Dallahan with support from The RowiesSep 23, 8:00pmMacRobert HallOur Saturday night concert, we welcome Dallahan, one of the most thrilling forces in the international folk music scene. We also welcome The Rowies, Speyfest Young Entertainer of the year 2017! Doors open at 7pm. Licensed bar.... See MoreSee Less
Don't forget - Tarland Local Market will be held tomorrow in the MacRobert Hall from 10am - 12 midday, with a selection of fantastic local food and produce. Free entry, teas and home-baking from Tarland Senior Citizens Association. ... See MoreSee Less
www.facebook.com/aileen.longino/posts/10214189695404682Feast your eyes on this! Tarland Food & Music Festival which is taking place from 22-24 September are looking for volunteers to help over the weekend with a variety of festival events. Can you spare a few hours? Do you have local Tarland knowledge to help visitors? Do you love great food and music? Come along to the Volunteer Meeting in the MacRobert Trust shop in Tarland on Monday 18 September at 7 pm to get your festival volunteer tshirt! Email firstname.lastname@example.org ... See MoreSee Less
Coming up this Wednesday, Natasha Walker's talk is a friendly look at the issue of what affects baby's health whilst in the womb. Covering a range of topics from how materials are transported from mother to baby, to how different substances affect the baby positively or negatively, Natasha slays a few myths on the way. So join us for free tea or coffee in our relaxed CafeSci.
Developing Better Guidance for Pregnant WomenSep 20, 7:30pmMacRoberts Memorial HallNatasha Walker, from the Insititute of Medical Sciences at the University of Aberdeen, is researching placental health during pregnancy and how it is affected by smoking, drinking and deprivation. She will debug common misconceptions and describe how current scientific research aims to improve pregnancy guidance and outcomes. Come and join us for an evening of “coffee with a slice of science” in the relaxed Café Scientifique format. Entrance fee on door : £4.00 adults; students in FTE - free.... See MoreSee Less
This time next week Tarland will be in full Festival swing! Please find all the programme details here www.tarland.org.uk/food-music-day/ - there is something for everyone!
Tickets will be onsale in the 'Festival Cafe' (former 'Kuttin' Edge'/Eddie Fowlies) in the square throughout this week, starting today. Please pop in and find out more! #tarland #localfood #folkmusic #communitygarden #bees #workshops #farming #cookerydemonstrations #localmarket ... See MoreSee Less
‘The MacRobert Trust plans to plant an avenue of oak trees to remember the 24 fallen soldiers of World War 1 named on the Tarland War Memorial.
The Trust hopes to invite their descendants or close relations to a ceremony in November. If you are a close relation of any of these men please contact Simon Welfare at email@example.com.'
An update on the TT#2 project...Tarland Trails#2: Having considered revisions to the initial plan, the trustees of TDG(Tarland Development Group) have given their backing to seek funding for a planning application. The extensive consultation highlighted issues particularly with the location of the car park. The process has allowed an alternative to be identified. The plans have been revised, with a car park now as shown on the attached map. This car park location is significantly closer to Tarland and addresses (or minimises) 16 of the 28 identified negative points in the consultation report (www.tarland.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/TT2_Consultation-Report.pdf). Over the next few months we will seek funding (c£10,000) to enable a planning application and associated reports to be submitted to Aberdeenshire Council. Thank you for your input already. Everyone will once again have an opportunity to comment via the planning application process, whether against, neutral or in support, on the expansion of mountain trails on the outskirts of Tarland. ... See MoreSee Less