The Spaces for People fund will help people safely access services in town centres while maintaining physical distancing.
Staff at Meiklemill Primary School "have been fantastic" in supporting pupils during lockdown.
The weekend of May 23, 1970 marked the cumulation of several years of fundraising by the community as the public pool opened its doors.
A new free online ordering service has been launched for young people living in Aberdeenshire who require sanitary products during lockdown.
57 boxes full of learning materials from the Scottish Book Trust has made its way to learning and childcare hubs across Aberdeenshire.
Sites at Insch, Portsoy and Alford will remain closed and vehicles will be limited to cars only which must be booked in advance.
Aberdeenshire Council's Director of Education has commented to reassure families and the wider community about what this means at a local level.
Macduff, Fraserburgh, Ellon, Inverurie, Huntly, Turriff, Westhill, Banchory, Laurencekirk, Portlethen and Redcloak at Stonehaven will open on June 1.
The £25,000 fund will support projects which promote the development of community-based initiatives.
The eight-week online consultation opens for responses on Monday, May 25.
The charity will mark the 10th birthday of the scheme which provides books and reading sessions for children across Scotland.
The project is appealing for more people to write short scripts and record voiceovers for a series of new sound walks.