CREATE CLUBS WILL START:
PITMEDDEN SCHOOL ~ WEDNESDAY 26TH AUGUST
UDNY GREEN SCHOOL ~ THURSDAY 27TH AUGUST
ALL CHILDREN MUST BE PRE-REGISTERED.
**CREATE CLUB STARTS SOON~ FUN FILLED AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAMME AT PITMEDDEN & UDNY
Returning to our local primary schools for our 2nd term, The Creation Station is delighted to invite your children to join our creative, fun club with lots to make, discover, experiment and treasure. No skills required- just imagination. Term theme; Out of This World!
Pitmedden Create Club will run straight after school, Wednesdays for P1-P3 children unitl 4:30pm
Udny Create Club will follow on a Thursday afternoon and is available for all children.
Clubs located within each school, ran by fully insured, first aid trained and safeguarding children certificated crafty staff.
We require a minimum of 10 children before the clubs can start, so please PM your interest so we can get arty! Max 16 spaces per club.
Term consists of 2 six week blocks running up until Christmas. Each session £6. Term & sibling discounts available.
Interest also being taken for Pitmedden P4-7 Create Club- if Enough interest we will try and provide an afterschool programme.
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** Fit For Friday is back this week! **
Chair based exercise class lead by an experienced instructor
10 am for 10.30 am start
Try your first class for FREE!
For more information please contact Udny Community Trust on 01651 843776
Apples and Cornkisters
Dates:Sun 27 Sep Location:Pitmedden Garden
Come along and enjoy our annual Apple Sunday event and celebrate the harvest!
Join the celebrations of another harvest in the Garden. Our famous apples and pears will be on sale along with other suppliers’ produce between 11am – 5pm.
There will be music and entertainment from 1.30pm – 4.30pm including Ythan Fiddlers, Bothy Ballads, Aberdeen Gaelic Choir, Ugie and Tarves Folk Club and ranger activities for children.
Usual admission prices apply for the garden and entertainment but there is free entry to apple sale if you want to drop by and support the NTS.
Dates & Times:27 Sep 2015 : 11:00 – 17:00
Prices:Ticket price is included in admission cost.
Contact:For further information please call 01651 842352
Information for 493 – Ellon – Inverurie
Timetable will be changing from 17th August 2015. For further information please visit http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/publictransport/timetables/index.asp or contact Traveline Scotland on 0871 200 22 33 (Calls cost 10p per minute from BT landlines, charges from other operators may vary).
Check for other bus status updates
Ellon – Inverurie
Monday to Saturday
Ellon Park & Ride – A920 – Ellon (Market Street) – Pitmedden (Bronie Crescent) – Udny Green (The Square) – Oldmeldrum (The Square) – Meldrum Academy – Whiterashes – Keithall – Inverurie (Town Hall) – Inverurie (Morrison’s) Certain journeys travel to Inverurie (Burghmuir Circle) – Inverurie (Tesco)
Kineil Coaches, Fraserburgh, 01346 510200
TRANSPORTATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE
NOTIFICATION OF TEMPORARY RESTRICTION OF TRAFFIC ON HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGE
Please note that due to Resurfacing Works to be carried out by Aberdeenshire Council it will be necessary in the interests of public safety to apply the following restriction to traffic. Access will be provided for emergency, school transport vehicles and vehicles requiring access to properties but may be subject to delay until the road is cleared of construction plant to allow safe passage through the works.
CLOSURE (EXCEPT FOR ACCESS)
2 weeks commencing Monday 10 August 2015
Site notices will be erected in due course indicating the temporary restriction to traffic and local diversions will be in place.
Diversion via B9170, B999, A920 and vice versa.
Should you have any queries please call Amanda Dickson on 01358 726451 or Lianne Robinson on 01358 726462.
Signed Ian Daniels PRINCIPAL ROADS ENGINEER – Formartine
Festival Players perform Shakespeare’s ‘As you like it’
Adults £14, Children £7 Online, from shop or 01651 842352
http://www.nts.org.uk/Events/Pitmedden-Garden/As-You-Like-It/As You Like It follows its heroine Rosalind as she flees persecution in her uncle’s court, accompanied by her cousin Celia to find safety and, eventually, love, in the Forest of Arden. In the forest, they encounter a variety of memorable characters, notably the melancholy traveller Jaques who speaks many of Shakespeare’s most famous speeches (such as “All the world’s a stage” and “A fool! A fool! I met a fool in the forest”)
The Bard’s wonderful pastoral comedy full of love, laughter, and lyricism, and performed by this talented all-male company.