Please be advised that C31c at Bronie Bridge will be subject to a closure from 17 February 2020 for 5 days, for bridge repairs.
A signed diversion will be via C31C, A947, A920 and vice versa.
Please see link to map below.
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Please be advised that U235C between B999 and Newseat of Tolquhon will be subject to a closure from 10 February 2020 for 12 days, to allow drainage works to be carried out. No suitable diversion is available. Please see link to map below.
The next phase of Formartine Community Engagement events takes place in January following the successful implementation of these events in early 2019. For this phase we have teamed up with Aberdeenshire Health and Social Care Partnership so the events will have representatives from far more services. Local Policing Inspector Andy Scott said: “These are partner focussed events offering face to face contact with our communities to identify areas of concerns and issues. Whilst it is widely acknowledged there is already accessible means in which the public can contact each agency, many often do not want to attend Police Stations, Council Offices etc. and are not comfortable utilising social media platforms. It is often these individuals who form the majority of our most vulnerable citizens and as such the Community Surgeries will continue to encourage them to come along and address the most relevant agency with their concerns.” The dates of the surgeries are as follows; 31st January 2020 1000hrs – 1200hrs – Balmedie Library 1330hrs – 1530hrs – Pitmedden Hall The event will be attended by the following partners; . Police Scotland . Scottish Fire and Rescue Service . NHS . Aberdeenshire Council Area Office . Aberdeenshire Health and Social Care Partnership . Elected Members . Aberdeenshire Alcohol and Drug Partnership . Aberdeenshire Council Roads . Aberdeenshire Council Housing . Aberdeenshire Council Passenger Transport Unit . Aberdeenshire Voluntary Action . Citizens Advice Bureau . Formartine Community Councils
MACBI have received funding from the “Leader Project” to provide FREE “Digital Key Skills Training” in North Aberdeenshire.
Tarves has been chosen as one of the first locations with the Training starting on Friday 10th January in the Queens Room, Melvin Hall between 10am & 12noon.
The trainer is Pauline Anderson who until May of 2018 ran courses funded by the Big Lottery for Aberdeenshire Voluntary Action.
For more information contact Pauline on firstname.lastname@example.org < mailto:email@example.com> or call her on 07594 201125
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