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Beautiful Meldrum – you can help.

Meldrum Amenities and Improvement Group (MAIG) are planning a couple of big tidy ups around the town. Weeding the streets Tuesday 23rd July meeting outside the Meldrum Arms at pm to start removing the weeds from Medrum's streets. If you have any please bring sweeping brushes, shovels, hoes or anything suitable for cutting/pulling out weeds. Hi viz jackets if you have any MAIG will provide bags for weeds. Litter pick Saturday 3rd August meeting outside the Meadows Veterinary center at am Bring gloves, suitable clothing MAIG will supply litter pickers & bin bags If you have a hi viz please bring them but we should have Beautiful Scotland Tabards again. Any help is really appreciated, hope to maybe see you…
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Community Litter Pick

Meldrum Amenities Improvement Group, MAIG, are organising a Community Litter Pick on Saturday 3rd August 0930 am. Meet on MELDRUM MEG WAY beside the Meadows Veterinary Centre. This is an opportunity to remove litter from the town prior to the Beautiful Scotland judging the following week. Bring the family and have some fun making Oldmeldrum the most Beautiful Town in Scotland!
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WOOD RECYCLABILITY COULD USE YOUR HELP

WOOD RECYCLABILITY COULD USE YOUR HELP Wood RecyclAbility offers adults with a wide range of abilities the chance to experience a real workplace setting by making recycled wood products at our training centre and wood recycling site at Cloisterseat Croft in Pitmedden. Set up in 1997, Wood RecyclAbility is social enterprise providing practical work experience for people with additional support needs through working with waste wood. We support up to 40 trainees each day in a new purpose-built workshop, yard and 5 acres of agricultural land. On average 1,500 tonnes of waste wood is collected and processed at the facility every year, mainly from offshore companies. As wood is an easy resource to work with, it has an array of…
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Nearly New Babies and Children’s Market – 25 August

**** sellers wanted - get your space for £15***** Have you just had a baby?? Expecting your first or second or even Are car boot sales a thought!!! Are you looking for great value on Clothes / toys / carriers / Prams / push chairs / high chairs / bottle warmers / walkers / bouncers / first toys / bikes / outdoor toys ... anything baby or children’s!!!!
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ROAD CLOSURE – South Road, Oldmeldrum 18/07/2019

Please be advised that South Road, Oldmeldrum will be closed for 1 day on 18 July 2019 for carriageway patching carried out by Aberdeenshire Council (details attached). Diversion for this closure will be South Road, Urquhart Road, Albert Road, South Road. For further information please contact either myself or Paul Wilson (01467 538961). Stuart Copland Technical Assistant Formartine Roads Aberdeenshire Council Tel: 01467 532867 Email: F1522 - South Road F1522 -
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Beautiful Scotland Competition

We (MAIG) have decided to enter Oldmeldrum into this year's Beautiful Scotland Competition. This is run by Keep Scotland Beautiful, in conjunction with the Royal Horticultural Society and is the first stage in gaining possible entry of the UK wide Britain in Bloom competition. The entries are to be based round three pillars – Horticultural achievement, Environmental responsibility and Community participation. Our entry will include a portfolio of Oldmeldrum, a short presentation and a tour around some of the places of interest within our town, including our summer floral display. This is to demonstrate to the judges, our strong local community, heritage, achievements and what happens in Meldrum throughout the ; This year the theme is Intergenerational Working so is…
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Survey about Funding Choices for Oldmeldrum Pleasure Park

Take the survey Click the link above to take part in a survey Aberdeenshire Council are running to inform decisions about monies to be spent on the Oldmeldrum Pleasure ; Paper copies of the survey can be picked up from the library, doctors surgery and the community cafe and the survey closes on Friday 14th June
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