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Final Flurry of Top Up Grants from Area Committee

By Jane Cruickshank / January 14, 2021

FROM resurfaced tennis courts to litter pickers for schools, a range of groups and projects in Stonehaven is recommended for funding from the Kincardine and Mearns Area Committee Budget. Next Tuesday’s area committee meeting is the last chance for our councillors to allocate funds from their £80,000 top up pot for 2020/21. The projects seeking […]

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Community Council Spotlight on Stonehaven’s Food Banks and Larder

By Jane Cruickshank / January 13, 2021

WITH an increasing number of Stonehaven residents using the services of our food banks and the Haven Larder, our community council is to write to our local authority and Scottish Government representatives to ask what is being done to alleviate food poverty. Meanwhile, the woman behind The Haven says we need to act now to […]

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Farmer’s Market under threat

By Dawn Black / January 12, 2021

The co-ordinator for the monthly Stonehaven Farmer’s Market is looking for someone to take over the role. Maureen Brown has been co-ordinating the market since 2005 and has expressed the need to stand down for the past two years. Despite many appeals within the Stonehaven Business Association for someone or a group to come forward […]

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Police Report

By bellmannews / January 11, 2021

From Police Scotland – This report covers progress we have made in dealing with your priorities for the Kincardine and Mearns area for the period 1 to 31 December 2020. The report aims to highlight emerging issues in your area, and provide crime prevention advice and guidance.  Our focus is to reduce crime and disorder, […]

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Plans to Restore Stonehaven’s Recreation Grounds Pavilion

By Jane Cruickshank / January 8, 2021

THE trustees of Stonehaven Recreation Grounds are applying for listed building consent for repairs and maintenance at the pavilion, which first opened in 1909. And a wealth of history of the grounds and its C-listed centrepiece is detailed in the heritage impact assessment included in the application documents. Photographs taken from the Tolbooth Museum website […]

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CLAN Lighthouse Trail coming to Stonehaven!

By Dawn Black / January 5, 2021

The Stonehaven Business Association & Tourism Group and Stunning Stonehaven are excited to have secured a CLAN Light the North Lighthouse so Stonehaven will be part of their fundraising Trail event March to May 2021 (originally scheduled for Sept/Oct 2020) in collaboration with Wild in Art (which will be along similar lines to the 2019 “Oor Willie” […]

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Public consultation cancelled due to Covid Level 4 restrictions

By Dawn Black / January 4, 2021

Unfortunately the Stonehaven Business Association and the other project partners have had to cancel the planned public consultation event for the Market Square Community Garden due to happen Thursday to Saturday this week at Hy. Covid Level 4 restrictions mean that this non-essential event at Hy pop-up shop cannot happen. The plans and design statement […]

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Winter golf at Stoney – mind funkery

By Alex Russon / December 29, 2020

According to common maxim, 95% of a golfer’s fortunes depends upon that which is occurring between his or her ears during a round of golf. Provided a player possesses the basic fundamentals of a golf swing, the scorecard will, in large part, reflect the mindset deployed whilst that individual was on the course . This […]

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