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Haddo launches Too Lovely to Litter poetry competition

Haddo launches Too Lovely to Litter poetry competition

Haddo launches Too Lovely to Litter poetry competition

People of all ages are being invited to put pen to paper to create a poem that will inspire visitors to Haddo to look after their litter responsibly.


Visitor centre set for partial reopening

Visitor centre set for partial reopening

Visitor centre set for partial reopening

The Bennachie Centre plans to open the Gift Shop and toilets on August 21.


Replacement bridge in Ellon opens for public use

Replacement bridge in Ellon opens for public use

Replacement bridge in Ellon opens for public use

Work was completed on the main structure of the Meiklemill bridge which is now open.


Kingston barley proves a winner for Longside brothers

Kingston barley proves a winner for Longside brothers

Kingston barley proves a winner for Longside brothers

The crop was crowned the winner of this year’s Royal Northern Agricultural Society growing cereals competition.


Investment helps with electricity network resilience

Investment helps with electricity network resilience

Investment helps with electricity network resilience

Properties in Balmedie and Ellon have received a £2.2 million boost to their electricity network following a major cable installation project.


Public views sought on the next Regional Transport Strategy

Public views sought on the next Regional Transport Strategy

Public views sought on the next Regional Transport Strategy

Nestrans is calling for comments on their vision for the future of transport links in the north-east.


Funding celebrates innovation and sustainability across Aberdeenshire

Funding celebrates innovation and sustainability across Aberdeenshire

Funding celebrates innovation and sustainability across Aberdeenshire

More than £124,000 in support has been announced this week for 12 community groups across the north-east from the Vattenfall Unlock Our Future Fund.


Council launches new anti-littering campaign with help from talented artist

Council launches new anti-littering campaign with help from talented artist

Council launches new anti-littering campaign with help from talented artist

Andrea Hall's eye-catching designs which read ‘Don’t be a Tosser’ and ‘Swim against the Tide' will be used on posters across the north-east.


Jock O’ Bennachie finds Things that Grow

Jock O’ Bennachie finds Things that Grow

Jock O’ Bennachie finds Things that Grow

The mythical giant is set to take children and their parents on an online tour of things that grow on the iconic Aberdeenshire hill.


Aberdeenshire Council welcomes assistance from local groups on grass cutting

Aberdeenshire Council welcomes assistance from local groups on grass cutting

Aberdeenshire Council welcomes assistance from local groups on grass cutting

As work continues to deal with the backlog of cutting and maintenance, further assistance from local communities continues to help with the issue.


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