Tarland Community Composting starts its 9th year on Saturday (21st) We're still looking for volunteers to keep the garden waste collections going. If you would like to find out what's involved, with no commitment, meet us at the church at 9.00 on Saturday morning, or catch up with the tractor and trailer as we go round the village ... See MoreSee Less
Well what a week! We would like to say a huge thank you to all you young@❤️deesiders who came out in force this week in Aboyne Ballater and Braemar. We have loved meeting you all and have enjoyed all our conversations. We have plenty information gathered which we will sort as soon as possible. You will be hearing from us soon. In the meantime spread the word! Thank you 😀 ... See MoreSee Less
Well done Aboyne great first meeting today in Victory Hall lots of buzz in a packed room. If you missed today come and join us either tomorrow (Wed) at 10.30 am V & A Halls Ballater or Thursday at 10.30 at The Sheiling Braemar😃❤️☕️ ... See MoreSee Less
I received this email on the Tarland & Cromar Website. Can anyone help Keith? if so please email him back directly, although it would be nice to also hear if it was resolved.
From: Keith Paterson <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: Don Turner
Message Body: Hi was wondering if anyone knew Don Turner who came from Tarland? He did have a sister who was married to a local farmer. I knew Don from Zambia and Botswana and in the 70's visited his sister and her family in Tarland. Don would have to have been born around 1930. Thanks for your efforts. Keith. Oh and he had ginger hair. ... See MoreSee Less
Delighted to announce that Granite City Fish Ltd will be at Tarland Local Market this Saturday, 14th April, 10am-12 midday in the MacRobert Hall, along with a range of other fantastic stallholders! ... See MoreSee Less