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The Aberdeenshire Signposting Project is a client support service covering the Aberdeenshire area.  The project works with clients to find sources of help and support with the issues in their lives causing them concern.

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Victoria Lake, Deputy Manager for the Signposting Project said: “Our service is growing with new and exciting developments and we are looking for volunteers who can support us in the work that we do”.  Read the rest of this entry »


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Michael MorganMichael Morgan is a Community Councillor for Newtonhill, Muchalls & Cammachmore.  He is also the Community Representative for the North Kincardine area on the Kincardine & Mearns Community Planning Group.  He has been active in various ways exercises to strengthen the voice and involvement of local people in the issues that affect them.  Michael is going to write a regular blog and in his first contribution here, he offers his thoughts on local transport and asks you to get involved in the new K&M Transport Futures Forum. Please note that any opinions expressed here are Michael’s own and not those of any of the partner organisations involved in the Community Planning Group or K&M Communities.  “From a personal point of view driving on the A90 is dangerous and parking in Aberdeen is a nightmare.  The time has come when shopping online is cheaper and easier than shopping in Aberdeen.  What happens if you don’t have a choice, if you work in Aberdeen and have to commute by car, bus or train?  Public transport is failing us in so many ways throughout the whole of Kincardine and Mearns.  Read the rest of this entry »


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Crossroads Office

Barclay Street, Stonehaven

The volunteer drop in surgery will provide an accessible service resource for local people with an interest in volunteering.

Volunteering can help:

  • improve skills,
  • increase confidence
  • increase access to information and awareness of opportunities
  • reduce isolation, and,
  • increase employability

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K&M Transport Futures Forum

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The K&M Transport Futures Forum is a new, high-reaching transport initiative rooted in communities. This exciting new project is being supported by a range of partners to allow a collective, global approach to local transport solutions.  Bringing together public, private, voluntary sectors with the community, it will be a forum open to anyone with interests and ideas on transport and travel in Kincardine & Mearns.

The first session will focus on generating a vision for the future of transport in K&M.  During the second and third sessions we will start to brainstorm the first steps needed to take us there.  A steering group for the forum will be recruited from among attendees allowing the direction and activity to be guided by a range of skills and backgrounds.

The LAUNCH SESSION is on THURSDAY 29 MAY 2014 6pm – 8pm at Forest View Centre, Woodside Place, Stonehaven AB39 2TD

For information on this or further sessions contact us at
Tel: 01569 768323

Are You Aware Of How Welfare Reform Is Impacting K&M Residents?

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welfare-reform-300x181Do you know how many residents in K&M are affected by ‘bedroom tax’?

Do you know what Universal Credit is, when it will be coming in and how many residents in K&M will be affected?

Do you know how to support or signpost friends, neighbours or clients affected by welfare reforms?


To find out more come to a local K&M Welfare Reform Information Session
Wednesday May 14th 10am – 12 noon at Stonehaven Community Centre  Read the rest of this entry »

Have You Seen the Wildman of Caledonia? Stonehaven Appearance Predicted

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Rumours and sightings of the strange creature are circulating the K&M area.

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Climate Change, including Resilience to Severe Weather – 2nd Review

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Communities and partners in Kincardine & Mearns are more resilient and adaptive to current and future effects of climate change, including severe weather.  Read the rest of this entry »