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Stonehaven Town Partnership


2016 Annual General Meeting


will be held On Tuesday 22nd November 2016


in the Dunnottar Lounge


Invercarron Resource Centre


at 7.00 p.m.


For further details and Agenda


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A registered Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation - SC 044314

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Please find below details about a fabulous project coming into our area.  I'd be delighted if you could spread the word about this Sunday and alter:nativity in general.  
Sunday 23rd October - All welcome and coffee/tea and biscuits are on offer.
alter:nativity - award-winning show comes to Newtonhill

This time last year, Mel Shand from Finzean started work on a show called alter:nativity - a community event highlighting the refugee crisis which won the Voluntary Arts EPIC Award, involved a cast of 90 and attracted an audience of over 500 people to attend two open air performances over the weekend before Christmas.
This year, Joanne Randle – owner of KidzAct and director of many successful open air productions including this year's acclaimed version of Twelfth Night in Dunottar Woods - plans to host alter:nativity in the Newtonhill/Stonehaven area.  
There will be a meeting in the Bettridge Centre in Newtonhill this Sunday from 2.30pm to 4.30pm for everyone who is interested in taking part or helping organise this event.
"When we watch the terrible news from so far away, it makes us feel helpless in the face of such trauma and despair - we feel there's nothing we can do." says Jo.
"But Christmas is all about the power of hope over despair and about people coming together to celebrate. And the Christmas story itself is about people being displaced and doing what they can to survive. Mel has very kindly allowed us to use her script, so all we need now is a location, some participants and an audience!"
Joanne is developing this show under the umbrella of Minds Wide Open, a new initiative aimed at taking the benefits of performance to a wider age group than KidzAct, which is for children and youngsters from five to eighteen.
"We believe when people come together with optimism and a bit of effort that great things can happen. In our community we are very lucky to have lots of people with amazing talents, and people with huge enthusiasm and generosity, and we're sure we can tap into that amazing resource to create an event which will enthral and inspire everyone who takes part - and everyone who comes along to support it.
You don't need to be on stage - we need help with all aspects of running the show and promoting it.... there's loads to do! Please come along on Sunday and find out more about this unique and exciting event."
We would be delighted to see as many people there as possible on Sunday and thank you in advacne,
Best regards,
Joanne Randle

The Land Train will be running over the October holidays with the last date this season beig the 23rd October. :-(

Saturday 8th October until Sunday 23 rd October it will operate at the following times:

Scheduled to leave Market Square at 12.30, 1.30, 2.30 and 3.30.

Come along and have a lovey trip up to the Castle, to the Harbour, along to the Open Air Pool/Caravan Park and back to Market Sqaure, you can get off at any of the stops. There are two carriages . If you get off at the Castle and want to come back on a later run, let the storyteller and driver know so that they come back for you!!!
Fares are:
Adults £5
Children 2 - 12 years £3
Family 2 + 2 £14
Please check back for any changes to these running times.

Please share this with family and friends

If you enjoyed the ride please leave a review on trip advisor.

If you didnt enjoy the ride - let us know!

The new all weather pitch, basketball and netball courts were built on land at Mineralwell leased from Aberdeenshire Council by the Stonehaven Community All Weather Sports Facility Ltd, a company limited by guarantee which has three directors: Douglas Samways, Stephen Taylor and Graham Wark. 
The facility is managed by a committee consisting of Douglas Samways (Chair), Graham Wark (Vice Chair), Alan Fraser (Treasurer), Knud Christensen (Community Representative), Iain Smith (Council Representative) and Jim Glennie who is chair of the All Weather Facility Users’ Group which represents the views and opinions of the clubs, groups and individuals that use the facility, and these are reported to the Management Committee by Jim.
The Vice Chair of the Management Committee also co-ordinates the bookings of the all weather pitch and he can be contacted on or 07538606812.
The basketball and netball courts are available at any time and do not have to be booked in advance.
The pricing structure is as follows:
Mon to Fri: Third of Pitch
Youth per 1 Hour                                         £40.00           
Adult per 1 Hour                                           £50.00
Friday: Third of Pitch
Youth per 1 Hour                                         £20.00
Weekend Use: Full Pitch
Match (max 2 hours)                                   £80.00
Please note that the McRobert Pavilion is owned and operated by Aberdeenshire Council and anyone wishing to use the building should contact Aberdeenshire Council directly on 01569 763162.

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