Notice Board

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

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2 days ago

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Deeside Cats Protection are currently looking for volunteers.Our Deeside branch are looking for some pawsome new volunteers!

If you are interested, or needing some more information, please apply here: www.cats.org.uk/support-us/volunteeropportunities

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Deeside Cats Protection are currently looking for volunteers.

4 days ago

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Volunteers wantedOur Deeside branch are looking for some pawsome new volunteers!

If you are interested, or needing some more information, please apply here: www.cats.org.uk/support-us/volunteeropportunities

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Volunteers wanted

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Betty Barclay

5 days ago

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Relaxed Family Swim Sessions at Alford Community Campus, 15th Feb, 16th May & 22nd Aug. All welcome.
For full details please click on the following link 👇
www.facebook.com/groups/spikinautismandmore/?ref=share
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5 days ago

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Your views on your libraryA survey seeking views on future library provision in communities around Aberdeenshire is now live.

As part of the Council’s budget-setting process, savings were identified for the library service and the possibility of the closure of some facilities in smaller villages was outlined.

Since then, Live Life Aberdeenshire has been working hard to look at alternative ways of achieving savings by taking a broader view of how library services are provided.

The needs of individual communities and how customers want to access services is at the forefront of this, as are opportunities to deliver services in different ways.

It is hoped that new opening hours, combined with a focus on what customers need from their library, can generate the savings required with minimal impact on community life.

For example, where communities identify a low requirement for physical library services, alternative provision such as postal services, services delivered from other local premises or outreach work could be considered.

Communities are encouraged to give their views on local libraries via the survey, which will then inform future decisions by councillors.

For more info and a link to the survey, which is open until the end of February, see: bit.ly/30c37tD

To go straight to the survey, see: www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/ABSLIBRARIES
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Your views on your library

5 days ago

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Next month in the Hall... ... See MoreSee Less

5 days ago

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The stair well and the foyer of the Hall are being repainted this week... ... See MoreSee Less

6 days ago

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Are you a charity, social enterprise, voluntary or community group operating in Aberdeenshire? Free membership of AVA entitles you to a range of benefits that can help your group to thrive! We offer support, advice, information, promotion and services. Visit our brand new website to find out more and apply - www.avashire.org.uk/ ... See MoreSee Less

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Amazing sky in the Howe this morning.

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Yes, it was amazing wasn't it. I looked out this morning and thought - shepherd's warning, but what a beautiful one!

6 days ago

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7 days ago

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