Scotland’s new voluntarily arts project ” putting the social into social media ” for the 50+ age group in any creative group or project. Click on the poster to find out more on how to arts and learn new digital skills to help run your group.
This is free digital training for those in your group. So register your interest online or phone the number at the bottom of the poster below.
Have you bought your tickets yet? We are proud to host Folkband North from Norway and Treol from Edinburgh on Wednesday 2nd August @ 7.30pm in the Melvin Hall.Tickets are £5 and are available from Duthies, the Heritage Centre and on the door on the night. This is part of the AIYF Outreach programme and all proceeds go to the Heritage Project. Hope to see you there.
You can be forgiven for thinking that a new Hut has appeared in the grounds of Tarves primary school. Considerably better looking than the old portacabin that has served as the youth centre for the village since 1998.
The new looking wooden cabin is really just the old one in disguise.
The youth Hut Project ( formerly known as The Zone 98) have raised funds and received grants from Aberdeenshire Council, Oldmeldrum and Ellon Rotary clubs in order to put a new cladding of wood to improve and insulate the building . It makes the building considerably more usable in colder times.
Tarves Community Council this week’s expressed thanks to all those involved in completing the project. The idea came from a previously reclad portacabin that is Methlick community garden Project. “That work will extend the life and increase usage of the existing portacabin at much less cost than a possible replacement” said local councillor Paul Johnston. ” the hut has been a valuable resource for young people and it is good to see it have this new lease of life”
Barthol Chapel Bowlers will be restarting the new session of indoor bowling on Tuesday 19th September at the school at 7.30.
We would invite anyone who wants to come along to a ‘Come and Try’ session to join us that evening.
Indoor Bowling is a pleasant relaxing but competitive sport open to all ages. ( Under 16’s should be accompanied by a responsible adult)
We are a friendly bunch who meet every term Tuesday at the school during September to April for a game and a fly cup at the close around about 9.30. It’s a great way to pass a winters evening!!
Come and join us either by arriving that night or contacting the club secretary Bill Kelly on 01651 806804..
We look forward to seeing you on the night.
Haddo Arts Festival Organisation
Book keeping Services
To suit Part Time Book keeper for a fixed period (Flexibility to work from home)
The Haddo Arts Festival Organisation seeks a contractor to provide part-time bookkeeping services, running the end to end book keeping side of the business from the comfort of their own home.
Hours 4 Hours per week
Fee £10.00 per hour
This contract will run from 7 August 2017 – 31 March 2018.
Closing date: 5 pm Tuesday 1 August 2017. Interviews will be held on Friday 4 August.
Your key skills and responsibilities will be:
- Recording financial transactions
- Handling accounts payable and receivable
- Paying regular bills for the company
- Maintaining company ledgers
- Handling client invoices by recording the payments
- Appropriately coding payables to prepare them for the accountant’s input later
- Invoicing deliveries and paying vendors for their goods and services
- Preparing purchase orders in accordance with requests for materials
- Filing financial records and retrieving necessary documents as needed for others
- Recording cash receipts and handling bank deposits
- Preparing information for auditors
- Additional bookkeeping duties as designated by management
- Occasional attendance at Committee Meetings
The ideal candidate will be able to show the following:
- Experience in a similar Bookkeeping role, at least 2 years
- Confident individual with a strong work ethic
- Good attention to detail and ability to work from home
For further information, please contact Dr Cathy Guthrie on firstname.lastname@example.org
To apply, please send a CV and covering letter to email@example.com
The Murly Tuck are recruiting an assistant cook to join our friendly team at the Square in Tarves.
The role is full-time: 37.5hrs per week, with flexible hours and working every second weekend.
Start date asap.
Contact Gill at firstname.lastname@example.org with your c.v. and details.
Two of Scotland’s top traditional music artists, the great Aly Bain and Phil Cunningham have again got Meldrum Academy on the their tour dates. Saturday 9th September 2017
This raise money for Meldrum Academy parent Council and support for the School.
Get you tickets for a great night out – and a worthy cause.
The Tarves Heritage project is organising a major project of creating a tapestry of our community past and present. It was started earlier this year (January 2017) and is now being taken forward. Click on the link HERE to find out more.
If you want to take part in any small way in creating our community’s tapestry please contact Fran Crichton. Call on 01651 851200. Please come and visit the TARVES HERITAGE PROJECT at Tarves Square to see the wonderful work under way and what you can do, small or large to leave a lasting legacy for the future.