STONEHAVEN and District Community Council have posted the agenda for their forthcoming meeting on Tuesday evening.
And joining them via Skype will be representatives of Stonehaven’s dance group Rhythm Nation Dance and Fitness. The group recently applied for planning permission for a change of use of a commercial unit at Spurryhillock to turn it into a dance studio.
The dance school, describes itself as, ”delivering street and lyrical dance classes to children aged between 3 and 18 in Stonehaven, Laurencekirk and Inverbervie. The current focus is mainly on street dance which is a fresh, innovative dance style, incorporating different styles such as hip hop, break dancing and body locking and is popular with both girls and boys.”
The proposals for the studio at Spurryhillock have attracted numerous comments in support – including one from SDCC member Jim Stephen, who also invited the group to speak at next week’s meeting.
Also on the agenda for our town’s representatives are the latest police report, the proposed closure of Mackie pool and a motion regarding Council’s winter services: to acknowledge the excellent work this year by Council services to keep roads and pavements gritted.
Previously in The Bellman