May 2023 newsletter

May 2023 newsletter

Fruity recipes, a quiz, fundraising news and a tribute to one of our founders can all be found in the latest editon of our newsletter. Download and...

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Feb 2023 newsletter

Feb 2023 newsletter

Our latest publication has news of our success at the Grampian Volunteer Transport Awards. Plus, shopping bus info, a classic recipe, puzzles and...

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December 2022 newsletter

December 2022 newsletter

If you love daft jokes you'll find a few in the Christmas newsletter, courtesy of Laurencekirk primary school pupils! We've also got a couple of...

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September 22 newsletter

September 22 newsletter

Our early autumn newsletter comes in two parts - the regular booklet, with puzzles, articles, photos and a quiz on retro sweeties (how many do you...

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June 22 newsletter

June 22 newsletter

Our latest newsletter contains details of how you can get involved with a new arts project. Also, there's a introduction to our new staff members,...

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Autumn 21 newsletter

Autumn 21 newsletter

Our latest newsletter has been posted to over 400 clients and volunteers. It included a survey on our services and activities, and a leaflet from...

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July 2021 newsletter

July 2021 newsletter

Our latest newsletter is out, and features another memoir, along with a recipe, from John Shackleton of Portlethen gardening group. There's also a...

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Our Spring 2021 newsletter

Our Spring 2021 newsletter

Our latest newsletter has been sent to over 300 clients and volunteers! Along with this edition they also got a packet of seeds to hopefully bring...

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Newsletter issue 5

Newsletter issue 5

Our latest newsletter has a wee bit of a Scottish theme, with a Burns-inspired painting, poem and quiz, and a classic shortbread recipe. There's...

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A festive newsletter!

A festive newsletter!

Our latest newsletter is a celebration of the festive season, with childhood memories, a quick clootie dumpling recipe and 6 pages of...

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Today included a book recital from Banchory Denvick primary school and a go at blackout poetry at Portlethen and Newtonhill Libraries. Followed by bird feeders at our Brew & Blether, where we were joined by the community and residents of Kirklodge. ... See MoreSee Less
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Portlethen will begin a Health Walk on the 6th March, beginning at the Jubilee Hall at 10am. *please note, this is not one of our walks, just sharing for information for those who may be interested.The first Portlethen Health Walk will be on Wednesday 6th March at 10.00 {weather permitting}, the walk will be for the duration of one hour. If anyone wishes to finish at any point they may do so.I have done a recce of the first walk, it's a flat walk on tar paths and pavements at Nicol Park, the play area behind the Academy and the Community woodland. There are lots of benches on this walk for a seat for a breather if you require it.The walks will benefit those that have hip or knee replacements, heath issues and their wellbeing, so they can mix and talk to others.Thank you to those who emailed or phoned me for a place in the group, we do have one or two spaces left so email or phone me for a place, no messenger please.We will have a get together on 28th Feb in the Jubilee Hall 10.30am. Everyone is welcome to come and here about the group, you never know you may wish to join.Raymond email mastrickwalkers@gmail.com Phone 01224 783627 ... See MoreSee Less
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Laurencekirk Brew & BletherTuesday 27th FebruaryMasonic Hall1-3pm ... See MoreSee Less
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A trip down memory lane reminiscing โ€˜Menโ€™s Stuffโ€™, a session by Helen at Mearns and Inverbervie Libraries. ... See MoreSee Less
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