Tarves Community Council
As you may be aware your Community Council organised a public meeting with a representative of Superfast Scotland on June 27th which was also attended by one MSP, representatives of MSP’s and our local MP.
Since the meeting I have received the following communication from Mr Salmonds’ office.
“I have had a response from BT regarding the lack of community engagement and issues some of you have been experiencing with Broadband and trying to have same addressed when contacting BT. BT are now requesting names and addresses of those who have had problems with their broadband and then have had issues trying to get BT to resolve same. Could you obtain that information for me and exactly what they experienced with BT. A few lines should suffice and can you provide me with a resume of the issues that you have had when making representations to BT on behalf of the Community Council”.
If you have had a Broadband or Phone Line problem with BT can you please get in contact with me, preferably via email giving your Name, Address and phone number with a note of the problem and I will incorporate the detail within our reply.
This is an opportunity for our Communities voice to be heard and I would appreciate if you could let me have your comments by 27th July.
David Hekelaar, Secretary, Tarves CC
Gatehouse, Tolquhon, Tarves.
Saturdays’ defibrillator awareness session in Tarves was attended by 12 people – the next session is at the Melvin Hall Tarves on Tuesday Evening the 12th July commencing at 7pm. The session which last about 1.5 hours is open to all residents of the Tarves, Pitmedden, Udny & Barthol Chapel areas. We would prefer (although not essential) to have advanced notice of how many people plan to attend so please call the Udny Development Trust on 01651 843776 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org .
Posted by Tarves Community Council.
Mary May Jazz in the Garden
An evening of Jazz music within the grounds of Pitmedden Garden.
Mary May Jazz will play a catalogue of jazz tunes within a marquee in our Wall Garden. Established Scottish jazz singer Mary May performs a range of jazz standards featuring dynamic upbeat arrangements. It’s jazz to the bone! ‘Stunning voice’ (Jazz Aberdeen). ‘One of the best jazz singers in Scotland’ (Aberdeen Performing Arts). ‘Faultless set’ (Southside Advertiser). ‘A real jazz singer’ (Nancy Kelly). ‘One to Watch’ (Jim Brooks).
Bring a seat and a picnic. Gates open 6pm.
Dates & Times:16 Jul 2016 – 16 July 2016 : 19:00 – 21:00
Prices:Adult : £ 15.00
Contact:For further information please call 01651 842352
Booking:Online or NTS shop from 1st May
Date: Saturday 9th July
Time: 12 midday
Join the Bumblebee Conservation Trust for a fantastic, fun Bumblebee Safari through the wildflower meadows here at Haddo.
This event is suitable for everyone who wants to learn more about bumblebees, but we recommend children are 7 years of age or over. All children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Meeting place is the Pheasantry at 12 noon, we will then do a short walk around the estate to find some bees!
To confirm your place on the bee walk, please email your name(s) and a phone number to email@example.com