Aberdeenshire Council is now engaging with sports clubs across Aberdeenshire to find out about the kind of support they want and to help them develop and be sustainable in the future. We are requesting one response per club only please. An online survey is now live and available through the following link: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/sportsclubs2017 The survey will be available for completion until midnight on Monday 1st May 2017. If you require any further information, please contact:
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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.
Do you watch Wimbledom and feel inspired to pick up a racket? Stonehaven Tennis Club could be just the place for you! Pick up some skills, find some components and meet some friends. Read the rest of this entry »
Can you imagine being committed enough to your sport, club or cause to take part in it for a continuous fourteen hours?
Read on to hear why men and boys in Stonehaven will be doing just that and how your sponsorship could support local talent and gain advertising for your business.
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From august 2014, we are launching monthly topics and will be searching out more of you to contribute on that topic.
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