Tarland and Cromar Notice Board shared a post.
9 hours ago
This is happening today 12-1 pm📚📖📗
Do you use the library? Don’t use the library? The library service is conducting a public consultation on library service provision in our community. We are holding a focus group for young@❤️deeside members on Tuesday 25th February at 12 noon in Aboyne Library. It should last no more than 1 hour and will be an opportunity to discuss what they currently do and what other activities/services they might provide in the future. If you would like more information please call the library on 01339 267701. ... See MoreSee Less
1 day ago
Please note the top of Whitehill between Tarland and Logie Coldstone is passable with care. Really need a plough to clear the road. Update plough just been past thanks! ... See MoreSee Less
Don't forget - on the 11th March in the Upper Hall we are hosting a community discussion on Wetlands around Tarland. Wetlands are important for wildlife habitat, managing flood water and storing carbon. We need you to come along and contribute your views on how wetlands around Tarland can be improved. There will be short presentations from members of the Tarland Wetlands Group, followed by a facilitated discussion gathering ideas from the community. Tea and cake will be provided! ... See MoreSee Less
This is always a fantastic event held in the MacRobert Hall in Tarland on Saturday 29th February 2-4 pm. Great stalls, great community effort! ... See MoreSee Less
In the Hall on Saturday... ... See MoreSee Less
In the Hall this week... ... See MoreSee Less
3 days ago
A really important topic this week from the James Hutton team - come and hear the latest on the climate crisis and everything wet. ... See MoreSee Less
Just 36 hours to go until the Seed Swap and Potato Day 2020. 28 varieties of seed tattie will be available, plus onion and garlic sets. There'll also be a Q&A to help you increase your yields with experienced organic grower Paul Coates of Coldwells Organic Farm, and a cookery demonstration with top local chef Beatrice Charnley. 10am-1pm MacRobert Hall, Tarland this Saturday. ... See MoreSee Less
Date for the diary.In the Hall in March.. ... See MoreSee Less
The first Migvie Kirk recital is on the 14th March. See details below for tickets. ... See MoreSee Less
Wish I could be there for this one. Xoxo
Aberdeenshire Council is undertaking a series of projects to promote travel behaviour change through the Government-funded Smarter Choices Smarter Places programme.
A cornerstone of the programme is a robust monitoring and evaluation framework, both to inform decisions as to which activities should be run and where, and to assess the effect the activities have had.
Aberdeenshire Council has commissioned Tracsis Traffic Data Ltd to undertake Non-Motorised User (NMU) surveys, which will take place on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays during March in the following towns:
Banchory, Banff, Ellon, Fraserburgh, Huntly, Inverurie, Macduff, Oldmeldrum, Peterhead, Portlethen, Stonehaven and Westhill
Each interview is anonymous, will last 4 to 6 minutes and will ask questions such as journey purpose, method of travel and influencing factors.
The survey results will also feed into the council’s Integrated Travel Town Masterplan project which won awards at both the Scottish and National Transport Awards in 2019.
Chair of the council’s Infrastructure Services Committee, Cllr Peter Argyle, said: “The outcome of these surveys will give us a valuable insight into how, when and for what purpose people travel, perceptions of walking and cycling safety in their town, and personal attitudes to main modes of travel.
"As a local authority, we can then use this to evidence previous spend and support future funding applications in our aim for a lower-carbon future.”
ISC vice-chair Cllr John Cox added: “I would encourage as many people within our targeted communities to complete this important survey. It won’t take up much of your time, yet the information gained on travel behaviour will assist the council immensely.” ... See MoreSee Less