If you missed our showings last week, here is the first of the two submissions for the Climate Change Themed Film competition run by Keep Scotland Beautiful and Screen Scotland. The two 14 year olds, are members of our own Everything Electronics Youth Club. ... See MoreSee Less
Due to a fault on our pinpad we will not be able to process any card payments until a replacement arrives on Thursday 💩 I apologise in advance for the inconvenience 💩💩 ... See MoreSee Less
Photos from Balhousie Care Group's post ... See MoreSee Less
Photos from Ride in Peace Adventures's post ... See MoreSee Less
Tarland to echt road currently closed at the straight before turn off to midmar bus shelter. Turn off at learney crossroads and go via torphins? Accident about a mile before Millers. Tarland side. ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you to Geordie Little for the strawberry plants, donations to 1st Cromar Rainbows 🍓🌈 ... See MoreSee Less
Available today ! And tomorrow! 12-5pm. £25 with a bottle of Prosecco. Call now ... See MoreSee Less
If you missed the viewing on Monday, then you have a second chance to come and join us this evening. Just message us or email for the meeting code. Come and support your local youth and their climate change films entered for the Screen Scotland and Keep Scotland Beautiful climate change themed film competition. ... See MoreSee Less
Our April third sector newsletter is now available to view on our website by following this link: tinyurl.com/54rkbchw
If you find the newsletter useful, please feel free to pass the link on to your friends and colleagues where they will find our back catalogue of newsletters.
#avanews #AberdeenshireVoluntaryAction #thirdsectornews ... See MoreSee Less
With the Stay at Home message becoming Stay Local from tomorrow (Friday), we know many of you will be keen to get outdoors and enjoy a bit more freedom than you’ve had in recent months.
But with that freedom comes a huge amount of personal responsibility - not only for the safety of both yourself and others - but also for our beautiful countryside and coastline.
We understand that people will want to visit some of the more well-known attractions, but we have so many wonderful areas and sights to see across Aberdeenshire that it’s not worth risking our health or impacting on the countryside when it’s clearly become too crowded.
So at all times remember the following:
By exercising near our own communities, we can help reduce the spread of the disease and the pressure on rural communities and emergency services
Some hotspots could be busy and facilities such as car parks, shops and toilets may be closed or access reduced, so plan ahead before setting out – including checking the relevant website - and be prepared to move to your Plan B site
Remember to follow the Scottish Outdoor Access Code and be responsible for your dog, especially around farmland and areas where there may be ground nesting birds. Take all your litter home with you and abide by the latest guidance on hygiene and physical distancing.
Take it easy
Support our NHS, emergency services and rescue teams during this challenging time by avoiding riskier outings and always remember the FACTS
#ProtectRespectEnjoy ... See MoreSee Less
We did not think that we would be at Aboyne Farmers Market this month with our plants but the Government have allowed garden centres to open from the 5th April which means we can sell our plants.
Looking forward to seeing you there - Saturday 10th April, Aboyne Green, 10 am to 2 pm ... See MoreSee Less