Community Project Grants

As very few applications were received at the last Community Council meeting, there is still a balance of £150 to be allocated to community projects. Please contact the CC secretary if you have a project which you would like us to consider.

Hillhead of Auquhirie Wind Farm Community Fund

Applications to the fund can be made from groups and projects which benefit the community. The application period is 1 April to 30 June 2015. Guidance and application forms can be found on the Kincardineshire Development Partnership website.

Kinneff Village Hall

Kinneff Village Hall is available for private bookings. For more information please contact Mrs C Anderson on 01569 750664.

AGM

The Annual General Meeting will take place on Tuesday 31st March 2015 at 7:30 p.m. in Catterline School. Please come along and support your local community council. Everyone is welcome but we would especially like to hear from anyone who would be interested in becoming a community councillor.

Community Project Grants

Some MoneyThe Community Council has a small amount of money available to local community groups to help fund projects. To apply for funding, please either contact one of your community councillors or apply by email or in writing to the secretary;

Contact details

The grants will be allocated at the meeting on 31st March, so applications will need to have been received before then.

Consultation Meeting January 2014

The Community Council are holding a consultation meeting about the new Local Development Plan which is currently being prepared by Aberdeenshire Council. This meeting will take place in Kinneff  Village Hall on Sunday 12th January from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.

 

Christmas Recycling 2013

Please note the attached which details the Christmas recycling service for our area.

Road Closure

Road closure from Bellfield to junction north of Braidon Cottages commencing Monday 17th June 2013.

Harbour Road Closure

Aberdeenshire Council have advised that the Catterline harbour road will remain closed for at least 18 months.

Launch of New Police Non-Emergency Number

Police launch 101 non-emergency numberA new 101 non-emergency number will be launched across Scotland on Thursday 21 February 2013, and will replace the vast range of existing police force non-emergency numbers, including the Grampian Police 0845 600 5 700 number, which will be gradually phased out.

The introduction of the 101 non-emergency number will give the people of Scotland a new way to contact the police, seek advice, speak to a local officer or to report a crime that does not need an emergency response, for example:

  • car theft;
  • damage to property;
  • a minor traffic collision;
  • suspected drug use or dealing; 
  • information about crime in their area.