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The Tarland notice board is a place to post useful information about future and current events in the village.

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Tarland Bee Group - Winter Talk Series 2018Less than a month until our first winter talk!🐝 ... See MoreSee Less

Tarland Bee Group - Winter Talk Series 2018

The road home into the Howe o' Cromar after playing at the well attended funeral for Geordie Stewart in Banchory this afternoon. ... See MoreSee Less

The road home into the Howe o Cromar after playing at the well attended funeral for Geordie Stewart in Banchory this afternoon.

 

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This has to be one of the most beautiful views in Scotland

Oh min,grew up knowing him and his old man,sad news indeed

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Here's a date for your diary. All young@❤️deeside members are invited to our Winter Warmer in the Victory Hall, Aboyne on Thursday 29th November. If you are already a member you will be sent an invite. Places will be limited on a first come first served basis. This will be a free event between 11-2 (lunch included) with Taster sessions on the three themes we identified with your help, namely active lifetstyle, third age learning and creative arts. You will get a chance to try out new activities and have fun! More details to follow soon. If you are not already a member but would like to benefit from being one email us at membership@youngatheartdeeside.org.uk and check out the website at www.youngatheartdeeside.org.uk ... See MoreSee Less

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Unfortunately I'm still finding this kind of crap at the road side along the Coull Road on, at the very least a weekly basis. ... See MoreSee Less

Unfortunately Im still finding this kind of crap at the road side along the Coull Road on, at the very least a weekly basis.

 

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What I find more disappointing, quite honestly, is the crisp packets and McDonalds paraphernalia and Maoam sweetie wrappers and Oasis bottles left strewn all over the verges on the Coull Road. If I don't pick up for a week or so, it's a mess! It's hard to remember to pick the tin foil up after yourself if you've just been shooting up. But when you've just had a swig of Oasis, you're presumably compis mentis?

You really shouldn’t be touching it.

As your local chemist to dispose of it safely and if it’s a local person they may know who to have a word with.

I was out with my litter bag and finding stuff like that too this morning!

Donna Speed this must be what you were talking about

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The brand new 2019 schedule for the Flower Show is now available online. Copies will be in the shops and delivered to members in a few weeks time.
www.tarland.org.uk/community/cromar-and-district-horticultural-and-industrial-society/
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In the Hall next Monday... ... See MoreSee Less

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In the Hall on Wednesday... ... See MoreSee Less

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This week in the Hall.... ... See MoreSee Less

Little reminder, there is a CafeSci talk on local weather tomorrow evening (Monday 8th) at 7.30 at the MacRobert Hall, entry fee £4.00 (free for those in full time education).
Sue Heard is a glider pilot who delivers presentations on meteorology and a former Teaching Fellow at the University of Aberdeen, with a lifetime interest in climate, weather and clouds.
Deeside Gliding Club to the south of the Howe has the reputation of producing the best soaring flights in the UK with the record gain of height. in 1995 of 37,730 feet (11500m) nearly 9,000 feet (2743m).
Sue will interpret some of the fabulous skyscapes over the Howe of Cromar, with reference to global and local weather patterns.
Photo courtesy of Roy Garden with our thanks.
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Little reminder, there is a CafeSci talk on local weather tomorrow evening (Monday 8th) at 7.30 at the MacRobert Hall, entry fee £4.00 (free for those in full time education). 
Sue Heard is a glider pilot who delivers presentations on meteorology and a former Teaching Fellow at the University of Aberdeen, with a lifetime interest in climate, weather and clouds.  
Deeside Gliding Club to the south of the Howe has the reputation of producing the best soaring flights in the UK with the record gain of height. in 1995 of 37,730 feet (11500m) nearly 9,000 feet (2743m).
Sue will interpret some of the fabulous skyscapes over the Howe of Cromar, with reference to global and local weather patterns.
Photo courtesy of Roy Garden with our thanks.

 

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Patrick Gallagher

2 weeks ago

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The Pop-up shop at our Fashion Show in Aboyne tomorrow night will not only have beautiful designer labels in outfits but also fabulous accessories like these beauties. You can either pay in cash tomorrow night or reserve for 24 hours and pick up from the Home-Start shop. Don’t miss out. Wonderful bargains to be had! Tickets only £5 from DCC. ... See MoreSee Less

Ever wondered about the local weather around the Howe?

Cromar Future Group are delighted to welcome Sue Heard to start our series of winter talks next Monday, 8th. October at 19:30 at the MacRobert Hall. Sue is a glider pilot who delivers presentations on meteorology and a former Teaching Fellow at the University of Aberdeen, with a lifetime interest in climate, weather and clouds.

The setting of the Howe of Cromar, surrounded by mountains and hills, has impacts on the local weather. This can produce stunning skies, and understanding the clouds can contribute to being weather wise.

Deeside Gliding Club to the south of the Howe has the reputation of producing the best soaring flights in the UK with the record gain of height. in 1995 of 37,730 feet (11500m) nearly 9,000 feet (2743m) above the height of Everest; so how was this achieved?

Sue will interpret some of the fabulous skyscapes over the Howe of Cromar, with reference to global and local weather patterns.

We are also delighted to be working with Angie's Cafe this year, and most of our talks will be hosted there in the spirit of the "CafeSci" style. Only this talk and Peter Craig's Geohazards in January will be in the MacRobert Hall. (Angie will be in the kitchen area of the hall for coffee and cakes on Monday from 6.30 pm.)

Entry fee : £4.00, free to those in full-time education.

PLEASE NOTE : EVERYTHING ELECTRONIC will be starting early on Monday at 6pm and finishing at 7.30 to accommodate the talk.
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Ever wondered about the local weather around the Howe? 

Cromar Future Group are delighted to welcome Sue Heard to start our series of winter talks next Monday, 8th. October at 19:30 at the MacRobert Hall. Sue is a glider pilot who delivers presentations on meteorology and a former Teaching Fellow at the University of Aberdeen, with a lifetime interest in climate, weather and clouds.  

The setting of the Howe of Cromar, surrounded by mountains and hills, has impacts on the local weather. This  can produce stunning skies, and understanding the clouds can contribute to being weather wise. 

Deeside Gliding Club to the south of the Howe has the reputation of producing the best soaring flights in the UK with the record gain of height. in 1995 of 37,730 feet (11500m) nearly 9,000 feet (2743m) above the height of Everest; so how was this achieved? 

Sue will interpret some of the fabulous skyscapes over the Howe of Cromar, with reference to global and local weather patterns. 

We are also delighted to be working with Angies Cafe this year, and most of our talks will be hosted there in the spirit of the CafeSci style. Only this talk and Peter Craigs Geohazards in January will be in the MacRobert Hall. (Angie will be in the kitchen area of the hall for coffee and cakes on Monday from 6.30 pm.)

Entry fee : £4.00, free to those in full-time education.

PLEASE NOTE : EVERYTHING ELECTRONIC will be starting early on Monday at 6pm and finishing at 7.30 to accommodate the talk.

 

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Helen Rawlings