Gourdon

Your Voice Your Choice Drop-in Sessions

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The Participatory Budgeting initiative is aimed at improving health, wellbeing and community connectedness in the Mearns coastal villages of Inverbervie, Gourdon, Johnshaven, Benholm and St Cyrus. Groups and individuals interested in applying for a share of the £30k funding are warmly invited to come along to informal drop-in sessions to find out more. These will run from 10am – 1pm then 7pm -9pm as follows:

Monday 8th May – St Cyrus Hall

Tuesday 9th May – Harbour Bar, Gourdon

Visit the Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/Your-Voice-Your-Choice-Kincardine-Mearns-1682423285392707/ for more updates, or contact Lesley Robertson on 01569 7683274  for further information.

Gourdon Primary Senior Citizen Club

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Here at K & M Communities, we like to share with you the great things which are happening in our communities. Read on to learn more about the links being forged between the generations in Gourdon in the Gourdon Primary Senior Citizen Club.

Generations working togetherP6 & P7 pupils from Gourdon Primary and senior citizens of the village come together to carry out intergenerational learning. The senior citizens club has been running at the school for over 6 years, there was a gap between the generations in the village so by creating this club it brings everyone together for greater understanding.

Interested, watch this short clip to learn more.

Would this work in your community?

News from Your Community Planning Group

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Briefing Note from the November Meeting

  1. Opening of Laurencekirk Police Station
  2. Gourdon Placemaking Project
  3. Newtonhill Community Action Plan

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Coastal Rowing is All the Rage!

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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

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