Children’s Cook & Taste Summer Holiday Sessions
Tuesday 9th July 10.30am – 12.15pm P4 – 7
Tuesday 9th July 1.30pm – 3.15pm P4 – 7
Wednesday 17th July 10.30am – 12.15pm P1 – 3
Wednesday 17th July 1.30pm – 3.15pm P4 – 7
Thursday 8th August 10.30am – 12.15pm P4 – 7
Thursday 8th August 1.30pm – 3.15pm P1 – 3
Tuesday 13th August 10.30am – 12.15pm Academy Pupils
Tuesday 13th August 1.30pm – 3.15pm P4 – 7
If your child would like to attend please email gariochcommunitykitchen@hotmai
Its a showdown at North Lodge Park this weekend. The last game of the season sees league leaders Formartine Utd clash with 2nd place Cove Rangers in a make or break league winning game.
The Pitmedden side have home advantage with a one point lead. A win or draw will see Formartine lift the league title for the first time – and the greatest club achievement to date.
Kick off is 3pm and there is a hope for a big crowd to support the local side. Cove rangers will bring a big travelling support in the expectation of gaining the title they have been chasing as league leaders most of the season.
Meldrum Market Day In Meldrum Square
11th May 11am – 4pm
BBQ from 1pm
Come and enjoy a Fantastic Day Out
Something for Everyone
Local traders and Organisations including
- Glen Garioch
- Berry Scrumptious
- Meldrum Amenities Group
- Haddo Kilts
- Heritage Society
- Fire Brigade
- Craft Stalls
- OLA oils
- Schloss Wine
- JG Ross
- Face Painting
Oldmeldrum bus users have received a boost following the axing of a route.Planned alterations to services will reinstate a vital public transport link used by local residents to access health facilities in Dyce.
Through bus services between Oldmeldrum, Newmachar and Dyce Asda shopping centre ceased when bus routes were altered last October – prompting many complaints and a petition which was signed by nearly 240 people unhappy at the loss of direct bus services from Oldmeldrum, Newmachar to Dyce Asda.
Green Councillor Martin Ford and took up the issue with bus operator Stagecoach Bluebird. He pressed the company on the need to provide services via Dyce Asda because these enabled residents to get to Dyce Health Centre for doctors’ appointments.
Last November, Stagecoach Bluebird agreed to look again at the demand for services via Dyce Asda and sent a questionnaire to those who had signed the petition complaining at the October bus route change.
Now, details of a new day-time Stagecoach Bluebird service between Oldmeldrum, Newmachar and Dyce Asda shopping centre are expected to be published on Monday May 13. The new service (Service 235) is expected to start running on Monday, July 8.
Councillor Ford said: “I’m very pleased Stagecoach Bluebird has reconsidered the need for services to call at Dyce Asda shopping centre.
“I know many residents will welcome the return of a bus service they relied on for getting to medical appointments.
“The planned new 235 Service does not replicate the frequency of buses to Dyce Asda that existed before last October, and will only operate through the middle of the day.
“But I have seen the proposed timetable and a summary of the responses to Stagecoach Bluebird’s questionnaire, and the planned new service should cater for most of the demand identified. “It is certainly a huge improvement on no direct service at all.”