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SURVEY – ARE YOU A DOG WALKER?


gdwGreen Dog Walkers have put together a survey aimed at finding out ways to get more dog walkers to pick up after their pooches and to dispose of their poo in a responsible way. To encourage responses we’re offering a few prizes for completed surveys. If you’re a dog owner or takes someone else’s dog out for walks do please take part- it only takes 10-15 minutes to complete and the results will be used to better support responsible dog walking in Aberdeen City and Shire. https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/6YVC23S

THE BIG NORTH EAST QUIZ NIGHT -TARVES 23rd APRIL

Barthol Chapel resident, Kieran Booth, was selected by the charity, First Aid Africa, to join their international expedition team for 2016. From June 1st, Kieran Booth will be travelling to Kenya to teach life-saving First Aid to schools and communities in Sub-Saharan Africa.

First Aid Africa works to provide and encourage access to sustainable first aid equipment and education, delivering emergency healthcare solutions to benefit the public.

Ahead of his expedition, Kieran is required to raise funds for the charity to cover the costs of the various resources and materials required throughout the trip:

‘The BIG North East Quiz Night’ will take place at the Melvin Hall in Tarves on Saturday 23rd April from 7pm – suitable for all ages!

Tickets are also now on sale for ‘The BIG North East Raffle’ which features an array of prizes from generous businesses across Aberdeenshire and beyond. See the poster below for the full prize list! (Raffle to be drawn at the Quiz Night)

For more information on either of these fundraisers or to order your tickets, don’t hesitate to get in touch with Kieran, at kieransfundraising@hotmail.com

Tarves, Barthol Chapel - News & Views's photo.
Tarves, Barthol Chapel - News & Views's photo.
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DOGS DAY AT HADDO 29th MAY 2016

DAWGS Haddo Poster 2016The big annual dogs day out at Haddo is on the 29th of May this year.  Run by the D.A.W.G.S charity it is the dog lovers big day in Aberdeenshire.  Please click on the picture to view a larger copy that you can print out.

MARGARET NORRIE

Originally printed on April 14, 2016 in the Press And Journal.

NORRIE (Tarves) Peacefully at Morningfield House, Woodend on Sunday, April 10, 2016, Margaret Cran (nee Taylor), aged 95 years. Beloved wife of the late John Norrie, Little Cattie, Oldmeldrum. Much loved mother of Margaret and Michael, dear mother-in-law to Linda, much cherished grandma to Matthew, Leanne, Ashleigh and Simon and great grandma to Kieran and Connor. Funeral service to be held in Tarves Parish Church on Monday, April 18, 2016 at 2.00pm, thereafter to Tarves Cemetery to which all family and friends are respectfully invited. Family flowers only. Sadly missed.

TARVES COMMUNITY COUNCIL – 2016 NEW MEMBERS

PropTarves Community Council

Every three years all the members of Tarves Community Council must seek reelection from the community.  The Community Council acts as the community’s voice to Aberdeenshire Council, NHS Grampian and many other statutory bodies.

The community council are not an executive body that runs services, but rather a representative body to ensure that the larger statutory organisations are aware of the local concerns and needs as part of the process of government.  They are encouraged to take a leadership and facilitating role in the community.

The elections for Tarves Community Council for 2016 have sufficent nominations to complete the numbers but there were no surplus nominations to require an election. Aberdeenshire Council have issed the following notice:

TARVES COMMUNITY COUNCIL

Eleven nomination forms were received to fill the vacancies that had arisen within Tarves Community Council. The nominations were properly proposed and assented to and have been checked against the electoral register and conform to the requirements.

  1. Mrs Gladys Allan 8 Duthie Webster Road, Tarves
  2. Ms Emma-Jane Cameron 3 Duthie Road, Tarves
  3. Mr Robert Davidson Tillyhilt, Nethermill, Tarves
  4. Mr David Hekelaar Gatehouse, Tolquhon, Tarves
  5. Mr Ian Massie 3 Mackie Crescent, Tarves
  6. Mrs Wendy Middleton 14 Duthie Webster Road, Tarves
  7. Ms Fiona Smith Braiklay Farmhouse, Tarves
  8. Mr Colin Taylor 14 Braiklay Avenue, Tarves
  9. Mr John Thomson 1 Tree Road, Tarves
  10. Mr Andrew Webster Warldsend Steading, Tarves
  11. Mr James McWilliam Craigie Croft, Tarves

The above mentioned candidates are declared elected, unopposed.
Elaine Brown

Formartine Area Manager & Returning Officer

12 April 2016


 

Members of the public can write to Tarves Community Council members by using the e-mail address format four any member: firstname.Lastname@tarves.org.uk

You can write to the Chair of Community Council at:
tcc.chairman@tarves.org.uk

You can contact the secretary at:
tcc.secretary@tarves.org.uk
 

PLANNING NOTICE FOR FORMER SURGERY TARVES SQUARE.

Planning Public Notice April 2016

Download a pdf copy for printing here:  Planning Public Notice April 2016

THE 2016 TARVES RANT – 9th APRIL – GREAT MUSIC

Tarves Rant 2016

The fourth annual Tarves Rant is set for April 9th. Local traditional/folk music at the Melvin Hall, Tarves.

John HERD, Tarves, April 1st 2016

John HERD (Tarves) has sadly passed away peacefully at home after a long illness on Friday, April 1, 2016, aged 81 years.

John Alexander Herd, was the beloved husband of Sheena, and much loved stepdad to Mike and Steven, as well as dear father-in-law to Lorna and Darlene. John had been a loving grandad to Barry, Scott, Ross and Dean, and dear brother to Jim. The Funeral service is in Tarves Parish Church, on Friday, April 8, 2016, at 10.30am, to which all are respectfully invited, thereafter to Tarves Cemetery. Family flowers only please, but donations, if desired will be accepted at church door for Haddo Medical Group.