The Methlick Cycle Challenge cannot run without the volunteers in the background and we require marshals to cover some of the road junctions across the event route. In addition it would be beneficial to have a couple of trained first aiders that could provide initial assistance to any competitors requiring attention.
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Please be advised that U30C at North Coullie, will be subject to closure from 05 July 2021 for 5 days to allow safe access for duct works to be carried on behalf of Openreach. An alternative route will be available via C31C (Cairnbrogie), A920 (Pitmedden), C34C (Udny Green), U30C, and vice versa.
Just one day till this great challenge starts, for only, £10 the whole family can get involved.You can still register after tomorrow just in case you forget. Please register and help us raise some money for new sports and wellbeing equipment for school. https://bit.ly/3rjZduu
Scottish Water teams are working hard to trace and repair leaks across water networks in the north-east, following the impacts of last week’s extreme low temperatures and the thaw now underway.
Local response teams are continuing to work across the region to maintain normal service for customers wherever possible. They are appealing for customers and property owners to help in locating leaks, whether on the public water network or in private plumbing.
They are particularly asking customers in these areas to check any empty properties, business premises, holiday homes, basements, out houses, field troughs or garden taps to identify where there may be any burst pipes.
Leaks and bursts within vacant premises could result in flooding and damage to properties and Scottish Water is encouraging all customers to check, where possible in line with current Covid-19 travel guidelines.
Where customers are aware of leaks or bursts on the public water network, they are asked to contact Scottish Water with as much detail of the location as possible. Issues can be reported via the online reporting portal on Scottish Water’s website at www.scottishwater.co.uk/report.
Please be advised that C1C Hill of Ardo will be subject to a closure from 18 January 2021 for 3 days between 08:30-15:00, to allow safe working on the carriageway for urgent drainage works to be carried out by Aberdeenshire Council. A signed diversion will be via B977 (Belhelvie), B977 (Aberdeen), B999 (Tarves), C2C (Udny Station), C1C (Belhelvie) and vice versa.