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Now that the winter months are upon us, and we head towards Christmas, it's a good time to enjoy lots of festive activities in the community, but also a time where we need to look out for one-another, and perhaps lend a hand to our elderly, disabled, and more vulnerable neighbours.
As the community council begins to wind down for the year, around the middle of December, it doesn't mean our work stops, and we will be keeping a close eye on everything Garthdee throughout our holidays that will start from 20th December, and back to business for our first meeting on 13th January 2020
DO COME TO OUR MEETINGS. 2ND TUESDAY OF EVERY MONTH 7PM AT INCHGARTH CC
Our meetings are open to the public to attend, and to ensure you have an opportunity to ask questions of ourselves, the councillors, police or other agencies in attendance, we have created a public forum section on the agenda covering 10 minutes. This is the only section of the meeting where the public can participate in the meeting, but you are very welcome to attend for the entire meeting.
Do come along to one of the meetings, you will be given a very warm welcome.
UPDATE.......We are delighted that after 5 years of campaigning, we have won the fight to have an additional stop put back onto Garthdee Road, just as you exit RGU. This will be a huge benefit to residents, especially those who struggle to walk distances. A prime example of never giving up on a local issue.
COMMUNITY COUNCIL SPONSORS THE TUCUTC
The community council has agreed to work in partnership with Inchgarth cc to bring the CFINE Tuctuc to Kaimhill primary school on the 10th February 2020. This will see children and parents enjoying a cup of hot soup, sandwich, and fruit after school that day, while we will bring a range of local groups to the school to promote their services. Garthdee community council will be there on the day to say hello and introduce some of our members to you. Feel free to raise any local issues with us on the day.
GOOD NEWS!!! The community council raised the fact that the litter bin was missing from the top of the Asda stairs, and thanks to Councillor Yuill's efforts, the council have now put a new bin in place, and guess what? The level of littering has reduced dramatically at this spot! Not rocket science, and another little victory for the community.
COMMUNITY NEWS BOOKLET
UPDATE....The fabulous community council news brochure has started going around the doors, as of Saturday 7th December. The entire drop should be completed this week and it's well worth a read. It's filled with local news, issues, information and opportunities.
We are now on the look out to accept paid adverts for the Spring edition 2020, and why not have a look at the brochure to the left to get a flavour.
FANTASTIC FUNDING SUCCESS FOR INCHGARTH
At the beginning of December, Inchgarth cc got tremendous positive news that their funding applications to various trusts have come back successful.