Month: August 2014
Did you see the competition entries we had on our Facebook page?
They were great! It has been a difficult choice but our team of judges did come up with two winners and they are Bruce Meiklejohn with his kids running like the clappers on St. Cyrus Beach and Fiona Carr with a photo of a beautifully held Tae Kwondo pose on a bail of straw overlooking Dunnottar Castle.
We have been delighted by the so many different ways you get active and the wonderful places Kincardine and Mearns has to offer.
Here are the winning photos.
“Walking with a friend in the dark is better than walking alone in the light”. Helen Keller
At present Luthermuir Walking Club number eight ladies – having recently and sadly lost their only gentleman member. Read our guest blog from Jill Fairweather, a group member, and hear so clearly in her words the benefits of their coming together. Read the rest of this entry »
If someone told you there was a craze growing in Scotland that was getting thousands of people coming together and out of the house, what would you imagine it was? It’s not loom bands!
Coastal Rowing & Boat Building in Scotland
It’s that time of year again. Are you going to while away some of the winter hours by picking up a new skill? Do you want to master new technology?
As ever, there is a variety of courses on offer during evening or daytime at Stonehaven Community Centre and other venues in Stonehaven and Inverbervie.
Enrolment Day is at Stonehaven Community Centre on Thursday 21st August between 9.30 a.m. – Noon; 2.00 – 4.00 p.m.; and 6.30 – 8.30 p.m. Read the rest of this entry »
Eva three step, tap dancing and line dancing – do you have experience in any of these dances? Join the Dance With Me Challenge 2014 to give them a go! If you don’t know them you can just make up your own dance!
Go for Gold Challenge – what is it all about?
Guest blog by Sandy McLaughlin, Chairman/Coach for Portlethen Sports Club
Portlethen & District Sports Trust are a newly formed group within Portlethen & the Districts which will hopefully serve the community with sporting facilities to cover the community’s needs. The trust is already in talks with Aberdeenshire council regarding looking after an area of land in the Hillside area of Portlethen which will cater for a wide range of sports and give the people in the community a sporting area to be proud of.