited. Read the rest of this entry »
Could you benefit from local business networking and improving your online trading?
Did you know the Forest View Centre was a crafty little place?
Now with an accredited lifeskills course in Creativity as well as Business Enterprise Group making and selling soap, Forest View Centre in Stonehaven is getting craftier and craftier!
They are always keen for collaborations within the local community so read on to find out more!
Kincardine and Mearns Transport Futures Forum looks at local transport issues affecting our communities in Kincardine and Mearns and explores ideas which could potentially address them. The Forum aims to give a greater voice to transport users from local communities and bring together a range of partners to work together to find solutions.
A group of local people interested in Transport recently gathered at the Forest View Centre in Stonehaven for the inaugural session of the new forum which is intended meet four times a year.
In 2010 the NHS Grampian Renal Unit were left a legacy of £250,000 for dialysis machines. After discussion, it was felt that this was best identified as a capital fund towards a satellite renal unit in South Aberdeenshire as this is the one area within Aberdeenshire that as yet is not served by a Renal Dialysis satellite unit. The new unit would cover a large area – from as far south as St Cyrus, across to Luthermuir and up to Fettercairn, Banchory and across to Portlethen.